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Old December 8th 06, 03:34 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
Suja
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"montana wildhack" wrote in message:

Well there's one puppy here that I may have to strangle, and it won't
take much to push me over the edge. It's a big girl puppy with the
biggest mouth known to puppydom and she even complains in her sleep.
There's nothing wrong with this girl (believe me, we check), she's just
a diva.


In your marketing material, she should go down as 'opinionated'. Have you
tried a shock, pronged, spike, pinch, choke collar yet? Bet that'll help.

The puppies started to wag their tails last night. It isn't exactly
wagging, but their tails are moving in that motion.


Awwww. That sounds adorable.

I'm feeling less
worried about them and more worried about us with each hour that
passes. What are we going to do with five mobile puppies??? Over the
holidays???


Since *everyone* has time off during the holidays, they can all pitch in and
help. Start recruiting unsuspecting volunteers now.

I hope our marketing is helping; we had another inquiry last night.


Hope the inquiry was from someone who is a) serious b) potentially a great
home.

Suja


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Old December 8th 06, 07:30 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
Kathleen
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montana wildhack wrote:

On 2006-12-08 10:34:19 -0500, "Suja" said:

In your marketing material, she should go down as 'opinionated'. Have
you
tried a shock, pronged, spike, pinch, choke collar yet? Bet that'll
help.



I was thinking "vigorous" was a good word.

They don't have any collars yet, but I'll look for some itsy-bitsy,
teenie-weenie choke collars... (More sound advice...)


"Spirited" is the word you're looking for.

Kathleen

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Old December 8th 06, 10:45 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
Robin Nuttall
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Kathleen wrote:

montana wildhack wrote:

On 2006-12-08 10:34:19 -0500, "Suja" said:

In your marketing material, she should go down as 'opinionated'.
Have you
tried a shock, pronged, spike, pinch, choke collar yet? Bet that'll
help.




I was thinking "vigorous" was a good word.

They don't have any collars yet, but I'll look for some itsy-bitsy,
teenie-weenie choke collars... (More sound advice...)



"Spirited" is the word you're looking for.


All kidding aside, one long-time breeder had some great insight for me.
She said that the loudest one in the litter was sometimes the most
sensitive to stimulation, which can be a bad thing. The dog that's
hollering all the time may have a thin nerve structure (as in, reactive
temperament, not as in a physical condition). I'd be wary of the really
noisy dog for that reason. Not that the dog couldn't make a great pet,
but if I was dog shopping, I wouldn't pick that one as a working prospect.


 




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