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Posted on: 10:00:10 PM 10/5/2011

Here's a crazy idea: hire yourself out to train *other* people's dogs for a couple years. You'll get experience with multiple breeds to help you figure out what breed you really want without the expense for vet bills and food. I think it will help yo...

Posted on: 9:42:20 PM 10/1/2011

I used to volunteer at my local shelter. My daughter and I would spend time with cats one-on-one in order to keep them socialized. I don't remember lots of torties being available for adoption, but there were some. I don't remember them being any dif...

Posted on: 6:06:51 PM 10/1/2011

We don't "free feed." We feed twice per day. That's for two primary reasons. One is so we know exactly how much he eats per day. Two is so he understands who "the boss" is. Before our pup is allowed to eat, he must sit and wait. He's not allowed to e...

Posted on: 3:18:23 PM 7/24/2011

I looked more carefully at the first picture, and see what you mean about his spine. Again: Yikes.

I think your idea of using Animal Cops examples could be very effective -- especially if you can crop out the parts of the photos that make ...

Posted on: 2:03:13 PM 7/23/2011

Yikes! Especially on the last two photos.

Posted on: 9:10:36 PM 7/4/2011

I heard someone refer to that as "flying frog" pose.

I don't know, but our brittany did that all the time as a pup. He stopped doing it sometime after he was a year old.

Posted on: 7:16:56 PM 7/2/2011

I'm not a breeder, and I don't own a weimaraner, but I'm full of free advice. I think you need to ask yourself why you like the breed. Is it because of the way they l...

Posted on: 4:45:29 PM 4/30/2011

I'm not a breeder, but you're question made me laugh out loud.

It reminds me of an old joke.

A man jumps from an airplane. He tries to deploy his parachute, but it won't work. He starts to panic as he he's hurtling toward the g...

Posted on: 9:44:52 AM 4/30/2011

This situation sounds very sad, but it raises many questions for me. How old is the dog now? How is there "no recourse" in the absence of a contract? And what on earth does "alway, always....most" mean?

But always, always no matter the ...

Posted on: 2:51:05 PM 4/10/2011

alicat - You must have missed the specific thread that deputy is referring to, but you've read other threads like it. It was another one of those drawn out arguments between those that feel that physical punishment is sometimes appropriate vs. those ...

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