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Aggressive Behavior Help by Finn
We have a 7.5 month old Eurasier (male, now neutered) who has become very aggressive toward me (his primary caregiver). His attacks started with biting my feet right after he was fed and are now not limited to that. He was diagnosed by a veterinary behaviorist as having anxiety and attention...
October 12th 12 01:49 PM
by micle62 Go to last post
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Our New "Toy" by Jo Wolf
The boss and two of the other gals went to a seminar weekend before last. Someone at the seminar had a usually noisey young dog.... and a new ultrasound unit of the very inexpensive variety. Durn thang actually worked! Point, push button... silence. So the boss had to have one of those, and has...
September 26th 12 11:58 PM
by sonofdog Go to last post
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Castration?? by [email protected]
Just ignore this moron, Howe. He's far past insane...ask him about his magical box that cures ALL behavior problems...LOL.
September 22nd 12 05:15 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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The Resilient Dog by Jo Wolf
It never fails to amaze me how socially resilient dogs can be. One of our breeders who is very ill finally reached out to the breed community for help with rehoming 8 of her adult dogs a few weeks ago. Four bitches in the 5-6yo range, two in the 14-16 month range, 3 males in the 14-16 month...
September 3rd 12 03:26 AM
by pat Chlebowski Go to last post
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drinking water by S S
I have a collie who has a fresh bowl of drinking water which never runs dry, yet when I take him for a walk as he comes into the drive he will drink the water out a small pond (3 feet diameter) that must have water that is undrinkable and over a year old. We have a cat that also does this. ...
August 22nd 12 10:03 PM
by chlorellies Go to last post
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Puppy Pads by cshenk
We've had for our area an unseasonal cold snap. With Mabel Anne new to us, we are still learning things about the grande old lady. One is she does _not_ like to pee or poop outside in 15F windchill factor (26F actual) weather. She'll go outside and there is this almost comical 'Oh NO! Let me...
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August 21st 12 05:08 PM
by Alison[_3_] Go to last post
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Happy Saint Roch's Day by Opinicus[_2_]
While they hardly need one, it appears that dogs also have a patron saint and today is his feast day. " was expelled from the town; and withdrew into the forest, where he made himself a hut of boughs and leaves, which was miraculously supplied with water by a spring that arose in the place; he...
August 20th 12 02:56 PM
by Alison[_3_] Go to last post
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Long-timers here..... by Jo Wolf
Do you remember Amy Rutledge who used to post here? I believe she had Shelties most of the time she was here. Later switched to Basenjies.... Big change.... for training. Amy was found dead in her home here in GA on Wednesday. Autopsy to be done, but no suggestion of crime. Jo Wolf Martinez,...
August 10th 12 06:09 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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So..... What did Eugene REALLY mean? by Jo Wolf
Thursday afternoon about 4 PM, with the outside temperature at or just above 100F, with high humidity, Eugene and Berry demanded to go out. The deck was in the shade by then, so I let them out that far.... Hoping that Berry would be physically tired by the heat very quickly, I followed, nail...
August 3rd 12 08:34 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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UK: Dog Control and Welfare Inquiry. Written evidence by Alison[_3_]
http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201213/cmselect/cmenvfru/writev/dogcontrol/dog.pdf http://tinyurl.com/cg6y293 -- Alison,
August 2nd 12 08:46 PM
by Alison[_3_] Go to last post
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barking huskies! by Askew
Hi, I'm a newbie and I'm sure that I'm at right place to discuss my problem. Actually I've 2 Siberian Huskies and they are have big mutual understanding with each other. But they are behaving in a strange way. They start barking badly whenever they hear the barking dogs at TV. What the...
July 25th 12 03:13 AM
by William Clodius[_3_] Go to last post
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Multi-dog households by canisfamiliaris
Old-timers may recognise some of the people mentioned in the acknowledgements in this article. This started out as a research project, resulting in 'Owners Experiences of Multi-dog Households.' That has been turned into this 'how to' article, with tweaks, eg this article is more bearish on...
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July 19th 12 09:41 AM
by Alison[_3_] Go to last post
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Dog walkers' etiquette by Alison[_3_]
"canisfamiliaris" wrote in message ... Seasoned dog walkers learn many ways of avoiding fights involving the dogs they are walking. If you were asked by a novice walker, what would you say were...
July 16th 12 10:56 AM
by canisfamiliaris Go to last post
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What happened to Jerry Howe? by Alison[_3_]
"Jo Wolf" wrote in message ... When I returned after a long absence, I was just told that he was "gone now". I do not miss him. Jo Wolf Martinez, Georgia, USA Jerry was here when I first started posting in...
July 16th 12 04:35 AM
by P E Schoen[_2_] Go to last post
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I'm Used To..... by Jo Wolf
Huskies and Malamutes talking (the woo-woo thing), and Border Terriers making conversation as adolescents, but lemme tell you about this gorgeous Thai Ridgeback we've got in our basic obedience class. This dog has an absolutely "foul mouth". No, he doesn't snarl and snap at the other dogs or...
July 14th 12 04:44 AM
by William Clodius[_3_] Go to last post
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What happened to Jerry Howe? by P E Schoen[_2_]
"Jo Wolf" wrote in message ... When I returned after a long absence, I was just told that he was "gone now". I do not miss him. I asked his buddy Lee Charles Kelley about him a couple years back, and he just said "good question". I found...
July 11th 12 07:44 PM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Dog walkers' etiquette by Jo Wolf
I think it kinda depends on how many dogs the person is walking at a time..... I've seen videos of dog walkers in NYC with as many as 12 or more at a time.... so that'd be hard for a beginner to observe accurately. Not sure how the real and experienced dogs walkers work a newby into the pack, or...
July 11th 12 11:19 AM
by canisfamiliaris Go to last post
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surreptitious use of soft objects by [email protected]
I always thought my dog was obedient and well behaved and not sneaky, but eventually I realized that when I was out she would jump up on the couch or bed, and make sure to jump down before I got in the door. I only discovered this when she was old and getting too deaf or un-alert to jump down...
July 7th 12 10:11 AM
by canisfamiliaris Go to last post
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Great ideas to do with your dog! by Silas Burke
Meatloaf: Ingredients 1 1/2 pounds ground beef 1 egg 1 onion, chopped 1 cup milk 1 cup dried bread crumbs salt and pepper to taste
July 7th 12 12:05 AM
by cshenk Go to last post
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The Economist: Man’s best friend -- Can dogs really show empathy towards humans? by Opinicus[_2_]
"DOGS quickly become part of the family. Tales abound of dogs celebrating joy in a household or commiserating when tragedy strikes. This may not seem surprising after 15,000 years of co-evolution. But what hard evidence is there of dogs’ empathy with humans? A new experiment suggests that behind...
July 3rd 12 12:31 PM
by canisfamiliaris Go to last post
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