Comments on Your First Hour Home with Your Dog

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Kathy   Hartland, VT

12/1/2011 11:25:06 AM

thank you, I just lost my dog she was run over in front of our home, 2.5years old. There were some mistakes I made with her that I don't want to make again.

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Janet   Westminster, CO

7/2/2011 2:35:36 PM

This is excellent advice for any dog, and especially for shelter and rescue dogs. Some dogs can be overwhelmed by having the run of a new home, right off the bat. I like the emphasis on letting the dog have plenty of opportunity to "use the yard", both before being allowed into the house, and after a little bit of exploring time. Keeping the dog on a leash will help prevent any accidents. I think the thing a majority of people worry about the most when they bring a dog home, is that the dog will "go" in the house. This method pretty much ensures that won't happen. The result is that the owners relax, and a relaxed owner greatly helps the dog to relax. Thanks for a good video.

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Linda   Swartz Creek, MI

8/14/2010 7:04:02 PM

I didnt even think of that, so glad I watched this before bringing our new puppy home. Thanks

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Pat   Twin lakes, WI

7/6/2010 8:12:29 PM

Excellent advice. I wish I had this info when I brought my adopted dog home last year. Thankful she has turned out well.

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DAVE   FEDERAL WAY, WA

3/5/2010 7:44:30 PM

WHAT THIS GUY SAY'S IS VERY TRUE, ONCE YOUR DOG POTTY'S IN THE HOUSE YOU'LL HAVE A HARD TIME TRAINING THEM SO MAKE SURE YOU GET HIM USED TO GOING OUTSIDE AND MOST OF ALL SPEND TIME WITH THEM OUTSIDE DON'T JUST LEAVE THEM TO DO WHAT THEY WANTAND ALSO DON'T FORGET TO PRAISE THEM WHEN THEY DO WHAT AND WHERE THEIR SUPPOSED TO

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