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Posted on: 6:11:09 PM 9/14/2004

Have you tried to have your fiancee periodically give him treats during the brushing? maybe you could give him the idea that brushing=treats...

Posted on: 4:53:13 PM 9/14/2004

I don't hate the dogs, I hate what the breeders are doing. They are creating a zillion more mixed dogs (which the pound is the most full of) selling them for lots of money, and all for a fad that will passs as all fads do. Obviously the dogs can't he...

Posted on: 2:56:34 PM 9/14/2004

Thank you both! *blushes* It has 10 levels. Missy has no idea that I have even pressed the button until level 3, I could "shock" her on level 1 and she would not look surprised or raise her ears or even notice at all. I could actually try that on ...

Posted on: 2:30:16 PM 9/14/2004

Your water heater guy scenario is VERY familiar to me! That is how it goes anytime any stranger comes to my house. Though my dog is not a guarding breed, I, too, wondered if she was interested in protecting me at all. Turns out, she only wants to ...

Posted on: 12:04:05 AM 9/14/2004

http://www.pounderpits.com/information/Owners/Shock.htm One other thing that I like about the shock collar is that it is a way of disciplining that does not involve any touching or yanking. It's easy on the trachea, and the dog doesn't associate m...

Posted on: 11:21:24 PM 9/12/2004

I love my shock collar. I wrote a paper about it, will edit this post and add the link shortly.

Posted on: 11:19:43 PM 9/12/2004

My mom has 2 white GSDs. No hearing problem , but one has a pancreatic dysfunction. (She can't digest food unless you put special enzymes on it to break it down.) I don't think this is a common problem in them, though.

Posted on: 12:03:47 PM 9/11/2004

NILF means nothing in Life is free. It is very effective way to teach your dog her position in your family (pack). Here is a site a found with some info about it. http://www.k9force.net/nilif.html

Posted on: 11:18:54 AM 9/11/2004

Is it carried away playing behavior or angry attacking dog behavior? She's still pretty young, hopefully the NILF can nip it in the bud.

Posted on: 11:16:37 AM 9/11/2004

I am so sorry to hear that! I like your gameplan. You could also try the NILF method, and include your son. I also agree with him being the one to feed her. He should make her sit first (with your help , if necessary) then set down the food (STAY) an...

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