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Old July 6th 04, 04:46 PM
Marcel Beaudoin
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I am looking for recommendations on books that might help with child-
proofing a dog. Namely mine (both partsg)

Sarah has mentioned that others have recommended (highly) Kilcommon's
"Child-proofing Your Dog". Does anybody else have any suggestions??

Marie, what did you do with Macula when the twins were on the way?

Marcel
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Old July 6th 04, 05:09 PM
Diana
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"Marcel Beaudoin" wrote in message
. 1.4...
I am looking for recommendations on books that might help with child-
proofing a dog. Namely mine (both partsg)

Sarah has mentioned that others have recommended (highly) Kilcommon's
"Child-proofing Your Dog". Does anybody else have any suggestions??

Marie, what did you do with Macula when the twins were on the way?

Marcel


I'd guess that some of it is fairly 'dog' and 'individual' specific. Weims
can be great with kids and Cin has a heart of gold but although I've ensured
she's well used to them running an screaming in her socialisation, cos *I*
have little contact with them, she's not really been taught appropriate
manners... and as much as I might say I ought to, making myself hang out
around places that young kids hang out just hasn't happened. I carry a
selection of leads and keep a very, very close eye.

Obviously as children are going to be a big part of your new life, I think
you'll reap back the rewards of your hard work, but always remember that it
is as much your duty to protect your dog from your child as it is your child
from your dog.

Diana


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Old July 6th 04, 05:09 PM
Diana
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"Marcel Beaudoin" wrote in message
. 1.4...
I am looking for recommendations on books that might help with child-
proofing a dog. Namely mine (both partsg)

Sarah has mentioned that others have recommended (highly) Kilcommon's
"Child-proofing Your Dog". Does anybody else have any suggestions??

Marie, what did you do with Macula when the twins were on the way?

Marcel


I'd guess that some of it is fairly 'dog' and 'individual' specific. Weims
can be great with kids and Cin has a heart of gold but although I've ensured
she's well used to them running an screaming in her socialisation, cos *I*
have little contact with them, she's not really been taught appropriate
manners... and as much as I might say I ought to, making myself hang out
around places that young kids hang out just hasn't happened. I carry a
selection of leads and keep a very, very close eye.

Obviously as children are going to be a big part of your new life, I think
you'll reap back the rewards of your hard work, but always remember that it
is as much your duty to protect your dog from your child as it is your child
from your dog.

Diana


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Old July 6th 04, 05:09 PM
Diana
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"Marcel Beaudoin" wrote in message
. 1.4...
I am looking for recommendations on books that might help with child-
proofing a dog. Namely mine (both partsg)

Sarah has mentioned that others have recommended (highly) Kilcommon's
"Child-proofing Your Dog". Does anybody else have any suggestions??

Marie, what did you do with Macula when the twins were on the way?

Marcel


I'd guess that some of it is fairly 'dog' and 'individual' specific. Weims
can be great with kids and Cin has a heart of gold but although I've ensured
she's well used to them running an screaming in her socialisation, cos *I*
have little contact with them, she's not really been taught appropriate
manners... and as much as I might say I ought to, making myself hang out
around places that young kids hang out just hasn't happened. I carry a
selection of leads and keep a very, very close eye.

Obviously as children are going to be a big part of your new life, I think
you'll reap back the rewards of your hard work, but always remember that it
is as much your duty to protect your dog from your child as it is your child
from your dog.

Diana


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Old July 6th 04, 05:09 PM
Diana
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"Marcel Beaudoin" wrote in message
. 1.4...
I am looking for recommendations on books that might help with child-
proofing a dog. Namely mine (both partsg)

Sarah has mentioned that others have recommended (highly) Kilcommon's
"Child-proofing Your Dog". Does anybody else have any suggestions??

Marie, what did you do with Macula when the twins were on the way?

Marcel


I'd guess that some of it is fairly 'dog' and 'individual' specific. Weims
can be great with kids and Cin has a heart of gold but although I've ensured
she's well used to them running an screaming in her socialisation, cos *I*
have little contact with them, she's not really been taught appropriate
manners... and as much as I might say I ought to, making myself hang out
around places that young kids hang out just hasn't happened. I carry a
selection of leads and keep a very, very close eye.

Obviously as children are going to be a big part of your new life, I think
you'll reap back the rewards of your hard work, but always remember that it
is as much your duty to protect your dog from your child as it is your child
from your dog.

Diana


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Old July 6th 04, 05:09 PM
Diana
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"Marcel Beaudoin" wrote in message
. 1.4...
I am looking for recommendations on books that might help with child-
proofing a dog. Namely mine (both partsg)

Sarah has mentioned that others have recommended (highly) Kilcommon's
"Child-proofing Your Dog". Does anybody else have any suggestions??

Marie, what did you do with Macula when the twins were on the way?

Marcel


I'd guess that some of it is fairly 'dog' and 'individual' specific. Weims
can be great with kids and Cin has a heart of gold but although I've ensured
she's well used to them running an screaming in her socialisation, cos *I*
have little contact with them, she's not really been taught appropriate
manners... and as much as I might say I ought to, making myself hang out
around places that young kids hang out just hasn't happened. I carry a
selection of leads and keep a very, very close eye.

Obviously as children are going to be a big part of your new life, I think
you'll reap back the rewards of your hard work, but always remember that it
is as much your duty to protect your dog from your child as it is your child
from your dog.

Diana


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Old July 6th 04, 05:29 PM
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Marcel Beaudoin wrote:

I am looking for recommendations on books that might help with child-
proofing a dog. Namely mine (both partsg)

Sarah has mentioned that others have recommended (highly) Kilcommon's
"Child-proofing Your Dog". Does anybody else have any suggestions??

Marie, what did you do with Macula when the twins were on the way?



she locked her in a cage. And now she's reaping the rewards
of the "manage instead of train" ideology.

Asking Marie for dog training advice?
Might as well ask Joey Buttafucco for marriage
counseling.


I hope that heelps.



this is michael
reporting live....
http://dogtv.com




Marcel

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Old July 6th 04, 05:29 PM
michael_
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Marcel Beaudoin wrote:

I am looking for recommendations on books that might help with child-
proofing a dog. Namely mine (both partsg)

Sarah has mentioned that others have recommended (highly) Kilcommon's
"Child-proofing Your Dog". Does anybody else have any suggestions??

Marie, what did you do with Macula when the twins were on the way?



she locked her in a cage. And now she's reaping the rewards
of the "manage instead of train" ideology.

Asking Marie for dog training advice?
Might as well ask Joey Buttafucco for marriage
counseling.


I hope that heelps.



this is michael
reporting live....
http://dogtv.com




Marcel

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Old July 6th 04, 05:29 PM
michael_
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Marcel Beaudoin wrote:

I am looking for recommendations on books that might help with child-
proofing a dog. Namely mine (both partsg)

Sarah has mentioned that others have recommended (highly) Kilcommon's
"Child-proofing Your Dog". Does anybody else have any suggestions??

Marie, what did you do with Macula when the twins were on the way?



she locked her in a cage. And now she's reaping the rewards
of the "manage instead of train" ideology.

Asking Marie for dog training advice?
Might as well ask Joey Buttafucco for marriage
counseling.


I hope that heelps.



this is michael
reporting live....
http://dogtv.com




Marcel

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Old July 6th 04, 05:29 PM
michael_
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Marcel Beaudoin wrote:

I am looking for recommendations on books that might help with child-
proofing a dog. Namely mine (both partsg)

Sarah has mentioned that others have recommended (highly) Kilcommon's
"Child-proofing Your Dog". Does anybody else have any suggestions??

Marie, what did you do with Macula when the twins were on the way?



she locked her in a cage. And now she's reaping the rewards
of the "manage instead of train" ideology.

Asking Marie for dog training advice?
Might as well ask Joey Buttafucco for marriage
counseling.


I hope that heelps.



this is michael
reporting live....
http://dogtv.com




Marcel

 




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