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Rescue, Adoption & Happy Endings > This is my story.
In memory- of a special- Dozer

Dozer - Just love me
 
 
Barked: Sun Aug 13, '06 4:48am PST 
Thank you to all who have been so helpful and I do love these dogs and all animals.
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Rescue, Adoption & Happy Endings > This is my story.
In memory- of a special- Dozer

Dozer - Just love me
 
 
Barked: Sat Aug 12, '06 11:25am PST 
Thank you all. Mom went to another forum and posted and we have never seen such mean people before - down right nasty they are. Even as much as called mom a lair about haveing people who say she is doing good. They really upset mom, I don't think she'll be going there any more.
Any ways some good news. Mom told her boyfriend that she was thinking of trying to rehome us and he didn't like that idea. Now he is starting to get involed(sp) and talking about turning the small garage into houseing for us. So keep your paws crossed that he sticks to this idea and remains helping.
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Rescue, Adoption & Happy Endings > This is my story.

In memory- of a special- Dozer

Dozer - Just love me
 
 
Barked: Sat Aug 12, '06 6:13am PST 
I have no contact with my brother-in-law, I would not allow him near my dogs. Yes I talk with my mom, I love her very much but I still hold a lot of anger for what she did and I will never understand why she did it but she is my mom and won't be here forever. Suzy-Q thank you for the e-mail address and I will e-mail them right away.
One of the biggest problems I am haveing right now is that not all the household adults agree on rehomeing the dogs. There is a lot of fighting about the issue right now. Oh yeah it's 5 dogs and 4 cats, 1 dog is 19 years old and his health is getting bad which is very upsetting - I wish he could live forever.
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Behavior & Training > favorite toys

In memory- of a special- Dozer

Dozer - Just love me
 
 
Barked: Fri Aug 11, '06 2:47pm PST 
Dozer and Sadie both have had a bad cuz for about 3 weeks with no damage at all. The beagle pup ate the feet off his but other than that it is fine also.
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Behavior & Training > HELP!!, i am attacking my sister, and i dont want to have to find a new home!

Sadie

Sadie - Born to be- hugged
 
 
Barked: Fri Aug 11, '06 2:40pm PST 
Maybe you could feed them in different rooms.
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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > put an aggressive dog to sleep? HELP!
In memory- of a special- Dozer

Dozer - Just love me
 
 
Barked: Fri Aug 11, '06 12:41pm PST 
What about us that can't afford A trainer or behaviourist? What do we do? I agree to do all you can but honestly not ever can afford training and such, that is just a fact of life. So what do we do??
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Rescue, Adoption & Happy Endings > This is my story.

In memory- of a special- Dozer

Dozer - Just love me
 
 
Barked: Fri Aug 11, '06 12:30pm PST 
Hi Magnolia and everyone, what prompted this post is I have been trying so hard to find help and I hear a lot of insults because these dogs are chained outside. I get accused of not careing about them and get asked why I have dogs I can't afford training and such for. I get told I need to give them up but that no one else will want them. Which in short means Kill them because I am poor. I get asked why I have dogs when I have a social disorder, it just goes on and on.
So I posted I guess partly because I needed to vent, the stress is getting over welming. Also I hope it makes people think and maybe some will be slower to judge and faster to help. I don't know.
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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > put an aggressive dog to sleep? HELP!

In memory- of a special- Dozer

Dozer - Just love me
 
 
Barked: Thu Aug 10, '06 12:48pm PST 
I am not saying you should or shouldn' put your dog down. I just wanted to point out that many people would say that it is irresponsible to keep an aggressive dog alive?? This is one reason why these decisions are so hard. You are told by some that it is irresponsible to put down an aggreesive dog and then others who say it is irresponsible to keep an aggressive dog alive??? I am not trying to attack anyone, just pointing out how hard it is to know what is the right thing to do.
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Behavior & Training > Leash Frenzy...

Sadie

Sadie - Born to be- hugged
 
 
Barked: Thu Aug 10, '06 12:13pm PST 
http://www.clickerlessons.com/attention.htm
You don't need a clicker, you can just use a word such as yes instead if you don't have a clicker. Hope it helps.
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Rescue, Adoption & Happy Endings > What course of action? Opinions please...
In memory- of a special- Dozer

Dozer - Just love me
 
 
Barked: Thu Aug 10, '06 11:28am PST 
Good luck, Buddy is lucky to have some who loves him so much.
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