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Posted on: 8:30:02 AM 4/20/2007

Another company to add to the list. These have the rice protein in them.

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Posted on: 9:43:01 PM 4/7/2007

If you have the patience, you can keep her with you on the leash whereever you go in the house. The goal is to not go in the house, doesn't matter how you do it. When enough time passes that the dog does NOT go in the house and DOES go outside, the...

Posted on: 9:38:29 PM 4/7/2007

Wonder what happened.

Posted on: 9:36:41 PM 4/7/2007

start by letting him drag the leash loose around the house. After a while, pick it up and start with little tugs to follow you and treats when he does. After he walks well in the house, then go outside where there are distractions. The finer point...

Posted on: 1:26:32 PM 4/7/2007

Cancer is a serious topic and its pretty low to use it to play on others sympathies and an insult to those who really have been faced with it. Any of you who want the inconsistencies pointed out in detail can pm me. All I can say is dont waste ano...

Posted on: 9:58:16 PM 4/6/2007

Congrats! What a wonderful time of year to be having a baby. By the time the nice weather comes, she'll be old enough to take for walks in the buggy.

Posted on: 12:18:49 PM 4/6/2007

I cant imagine the pain of growing up with an alcoholic mom. You must be a very strong person in spite of it, or because of it. Dealing with possible death is so hard, even when you expect it.

Dealing with emotions like love for someb...

Posted on: 4:08:40 AM 4/6/2007

Before you get another dog, get rid of the poison. Can you use traps or something less dangerous to your dog?

Posted on: 4:03:37 AM 4/6/2007

What do you do when he whines or acts afraid? If you cuddle him or pick him up,you'll be rewarding him for the behavior and that will make it escalate. You have to ignore the behavior. It might not make it go away completely, but it won't make it ...

Posted on: 10:30:02 AM 3/22/2007

Not to doubt you, but I think you've had an urban legend passed down to you because I've heard that one before, exact same story and I believe there is no proof to back that up. If you're in dowbt, email the company.

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