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Puppy Place > I'm not a pit bull
Sheba

BAAroooooWoooo!!
 
 
Barked: Sun Aug 1, '10 6:09am PST 
Huntington-
BOL I've gotten wolf before with Sheba.
"How can you bring a wolf to a dog park?!"
"I'd never have THAT in my house"
People really have no sense.... it's really king of sad.

On the pitbull front- I often get "Is that a pitbull?" with William, (who is a pittie) but when I say yeah I often hear- "well he must be mixed with something- because he's so nice...." thinking
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Dog Laws & Legislation > Permission to use your dogs pictures?
William

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Barked: Mon Jul 26, '10 9:36am PST 
You have my permission to use William or Shebas pictures. smile
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Food & Nutrition > Pet Food Horror - Pet Food Contains Dead Dogs and Cats

Cookie (In- loving- memory)

I AM the boss!
 
 
Barked: Mon Jul 26, '10 9:29am PST 
I used to work for a few years at a "no kill" shelter. No- kill simply met that they did not euthanize to make space. If an animal is beyond help- too aggressive (serious bite to a person) or sick and not treatable- they still euthanize. Since there were very few euthanized at the shelter I worked for they had an outside pet cremation service(same one vets use)that would come pick up the animals. Prior to becoming "no kill" the shelter had it's own crematory. Also the dogs didn't just sit in kennels all day- they had 3 large fenced in yards that they would let the dogs out to run in twice daily. The dogs that got along well with each other had buddies they would run with. Anyway kind of got off topic! The whole reason I posted was to answer the question "Where do all the dead dogs and cats go?" And the answer is they get cremated.
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Behavior & Training > How do you juggle three dogs??

William

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Barked: Tue Jul 13, '10 8:09am PST 
Oran-
Sheba and Cookie always take longer to eat than the boys who wolf down their food, so they always get their dishes put down first. And Cookie takes longer than Sheba to get to the kitchen.... so I guess that's how they ended up in that order big grin

I do always feed the cats before the dogs though..... probably because they're less patient kitty
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Behavior & Training > How do you juggle three dogs??

William

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Barked: Sat Jul 10, '10 7:09am PST 
How does one get the qualification of "crazy dog lady"?? lol

I have 4 dogs, they all eat in their own seperate spaces in the kitchen. They have a feeding order- Sheba, Cookie, William and then Murphy. They all sit for their meals, except Cookie- I cut her some slack since she's 14 and has hip displaysia. William has to sit and wait until I release him- b/c he's a little over eager big grin

They get walked in pairs- Cookie and Murphy (who need a shorter walk) and Sheba and Willy.

I train them individually when they learn new things. After they know a command I do it together. I usually use their names in front of the command when their together, unless they all need to do something- then I just say the command.
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Food & Nutrition > Pop up ad
William

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Barked: Sat Jul 10, '10 6:24am PST 
I concur! applause

***ARGGG! Right after I posted that I agreed, the darn add froze up my screen. It messes up the backround....
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Food & Nutrition > Great dog food info!

William

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Barked: Fri Jul 9, '10 5:30pm PST 
I was surfing around checking up on this new food I started feeding my dogs-
I came across this website and thought I'd share it with my fellow dogsters. It has listed ingredients for just about every dog food, and a breakdown of the good and the bad -

http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/
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American Pit Bull Terrier > Leaving pit home alone with another dog?

William

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Barked: Mon Jun 28, '10 1:56pm PST 
I think it depends on the dogs. Since your guys get rowdy over their stuff it's probably a good idea to seperate when your gone. Sheba and Willy are really close- and he gets upset when seperated from the other dogs- so everyone runs around with each other when we're out.
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American Pit Bull Terrier > Dumbest APBT comment you've ever heard?

William

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Barked: Mon Jun 28, '10 1:12pm PST 
****all pit bulls go crazy when they reach 4 to 5 yrs old.****

I guess I better tell Willy that - he's 5yrs now- so he's about to miss his "crazy" deadline. BOL

big laugh

When I adopted Willy when he was 6mos I told Murphy's groomer that I was getting a new dog and she was like awww... what kind? I said a pitbull and she was like "OMG are you crazy?? he's going to eat Murphy!" needless to say I found a new groomer. Willy didn't eat Murphy even though Murphy will actually chew on his legs- and Willy just stands there. wink
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American Pit Bull Terrier > Should shelters
William

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Barked: Mon Jun 28, '10 12:46pm PST 
Of course shelters should adopt out pitbulls, and any other breed as long as the individual dogs are friendly. Mostly shelters do temperment tests before putting any dog up for adoption- regardless of breed. Willim wsa transfered to our local animal shelter from Philadelphia animal care and control when he was 6 mos old- and thats where we adopted him from. Our local SPCA is about 80% pitbulls b/c they deal w/ cruelty cases in the city. They recently had a fund raiser we went to and they had alot of dogs from the shelter there- all very loveable and not aggressive at all towards the other dogs. If I wasn't already at myu doggie limit I'd have taken any one of them. puppy
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