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Posted on: 12:51:43 AM 4/23/2005

Oh, it's hard to train a dog with that type of agression, and it's not the dogs fault or your fault, it's the past "owner". So sorry you have to put her to sleep.

Posted on: 12:46:13 AM 4/23/2005

Hmm..tough one. I wouldn't force the issue on her. Don't make her stay in the room with males. She was probably abused by one. Let her come to them. Have them hold the treats and if she wants to come up to them and get it, that's great. Praise her,...

Posted on: 12:43:49 AM 4/23/2005

I'm sorry to hear about Bella :(
I'm surprised the rescue didn't test her for the food aggression before they adopted her out. So sad.

Posted on: 12:26:30 AM 4/23/2005

chelola, not only is your post discouraging, but it's a waste, the puppies are already here and there is no use telling her she is irresponsible and whatever else. They are here and at least she IS asking questions, rather than not taking care of t...

Posted on: 3:16:39 PM 4/22/2005

You shouldn't have accepted him as a gift if you can't afford to take care of him. You are supposed to take your new puppy to the vet within a week of getting him in the first place, to make sure evrything is ok. Then he will still need 2 more roun...

Posted on: 12:24:17 AM 4/22/2005

It's one thing to yell, but it's another thing to raise your fist to a 5 month old puppy who only wanted to say "I love you". I mean come on.

Posted on: 12:00:49 AM 4/22/2005

I just sent her an email as well. It makes me so mad that someone could do something like this to innocent dogs and puppies. Sick...so sick.

Posted on: 11:56:00 PM 4/21/2005

Right, I try to ignore the dog when they jump then pet them and love them to death once they get down, and I definatly don't dress to impress when I'm going to be around dogs :-P

Posted on: 11:52:32 PM 4/21/2005

" true story a women brought a parrot to the park on her shoulders. "

lmao, what was she thinking?? There are so many bird-hunting dogs out there... the parrot could have been killed!! geez lol

Posted on: 11:51:29 PM 4/21/2005

"I can understand that guys point of view.He didn't want to be bothered or have his dog bothered.He has that right to be left alone."

Sure, so don't bring the dog there. He knows full well bringing the dog to this paticular place there a...

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