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Posted on: 8:53:22 PM 4/20/2005


I don't quite agree with you on that one because (crazy pet owner or not) I consider Tucker my kid. Therefore, I am concerned if he is in a situation in which he or another dog gets hurt, that I am legally responsible for anything...

Posted on: 6:15:17 PM 4/20/2005

What a good idea, I wish I had that when Tucker was in the biting phase.

Posted on: 6:11:21 PM 4/20/2005

Should I punish Tucker if he mounted Riley at my house? Will this help things? I normally just tell him to get off. Plus, Tucker has yet to mount another dog at the dog park. I am so confused. I want Tucker to be a great dog.

Posted on: 1:53:14 PM 4/20/2005

I have another 4 year old golden retriever in which Tucker will mount occasionally. However, Tucker has never repeated that behavior at the dog park. Is tuc...

Posted on: 12:14:15 AM 4/20/2005

Wow, very similar stories. I have taken Tucker to the dog park almost daily (when its full of dogs) ever since he was done being vaccinated at 4 months. He was neutered at 4 and a half months. He has always played with any and every dog, and whe...

Posted on: 11:49:54 PM 4/19/2005

Tucker (golden retriever) has been awesome at the dog park and have never had to worry about him with other dogs. Today, a female boxer (who he has played with and lov...

Posted on: 12:55:16 PM 4/17/2005

Way to go, Dallas. You are awesome!

***Edited By: thomp119 on 4/17/2005 12:55:46 PM***
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Posted on: 12:50:15 PM 4/17/2005

I love scout. LOL

Posted on: 12:35:52 PM 4/17/2005

Sorry, kind of important infor left out... Tucker is a golden retriever. Does that help any?

Posted on: 12:30:38 PM 4/17/2005

Tucker in no way shape or form is showing pain with his back, but it walks like a shark swims (if that makes sense!) To describe it more it seems to me that he is having more movement to get around (like an S curve in his steps) Anyway, I was won...

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