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    Wouldn't it be better to remove the dog from the...

    Wouldn't it be better to remove the dog from the area?

    A quick touch and "no" still lets allows the dog access, for lack of a better term, to those he wants to dominate.
    Wouldn't the consequence...
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    Dogs never sleep in beds or on the couches in my...

    Dogs never sleep in beds or on the couches in my home. While I love the family pets, I can't tolerate their smells on surfaces I use on a regular basis.
    I also believe that training is easier if the...
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    Sensible Exclusions

    While I understand how much families love their pets, I've seen some truly hair raising activities that violate my cleanliness standards.

    I saw a child share a lollipop with the family dog....
  4. Thread: Raw Diet

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    I just remembered my second question. I see...

    I just remembered my second question.

    I see folk feeding vegetables to their dogs, and I'm reminded that we never see herds of Great Danes grazing the grasslands.
    I have also seen dogs who seem...
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    I have a friend who swears by raw feeding. I...

    I have a friend who swears by raw feeding. I check on her dog when she's out of town, but there are a couple of things about raw feeding that I don't understand.

    Don't dogs still miss out on...
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    Hair and Eyes

    Every dog I have ever known gets a hair in their eyes, every once in a while. Having one strand resting on my eyeball drives me crazy and just seeing one in a dog's eye makes me squirm, but dogs seem...
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    Shock Collars and Puppies

    A friend's puppy has started chewing on everything in sight and my friend wants to use a shock collar to curb this habit.
    I think the pup will not associate a shock with chewing. The exercise is...
  8. Thread: Hello!

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    Hello!

    I am Sage and help special needs students get comfortable around therapy dogs.
    Their fears are eased when they can give commands and see the dog obey.
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