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Posted on: 9:21:26 PM 1/12/2008

Is the dog a puppy...and nipping..or trying to chew on toes and fingers? Or is this a biting issue. You must be consistant...with NO...

Posted on: 10:17:40 PM 12/9/2007

I tried the plastic cargo one ($90) for my 8 month old Alaskan Malamute. It worked out for 2 nights... the third night he used his teeth and bent the wired do...

Posted on: 12:32:31 PM 12/4/2007

I signed.... this is totally unacceptable... they should use the proper dosage...

Posted on: 8:54:38 PM 12/2/2007

Alaskan Malamute

Posted on: 6:10:38 PM 11/30/2007

I don't know if this will help... but honestly, my alaskan malamute doesn't really shed anymore.. did when I first got him in august... but since I've been sha...

Posted on: 8:22:39 AM 11/25/2007

My puppy would do that.. IN/OUT..Unfortunately, no one would listen to me and I FINALLY bought and installed a doggie door...now since he knows he can come in and out.. he doesn't jump on the door plus he doesn't really go in and out as often as prio...

Posted on: 2:52:01 PM 11/24/2007

Ok..now for the rest... #2,#3 and so on... You said he was a puppy... GREAT...time to train and discipline! You see,you can never be for sure that while he was eatting a bone... another dog might come by...even in his own yard..So you'll have to te...

Posted on: 11:13:19 PM 11/23/2007

Dogs are like children... and puppies are like babies! Either way you have to safe guard the house... and that means...what they can possibly chew. Parents of all, children/dogs..get mad at things they do.. but really think of it as a learning exp...

Posted on: 6:06:41 PM 11/21/2007

I beleave your trainer is UNEXPERIENCED or UNEDUCATED! I agree..go get another trainer... Use tender touches.. let the pup..realize your hands are for feeding and rubbing..not for chewing or playing. Hand feed the pup as often as possible... so the...

Posted on: 5:53:38 PM 11/21/2007

Just copied and pasted it from this site...


She did mention SMALL breeds....

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