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Posted on: 7:10:20 AM 11/20/2007

I think he is just ALLOWING the new puppy to think he's alpha! Because he is so young. But out in the public he is showing off and stating who the boss is!

Posted on: 6:42:52 AM 11/20/2007

WOW... I think I'd bring him immediately to obedience school...before your step son is scarred for life. It could get and probably will get worse and you can't turn the clock backwards and wish you had done something earlier.

Remember: Y...

Posted on: 10:55:47 PM 11/19/2007

Boy, that's a hard thing to ask someone. Only you will know when it's right. You must put yourself in your dogs position and think if you'd want to end it peacefully.. Is it quanity or quality... we want out of life. I guess both. I brought my l...

Posted on: 10:51:06 PM 11/18/2007


link to dog training tips... check it out... and contact huskyseehuskydo... good luck

Posted on: 10:47:15 PM 11/18/2007

CONGRADULATIONS!!!!!!! That is really really young!!! I would advise you to (1) go get a crate and a book on training dogs. and (2) personal message "huskyseehuskydo" she has allot of huskies and knows allot about them!!!!
My dog is an

Posted on: 10:43:13 PM 11/18/2007

Your right...there are allot of mentally sick people out there. Unfortunately our legal system is a weak one.. I bet he'll be able to plea bargain down from murder 2 to manslaughter and get only a few years... If that happens, I am going to give up...

Posted on: 9:26:56 PM 11/15/2007

Let us know when the babies comes!!!!!!!!! GOOD LUCK!!!!

Posted on: 9:14:31 PM 11/15/2007

UNFORTUNATELY, I CAN TOP THIS... Yesterday an animal abuser, last time charged with abusing an animal was July 07, decided to do it to a 7 month old baby. He bit the babies arms, beat it and then strangled it... He was watching the baby for his gir...

Posted on: 6:53:26 PM 11/14/2007

I agree with pen2, she didn't missunderstand the question. An older dog is trained and will adapt. But a new dog/puppy will need alot more time PLUS space. Because now they will be amusing each other by running around etc... Once you deside what SI...

Posted on: 5:07:28 PM 11/14/2007

No there's nothing wrong with braking a dog into sleeping on the floor and not in a crate AS LONG AS HE IS HOUSEBROKEN AND YOU CAN TRUST HE WON'T DESTROY ANYTHING...SUCH AS CHEW A COUCH/CHAIR OR WIRES ETC. I was instructed when I purchased my

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