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Behavior & Training > Canine Behavior Explanations
Cider- Doughnut- Shenanigans

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Barked: Fri Oct 12, '12 4:54pm PST 
Interesting. Cider's behavior varies greatly depending on the dog and the situation so it doesn't surprise me that according to that she falls any where from assertive to submissive. Does that mean she is well balanced?thinking
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Behavior & Training > Trust Training
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Barked: Fri Oct 12, '12 4:44pm PST 
http://fearfuldogs.com/

Really great resource for fearful dogs( or any dog really). Good luck!
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Behavior & Training > How do you feel about invisible fences?

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Barked: Fri Oct 12, '12 4:38pm PST 
Personally I am not a fan. Aside from the obvious physical injuries, they can also cause unseen emotional trauma. I once knew a dog that was a nervous wreck in her own yard. She would also bark and nip at any person trying to leave the house. After extensive work with a behaviorist it all came down to the invisible fence, going out side meant terrible things to this dog so she was terrified to go outside and tried to warn anyone who wanted to leave that outside was unsafe. Thankfully with counter conditioning and discontinued use of the fence they managed to get her passed her fear, but it's sad to think she spent any amount of time feeling like a terrified prisoner in her house.
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Behavior & Training > Training a Hand-Shy Dog

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Barked: Fri Oct 12, '12 4:20pm PST 
http://fearfuldogs.com/training-games-for-shy-dogs/

Some great resources on this site. Though, obviously his fear is not as extreme as many of the dogs she has dealt with, these tips have help me with my slightly hand shy rescue pup. The hand targeting was especially helpful. Good luck and thanks for helping a pup out!
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American Foxhound > Probably American Foxhound ... anything else?

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Barked: Wed Oct 10, '12 6:38pm PST 
Haha! Cider is the same with the tape measure, I have tried ( unsuccessfully to measure her for a jacket!).I think hounds and hunting dogs in general are just sensitive little souls! Hope all went well with you 1 yr exam. Cider's will be coming up soon, she turns 1 in November!
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American Foxhound > Probably American Foxhound ... anything else?
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Barked: Sat Sep 22, '12 5:12pm PST 
Awesome! I want to do a DNA test at some point too. And I will be putting up new pics soon !
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American Foxhound > Probably American Foxhound ... anything else?

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Barked: Fri Sep 21, '12 6:22pm PST 
I should add, that the current photos i have up, she was much younger. Newer photos of her show a much stronger resemblance to your pooch.
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American Foxhound > Probably American Foxhound ... anything else?

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Barked: Fri Sep 21, '12 6:01pm PST 
Squeeeeee!She looks just like my Cider!Who I believe is foxhound and some type of pointer (brittany perhaps?). Cider is 10 months and about 43 lbs. Not sure of her height. They look soooooooo similar! Right down to the photo with the stick!
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Grooming > Weird Comments from Groomers

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Barked: Fri Sep 21, '12 5:47pm PST 
I use to groom a pekingese that would lay down and roll on her back when on the table. Also have a few dogs that dose off during grooming to the point that they sometimes start to fall over...
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Grooming > Color dyed dogs?
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Barked: Fri Sep 21, '12 5:42pm PST 
I stencils and kool aid to dye designes in Cider al the time! There is no harm in it, and it isn't like she cares or is even aware of it! I don't understand why people find it to be cruel. Is it because you think it looks silly so it must be cruel? Because if thats the case then it must be cruel to do some of the fancier hair styles on poodles, because those are som pretty silly looks-continental cut anyone? Or miami clip? (sorry poodle owners, as a groomer i actually like those styles just trying to make a point)
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