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imported_nea

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    Sweden
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    dogs, guinea pigs, other animals
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  1. [quote name='AllAmericanPUP'][quote name='SizzleDog'][quote]I dont even want to see how most show dogs are kept at home..poor dogs. [/quote][/quote] I know there are show people out there who do care about their dogs and their dogs are treated like royalty, but there are just as many who do the exact opposite. [/quote] Thats how it is for ALL dogs, not just show dogs. Some have fabulous homes, some terrible. Thats nothing special for show dogs.
  2. I clicker train some. I love it! It makes teaching new things and fine tuneing things much easier. I think the click is a much better marker than my voice in the beginning, because it is so much more distinct. I've used the clicker some with getting Web to not go nuts when we see other dogs. In that situation he would be more or less blocked to my voice but the click was able to penetrate his facination with the other dog. Also its much easier to add a click after saying something. For example, if I say "Web!" and want to reward him for looking at me, a "Web!" click is easier than "Web", "good
  3. What kind of pictures are you looking for? Should the dog be "posing" in any particular way? :)
  4. I mostly see goldens around here. The 20 most popular breeds in the country are, 1 GSD 2 Golden retriever 3 Labrador retriever 4 J
  5. I actually can't think of any breed that I would never have. I tend to like medium sized, active, playful, easily trained dogs, and hopefully will always be able to have one of them. But it would be nice to have a big, slow, calm dog, or perhaps a little "poofy" dog TOO, even if I'd not want one of those types as my only dog. I won't ever have a show-bred golden or lab (and probably other breeds...), though. Whenever I see a bulky (not fat, just BIG!) golden/lab ambling along sedately without much interest in anything going on, its hard to believe that it really is the same breed as the huntin
  6. How often do your dogs get to be offleash, and for how long? Where do you let them offleash? Are there any laws about leashing where you live, and if so do you follow them?
  7. Webby is slightly obsessed with underwear and socks. :( :o If he's feeling unsure of himself he takes a choice piece (or two) from my dirty clothes basket and carries it to the living room where he settles with it under his head. :oops: Socks are toys, too. (accoring to him). :roll:
  8. I'm so glad he's ok! That must have been terrifying. :o
  9. Thats the wierdest looking dog I've ever seen. :o Kind of cute, in its own way.. :lol:
  10. Thanks for explaining. :) Its rather nice to have him this way, he is so good on walks! Except for today when I threw a stick that landed behind him, which he didn't understand, so he had to go "find" it, so he was running aorund searching intently not listning at bit.. :roll: :lol:
  11. I've done them all, at one time or another. I like the animal planet one quite alot. My favorite would be the last on the list, eukanuba's. I really like how they ask how much training you're going to be doing- thats one thing thats missing on many others. Also, they ask what you want to do with your dog. I found that very helpful too. The breeds I got were mostly breeds that I am very fond of, and actually will have someday. What I didn't like about it (and many other breed selectors) is that they ask about the "Outdoor Space". I always find that hard to answer. I live in an appartment, so I
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