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Thomas   Albuquerque, New Mexico

1/16/2013 8:03:49 PM

Ceaser,we are about to rescue a 7 year old female lab who has has been a one owner dog since puppy hood.The owner has to give up this lab who has been a house dog all her life with practically no people contact,no walks,no car rides,never been neutered,etc but is very sweet.Any thoughts for a good transition?Thomas...

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Bridgett   round lake beach, Illinois

12/27/2012 5:29:07 PM

Ceaser i have 2 dogs one is 2 and one is almost 5months and i try to be a pack leader but its like they dont get it and they dont listen and are very shy and skittish and i cant leave the house with out them eating thangs and ripping my stuff up and barking and i do crate them but its like it doesnt matter cus they will still get stuff and i just dont know wat to do anymore soon i will have to give them up if they dont stop plz help me Ceaser!!!!!!!

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Wilburn   Haughton, LA

10/17/2011 10:48:45 PM

We have a 4 month old Cane Corso Mastiff that weight 50 pounds now and he is growing fast.The problem is he seem to have some aggression and bad Behavior problems.He has bit me three time not counting the time he has miss bitting me & He bitten my wife countless times.We live in north Louisiana (Shreveport,la) and are looking to Locate veterinary or dog trainers in our area to help head off any bad Behavior now.We have had large dogs all of our life but we have never been up against one who has this much aggression this young.Please waiting on some advice & help with Lional Cane Corso Mastiff

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Ethan   sandstone, MN

9/18/2011 10:21:27 AM

How can I calm my dog down.. she is a 9 month old Great Dane mix and she is really hyper with kids. She jumps on them and tries to bit them ( in a playing fashion) How or what can I do to calm her down?

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Barbara   Maitland, FL

9/12/2011 6:02:51 PM

Ceaser, We have a 5 month old pappillon which is making going outside to potty a game. She'll go outside to pee, then come in to poop. She alway's wants to go out, and we let her thinking she needs to potty, but she likes rooting around in the grass and dirt. She is always wanting to go out. Why, and how do I get her to just potty without going playing so much outside, then pooping inside right after she comes in??? Thanks so much

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janet   bethlehem, PA

1/8/2010 4:26:53 AM

good article thanks

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Pat Frazier   Saint Louis, MO

5/5/2009 10:47:31 AM

Learning that it is much more enjoyable and rewarding to let a dog be mother nature's purpose of a dog than be your version of a dog. I can still call him my "wookie wookie boy", but do it with calm assertive energy as appropriate
affection.

We still have a long way to go. The extreme nervousness (screaming, jumping back and forth, whining, total insanity......in the car is horrible and we can't get it
together.

We cannot thank you enough for the parts we have learned.

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janet   bethlehem, PA

12/11/2008 4:51:43 AM

good article thanks

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meghan   rochester, NY

11/21/2008 11:30:14 AM

I learned so much and it was very informative

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meghan   rochester, NY

11/21/2008 11:30:11 AM

I learned so much and it was very informative

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MK   Little Rock, AR

7/22/2008 9:49:13 AM

Let your dog be a dog...it will bring you such joy! Exercise and love and he/she will love you back!

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Julie   Battle Creek, MI

6/5/2007 1:27:57 PM

This is the way God created dogs to be. It`s nice that someone finally understands this.

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