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Posted on: 2:55:47 PM 5/23/2010

Yes, it is used to make a dog let go when he is biting. Here is an excellent link explaining all about break sticks:
http://www.pbrc.net/breaksticks.html

He is going t...

Posted on: 12:01:19 PM 5/23/2010

I have the most beautiful new break stick! It is solid oak and just as smooth as satin. I hope to never ever have to use it, but I sure do like to feel it!
http://tinypic.com/r/smd8yd/6...

Posted on: 12:16:11 AM 5/23/2010

Several people have posted lately concerned because a breeder they were considering was on the scam list.

That really is creepy about your family pictures. Is there anything you can do about it?

Posted on: 10:14:13 PM 5/18/2010

I'm not offended, I just disagree. We never "researched" before getting a dog or cat when I was growing up. I am sure my parents considered for a minute rather than just going, Hey! I've got an idea! Let's go get a dog! But the "research" consisted o...

Posted on: 6:27:15 PM 5/18/2010

^ Me too. I know better, but I wouldn't have if I had not discovered pet forums and been interested enough to read them. It so happens that my family growing up always adopted from the pound, but truth is I didn't have a single clue about what pet st...

Posted on: 6:10:29 PM 5/18/2010

For me, it would be very valuable to have a good relationship. I might would reply with something to the effect of,"Thank you. I'd like to put this behind us and move forward as friends." And then at the party, I'd be pleasant and polite, even if I k...

Posted on: 6:54:52 AM 5/14/2010

Those might be an even better idea because they wouldn't have the steel belting-- or at least I don't think they would.

Posted on: 11:48:38 PM 5/13/2010

I had a dog that loved tires. Not toy tires (destroyed immediately) but real tires. They eventually get worn out too-- when wires are poking through, they have to go, of course. But they tend to last a good while.

Posted on: 10:20:28 PM 5/11/2010

It kind of just sounds like an erection.. which is something that just happens to males now and again-- perfectly natural and healthy.

Posted on: 10:17:23 PM 5/11/2010

Hi Susan. I'm all the way in Georgia and can't help with the Coton situation, but I wanted to offer my condolences to you. I'm sorry for your loss, and wish you the very best in finding a wonderful new furry friend to share some good times with.

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