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Posted on: 7:40:11 PM 4/5/2004

As soon as the dog goes out give him a Kong full of peanut butter or other treat. Only give it to him when he is outside. Also, play a lot with him outside just to let him see that you like it out there, too.

Posted on: 7:36:13 PM 4/5/2004

Get a lead that is atleast 20 feet long. Go outside and make the dog come to you everytime you call it. Do this as often as possible. This will help, but I wouldn't let your dog out of the yard or off the lead. It is just too dangerous.

Posted on: 6:08:13 PM 4/5/2004

I had a Boston who was a lazy boy. I bought him when hes was 6 mos. He was really lazy. He wouldn't even play fetch.

Posted on: 1:47:51 PM 4/5/2004

Yeah, I agree with Pearl. To a dog a hugh is a head lock. Not much fun and really rude. I suggested the excersizing for 45 minutes to help stop the running back and forth. Taking him for walks, fetch, agility, etc. Can give him an outlet for all ...

Posted on: 1:33:24 PM 4/5/2004

Jack Russels are a high energy breed. As you probably know. It is unfortunate that you are under such stressful conditions. Maybe a bark collar, training him no to bark, or possibly debarking him if all else fails. Just so he can live peacefully...

Posted on: 1:07:47 PM 4/5/2004

Frosy- that sounds like a good dog choice! good luck with it!

Posted on: 12:24:47 PM 4/5/2004

Border collies...actually most herding breeds and working breeds.

Posted on: 11:50:04 AM 4/5/2004

Don't shave the dog. Do brush often witha slicker brush and trim the feet. I have seen dogs shaven with sun burns. Their bodies don't sweat. It will be okay. Minniyar is right(as ussual :-) )

Posted on: 11:46:39 AM 4/5/2004

Don't panic. Do try to find someone who can see him sooner. It is probably not the 'c' word, but the sooner you find out the better

Posted on: 11:45:15 AM 4/5/2004

I understand not wanting to hurt the dog. the pinch collar is actually easier to use. You are less likely to hurt your dog using one. If you feel uncomfortable about it try a head collar.

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