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Posted on: 8:17:22 AM 2/26/2004

i have used the freeze dried liver treats also. my dog loves them. usually when you are training and giving treats you want the treats to be small pieces that don't take them awhile to chew up. with the liver treats they come sometimes in big pieces ...

Posted on: 11:23:07 PM 2/25/2004

ok here is a suggestion that you may or may not like. the girls i work with all use these for treats and i tried them out for the first time last night and my dog went nuts for them. take a hotdog and quarter it lengthwise. then cut the quarters into...

Posted on: 11:06:14 PM 2/25/2004

sue the westie story is even funnier. i could try that with people coming ove but then what do i do about the neighbors shutting the doors to their house, the computer modem dialing up, my husbands car turning the corner 2 blocks away, or the leaves...

Posted on: 7:41:22 PM 2/25/2004

i tried the citronella collar on my chow mix. it didn't work. he barked, then stopped and smelled the air when it sprayed. then he barked again to smell it. and then i guess the smell didn't bother him so he kept on barking. any other suggestions wou...

Posted on: 7:16:45 PM 2/25/2004

the trainers are correct. maybe you should not start off with just any dog though. maybe you should start with smaller dogs and work up to the bigger ones. also to you should probably expose her to dogs that are fairly mellow and not over exuberant l...

Posted on: 11:12:08 AM 2/24/2004

wegot an adult cat when my chow mix was 2 years old. the chow had never been around cats before and chased scully relentlessly. until the day came when scully said enough and started swatting back at him. since then they have been just fine. scully w...

Posted on: 6:34:21 PM 2/23/2004

you need to teach her that food / bone guarding is absolutely unexceptable. i have never stood for it when my dogs pulled that nonsense. it can be very dangerous because they may not stop at you just trying to take it away they may start to do it eve...

Posted on: 6:27:01 PM 2/23/2004

o elevate my dogs food and water bowls. they are very tall so it is hard for them to stand and bend down to eat. they used to just lay down to eat so i bought an elevated triple diner and they seem to like it much better.

Posted on: 1:57:05 PM 2/22/2004

thanks for your input. i know that all the breeds we have now were all created by mixing various breeds together to get a certain look. iwas just wondering whether the poo and zu breeders were breeding to establish a new breed for a certain purpose s...

Posted on: 6:20:46 PM 2/21/2004

i would like to understand the reasoning behind combining the two breeds. now with labradoodles they were created to provide the blind people with allergies, a hypoallergenic dog. i am not here to bash you for what you do but i would like to know wha...

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