Elina


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Age: 4 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 11-25 lbs

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Nicknames:
elina

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

Sun Sign:
Birthday:
September 17th 2010

Favorite Toy:
rope

Favorite Food:
meat

Favorite Walk:
park by the river

Best Tricks:
sleep

Arrival Story:
she is abandoned. one day i walked with Puff. i guess maybe the two guys resenble each other. they played together. i called the pet service house, but they said Elina was a left doggie. So i bought her back. Now she is friend of Puff, though sometimes they have a little fight.

I've Been On Dogster Since:
May 19th 2011 More than 3 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:
1188544


Meet my family
PuffOscar

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Though abandoned, i am strong


How to Stop Dog Barking Excessively

May 26th 2011 7:50 pm
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Despite our own talkative tendencies, we tend not to appreciate "excessive" vocalizations from our dogs. Rest assured, your dog does not feel her barking is excessive. When she barks, she is trying to communicate with you.

Why Do Dogs Bark?
Distance decreasing
Boredom
Frustration
Separation distress/anxiety

How to Stop Dog Barking Excessively
Invitation to play
Distance increasing
Distance increasing barks are generally low in pitch and may accompany intimidating body language including a stiffly wagging tail, rigid body posture, display of teeth, growling/snarling, snapping, kicking of back feet, etc.

Can I Stop Dog Barking?
No. Surgical debarking is never humane and rarely effective in totally eliminating vocalizations. Dogs bark! You can, however, train your dog to stop excessive barking behavior if you listen to why she barks and respond appropriately with effective, positive training.
Believe it or not, my Elina stops her barking as soon as i bought her a new dress. i guess she is in good mood. Hahahaha Elina's friends can also make a try. http://www.lovelonglong.com/ for her best pals. Woof!

 

My New Life After Adoption

May 19th 2011 7:09 pm
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Today I think I m the happiest doggie than ever ‘cause I am adopted by my present doggie parents. And I have play mate Puff, a nice guy. Anyway I do not hate my previous parents. They bring me up. I tell myself, “Elina, you should be strong and independent. You should love your new home.” Now I m try my best to adapt myself to the new environment. Puff’s pals are my pals. We sometimes share with each other. It is strange that I resemble Puff so much, then we seem to be very close with each other. Anyway, my new life begins.
But one thing makes me a little bit frustrated that Puff is in his nice dress while I wear nothing. So my parents gonna buy me some nice skirts this week. We search on the internet and find http://www.lovelonglong.com/ I think everything on this site is my favourate. I gonna be in awesome dress not before long. Soooo happy.

 
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