Comments on Ease Your Dog’s Back-to-School Blues

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Nicole   Lebanon Junction, KY

9/8/2010 11:31:58 AM

Those are pretty good tips if you have someone to do those things with the dog. I am fifteen and I have a dog. My mom doesn't have anything to do with her and I was hoping to give my dog something to do while I am in school. I'm not in school as long as some kids with me being in high school but I have a VERY high-strung dog and was hoping for some tips that I could use.

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TC   Houston, TX

9/5/2010 10:08:21 PM

Poor kids! (both k-9's and human!)

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Terry   Houston, TX

9/4/2010 4:00:19 AM

Separation anxiety for both sides here@

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Anna   Maple Grove, MN

9/3/2010 9:58:51 PM

Good ideas.

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Galadriel   Lothlorien, ME

9/2/2010 11:41:32 PM

I agree that the last suggestion makes no sense for this article.

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Stephanie   North Canton, OH

9/2/2010 6:36:22 PM

Thanks for the tips!

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Ashley   Cosby, TN

9/2/2010 6:40:56 AM

Thanks for the info!

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TC   Houston, TX

9/2/2010 3:28:25 AM

Ok

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Marie   Edison, NJ

7/28/2010 7:30:00 AM

Maybe I'm just not "getting it" but the last suggestion has me baffled. If the kid & the dog are together to be able to go to the class, then why do they have to go to have the "precious "kid time""? If the dog & kid were home during the summer & playing together, why when school starts, does the dog & kid have to go to an organized class to have "precious kid time"? Can't they just play together like they did over the summer?

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