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Old August 17th 19, 09:23 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.behavior
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Neglected to include the links:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/w084jkba43...07.20.pdf?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/sb47vzqnza...06.01.pdf?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/iecux4op6m...t_toy.jpg?dl=0

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Old August 18th 19, 02:06 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.behavior
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Opinicus wrote:

Neglected to include the links:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/w084jkba43...07.20.pdf?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/sb47vzqnza...06.01.pdf?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/iecux4op6m...t_toy.jpg?dl=0

Oh I love Chicco!

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Old August 19th 19, 04:55 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.behavior
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On Sun, 18 Aug 2019 08:06:16 -0500, "cshenk" wrote:

Oh I love Chicco!


Thanks for the reply.

Just out of curiosity in the "Daisy-chan" thread in RFC you said:

My post was meant for another group.


What was the "other" group?

I must confess I have an ulterior motive for trying to revive RPDB.
Chicco has severe separation anxiety issues, owing I'm guessing to his
having been abandoned by his previous owners. I mean SEVE he
literally will not have me out of his sight. This is a first for me
and I don't know how to deal with it. None of my previous dogs behaved
this way but I raised all of them from pups. Chicco's at least one
year old but definitely not two. None of the advice I see on the
internet seems to be working.

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Old August 19th 19, 02:57 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.behavior
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On 8/18/2019 10:55 PM, Opinicus wrote:
On Sun, 18 Aug 2019 08:06:16 -0500, "cshenk" wrote:

Oh I love Chicco!

Thanks for the reply.

Just out of curiosity in the "Daisy-chan" thread in RFC you said:

My post was meant for another group.

What was the "other" group?

I must confess I have an ulterior motive for trying to revive RPDB.
Chicco has severe separation anxiety issues, owing I'm guessing to his
having been abandoned by his previous owners. I mean SEVE he
literally will not have me out of his sight. This is a first for me
and I don't know how to deal with it. None of my previous dogs behaved
this way but I raised all of them from pups. Chicco's at least one
year old but definitely not two. None of the advice I see on the
internet seems to be working.


* I came here cuz I saw your post in RFC ... it may be that Chicco is
still a little insecure about abandonment issues , and it will just take
time for him to feel secure . After all you've only had him for a couple
of months , trauma takes time to overcome - you might try going outside
for a couple of minutes then coming back in , slowly extending the time
to show him that you'll always come back . Our Max goes nuts when he
thinks I'm going somewhere without him , but that's mostly because he
loves to ride in the car , plus Mountain Curs are often very attached to
one person . Lucky me ! Best of luck with gaining Chicco's trust and
helping him overcome his fears !

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and crochety - and armed .
Get outta my woods !

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Old August 19th 19, 06:28 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.behavior
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"Terry Coombs" wrote in message ...

On 8/18/2019 10:55 PM, Opinicus wrote:
On Sun, 18 Aug 2019 08:06:16 -0500, "cshenk" wrote:

Oh I love Chicco!

Thanks for the reply.

Just out of curiosity in the "Daisy-chan" thread in RFC you said:

My post was meant for another group.

What was the "other" group?

I must confess I have an ulterior motive for trying to revive RPDB.
Chicco has severe separation anxiety issues, owing I'm guessing to his
having been abandoned by his previous owners. I mean SEVE he
literally will not have me out of his sight. This is a first for me
and I don't know how to deal with it. None of my previous dogs behaved
this way but I raised all of them from pups. Chicco's at least one
year old but definitely not two. None of the advice I see on the
internet seems to be working.


I came here cuz I saw your post in RFC ... it may be that Chicco is
still a little insecure about abandonment issues , and it will just take
time for him to feel secure . After all you've only had him for a couple
of months , trauma takes time to overcome - you might try going outside
for a couple of minutes then coming back in , slowly extending the time
to show him that you'll always come back . Our Max goes nuts when he
thinks I'm going somewhere without him , but that's mostly because he
loves to ride in the car , plus Mountain Curs are often very attached to
one person . Lucky me ! Best of luck with gaining Chicco's trust and
helping him overcome his fears !

Snag

===

The only place we can leave our Poppy on her own, is in the car when we
are shopping. Apart from that, she sticks to us like glue.

We are both retired but it must be bad for someone who has to go out to
work

She was a rescue and she is absolutely attached to us. She had a
dreadful start. She was found in a house with 42 dogs and 2 cats. The
woman who owned them had died. The RSPCA broke in. Many were dead and the
others were in dreadful condition. She'd had puppies but they must have
been eaten since none were there. She was so thin and with very little hair
on her back. She was lucky to have survived.

I think we have overdone the care now because she needs to go on a diet lol

She hates to be away from us, and when we are shopping, she sits up in
front staring at the spot she last saw us to make sure we are coming back)

She is worth every minute


O

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Old August 24th 19, 07:47 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.behavior
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Opinicus wrote:

On Sun, 18 Aug 2019 08:06:16 -0500, "cshenk" wrote:

Oh I love Chicco!


Thanks for the reply.

Just out of curiosity in the "Daisy-chan" thread in RFC you said:

My post was meant for another group.


What was the "other" group?

I must confess I have an ulterior motive for trying to revive RPDB.
Chicco has severe separation anxiety issues, owing I'm guessing to his
having been abandoned by his previous owners. I mean SEVE he
literally will not have me out of his sight. This is a first for me
and I don't know how to deal with it. None of my previous dogs behaved
this way but I raised all of them from pups. Chicco's at least one
year old but definitely not two. None of the advice I see on the
internet seems to be working.


Was supposed to be in RPCC (oops!).

I too am following RPDB. Been trying to get some sensible talk here and
banning the spammers (looks from the subject line one Steve Brown about
to get the bozo bin treatment).

I've not had a dog with anxiety issues but tell us what you have read
to do? I can tell you there is utterly INSANELY wrong stuff on feral
cat domestication, including locking them inside in a basement room for
months to 'socialize'.
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Old August 24th 19, 07:55 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.behavior
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Ophelia wrote:

"Terry Coombs" wrote in message ...

On 8/18/2019 10:55 PM, Opinicus wrote:
On Sun, 18 Aug 2019 08:06:16 -0500, "cshenk" wrote:

Oh I love Chicco!

Thanks for the reply.

Just out of curiosity in the "Daisy-chan" thread in RFC you said:

My post was meant for another group.

What was the "other" group?

I must confess I have an ulterior motive for trying to revive RPDB.
Chicco has severe separation anxiety issues, owing I'm guessing to
his having been abandoned by his previous owners. I mean SEVE he
literally will not have me out of his sight. This is a first for me
and I don't know how to deal with it. None of my previous dogs
behaved this way but I raised all of them from pups. Chicco's at
least one year old but definitely not two. None of the advice I see
on the internet seems to be working.


I came here cuz I saw your post in RFC ... it may be that Chicco is
still a little insecure about abandonment issues , and it will just
take time for him to feel secure . After all you've only had him for
a couple of months , trauma takes time to overcome - you might try
going outside for a couple of minutes then coming back in , slowly
extending the time to show him that you'll always come back . Our Max
goes nuts when he thinks I'm going somewhere without him , but that's
mostly because he loves to ride in the car , plus Mountain Curs are
often very attached to one person . Lucky me ! Best of luck with
gaining Chicco's trust and helping him overcome his fears !

Snag

===

The only place we can leave our Poppy on her own, is in the car
when we are shopping. Apart from that, she sticks to us like glue.

We are both retired but it must be bad for someone who has to go
out to work

She was a rescue and she is absolutely attached to us. She had a
dreadful start. She was found in a house with 42 dogs and 2 cats.
The woman who owned them had died. The RSPCA broke in. Many were
dead and the others were in dreadful condition. She'd had puppies
but they must have been eaten since none were there. She was so thin
and with very little hair on her back. She was lucky to have
survived.

I think we have overdone the care now because she needs to go on a
diet lol

She hates to be away from us, and when we are shopping, she sits
up in front staring at the spot she last saw us to make sure we are
coming back)

She is worth every minute


O


Lucky to be in a cool climate! You can NOT leave a dog in a car here
while shopping. In fact, if found in time (before the dog dies) the
police or others will break out the windows to get them out.

At a mere 80F, your car can exceed 100F in 30 minutes in the sun. No,
cracking the windows does NOT fix it.
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Old August 24th 19, 08:23 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.behavior
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On 8/24/2019 1:47 PM, cshenk wrote:
Opinicus wrote:

On Sun, 18 Aug 2019 08:06:16 -0500, "cshenk" wrote:

Oh I love Chicco!

Thanks for the reply.

Just out of curiosity in the "Daisy-chan" thread in RFC you said:

My post was meant for another group.

What was the "other" group?

I must confess I have an ulterior motive for trying to revive RPDB.
Chicco has severe separation anxiety issues, owing I'm guessing to his
having been abandoned by his previous owners. I mean SEVE he
literally will not have me out of his sight. This is a first for me
and I don't know how to deal with it. None of my previous dogs behaved
this way but I raised all of them from pups. Chicco's at least one
year old but definitely not two. None of the advice I see on the
internet seems to be working.

Was supposed to be in RPCC (oops!).

I too am following RPDB. Been trying to get some sensible talk here and
banning the spammers (looks from the subject line one Steve Brown about
to get the bozo bin treatment).

I've not had a dog with anxiety issues but tell us what you have read
to do? I can tell you there is utterly INSANELY wrong stuff on feral
cat domestication, including locking them inside in a basement room for
months to 'socialize'.


* I would think the first step is gaining the cat's trust ...

--
Snag
Yes , I'm old
and crochety - and armed .
Get outta my woods !

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Old August 24th 19, 11:46 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.behavior
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Terry Coombs wrote:

On 8/24/2019 1:47 PM, cshenk wrote:
Opinicus wrote:

On Sun, 18 Aug 2019 08:06:16 -0500, "cshenk"

wrote:

Oh I love Chicco!
Thanks for the reply.

Just out of curiosity in the "Daisy-chan" thread in RFC you said:

My post was meant for another group.
What was the "other" group?

I must confess I have an ulterior motive for trying to revive
RPDB. Chicco has severe separation anxiety issues, owing I'm
guessing to his having been abandoned by his previous owners. I
mean SEVE he literally will not have me out of his sight. This
is a first for me and I don't know how to deal with it. None of
my previous dogs behaved this way but I raised all of them from
pups. Chicco's at least one year old but definitely not two. None
of the advice I see on the internet seems to be working.

Was supposed to be in RPCC (oops!).

I too am following RPDB. Been trying to get some sensible talk here
and banning the spammers (looks from the subject line one Steve
Brown about to get the bozo bin treatment).

I've not had a dog with anxiety issues but tell us what you have
read to do? I can tell you there is utterly INSANELY wrong stuff
on feral cat domestication, including locking them inside in a
basement room for months to 'socialize'.


* I would think the first step is gaining the cat's trust ...


This is true. The best thing to do is make lots of hidy holes and
leave them *be*. Don't try to coax them to play or be petted. Wait for
them to come out and just smile but don't reach for them.

Anyways, back to doggies!

I have no real ideas on separation anxiety solutions. Only what I have
heard, some of which sounded pretty sane. Blind dogs for example can be
eased by making little kibble trails they have to follow for treats.

Side note: all blind doggies are foodies. If not, what you have is a
sick dog who also happens to be blind.
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Old August 25th 19, 09:42 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.behavior
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"cshenk" wrote in message
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Ophelia wrote:

"Terry Coombs" wrote in message ...

On 8/18/2019 10:55 PM, Opinicus wrote:
On Sun, 18 Aug 2019 08:06:16 -0500, "cshenk" wrote:

Oh I love Chicco!

Thanks for the reply.

Just out of curiosity in the "Daisy-chan" thread in RFC you said:

My post was meant for another group.

What was the "other" group?

I must confess I have an ulterior motive for trying to revive RPDB.
Chicco has severe separation anxiety issues, owing I'm guessing to
his having been abandoned by his previous owners. I mean SEVE he
literally will not have me out of his sight. This is a first for me
and I don't know how to deal with it. None of my previous dogs
behaved this way but I raised all of them from pups. Chicco's at
least one year old but definitely not two. None of the advice I see
on the internet seems to be working.


I came here cuz I saw your post in RFC ... it may be that Chicco is
still a little insecure about abandonment issues , and it will just
take time for him to feel secure . After all you've only had him for
a couple of months , trauma takes time to overcome - you might try
going outside for a couple of minutes then coming back in , slowly
extending the time to show him that you'll always come back . Our Max
goes nuts when he thinks I'm going somewhere without him , but that's
mostly because he loves to ride in the car , plus Mountain Curs are
often very attached to one person . Lucky me ! Best of luck with
gaining Chicco's trust and helping him overcome his fears !

Snag

===

The only place we can leave our Poppy on her own, is in the car
when we are shopping. Apart from that, she sticks to us like glue.

We are both retired but it must be bad for someone who has to go
out to work

She was a rescue and she is absolutely attached to us. She had a
dreadful start. She was found in a house with 42 dogs and 2 cats.
The woman who owned them had died. The RSPCA broke in. Many were
dead and the others were in dreadful condition. She'd had puppies
but they must have been eaten since none were there. She was so thin
and with very little hair on her back. She was lucky to have
survived.

I think we have overdone the care now because she needs to go on a
diet lol

She hates to be away from us, and when we are shopping, she sits
up in front staring at the spot she last saw us to make sure we are
coming back)

She is worth every minute


O


Lucky to be in a cool climate! You can NOT leave a dog in a car here
while shopping. In fact, if found in time (before the dog dies) the
police or others will break out the windows to get them out.

At a mere 80F, your car can exceed 100F in 30 minutes in the sun. No,
cracking the windows does NOT fix it.

====

Yes, the same here if police see a dog in distress. If it is hot, one
will do the shopping and the other will stay in the car with the windows
open and in the shade.

We would never leave her in such danger.



 




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