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Behavior & Training > Marking in the house
Twinkie REST- IN PARADISE

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Barked: Mon Oct 3, '11 8:48pm PST 
Hey Fiona this is about my question hahaha Just Kiddinglaugh out loud. Thanks everyone I knew I could count of dogsterans. I will do what you all said the one thing is that he is not peeing, technically he is marking it's only small spots and on standing things like chairs and nephew and nieces toys. I will close him off though thanks again
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Behavior & Training > Marking in the house
Twinkie REST- IN PARADISE

My Best Friend
 
 
Barked: Sat Oct 1, '11 7:40am PST 
Hi Dogster World
I adopted a 3 year old Westie male from a shelter less than 2 months ago and he is marking in the house. He has been to the vet and there are no issues very healthy boy. He will not mark in front of people but he will when no one is looking so I can't stop him in the act. I clean the urine using Natures Miracle so hopefully it's working as well as the reviews say. My first dog Twinkie (RIP) never marked in the house. We let him go out at least 6 times a day I know he is not peeing he is marking. Please help I love this big dummy(said with love) but this is really driving me nuts and my parents don't mind giving him up, I won't let that happen. This morning I let him out and I went to the restroom less then 2 minutes and he marked on my nephews toy. Please any advice will be much appreciated.
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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday

Twinkie REST- IN PARADISE

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Barked: Sat Jul 30, '11 12:27am PST 
Wow it's been 2 months and I still miss her as much as I did the 1st day I had to put her down. RIP Twinkie I love you babygirl cry
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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday

Twinkie REST- IN PARADISE

My Best Friend
 
 
Barked: Thu May 19, '11 4:49pm PST 
Thank you everyone for your words of wisdom. I do hope that Twinkie knows I did it for her and that I will always love her and that though I will get another dog one day she will never be replaced. Olive thank you very much them seems like that's exactly what Twinkie was doing she was telling me she knew it was her time to go. I miss my best friend but I know she is in a better place.

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Thank you all
Keith
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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday

Twinkie REST- IN PARADISE

My Best Friend
 
 
Barked: Thu May 19, '11 10:33am PST 
Hi All
I had to put my dog down 2 days ago it was the hardest thing I've ever had to do. My family doesn't understand how I feel my dad said stop moping around. The thing that has been bothering me is that the day that I did it my dog turned away from me and faced a wall and just stood there prior to that she was breathing hard I'm guessing it was due to the pain that she had in her leg. I can't stop thinking about the fact that she still wanted to live. I try to believe that it was for her own good but I still miss her terribly.
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Senior Dogs > Suggestions on puting my dog to sleep due to Bone Cancer.
Twinkie REST- IN PARADISE

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Barked: Tue May 17, '11 5:58pm PST 
Hi all thanks for everything i made the decision today to put her to sleep. I know she was hurting and the specialist looked at the xrays and said her bone was missing mass basically walked on splinted bone. I know it was the right thing to do but ts killing me that i put her to sleep
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Senior Dogs > Suggestions on puting my dog to sleep due to Bone Cancer.

Twinkie REST- IN PARADISE

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Barked: Mon May 16, '11 10:42am PST 
Once again I appreciate all the replies. I know that im the only one who can make the decision but im glad there are peole like all of you who can assist with their life experiences in helping me make the choice. What about radiation treatment i know im not amputating that is not a option i want to take. Has any one had an older dog and how did they take the the treatment. When i first got my dog i put 400.00 each month into a savings account for future planing so money is not that huge of an issue, of course it is an issue but not a big part of one. I only want the best for her and i said it before i feel in my heart she wants to live.
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Senior Dogs > Suggestions on puting my dog to sleep due to Bone Cancer.

Twinkie REST- IN PARADISE

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Barked: Sun May 15, '11 12:25pm PST 
I would like to think that I'm not thinking of myself when I say she looks like she wants to be alive. I see it her eyes when I look at her that she has that light in her eyes. I guess it's like my aunt says her body is shutting down but not her mind. I know the time is coming just want to make sure the time is right.
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Senior Dogs > Suggestions on puting my dog to sleep due to Bone Cancer.

Twinkie REST- IN PARADISE

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Barked: Sun May 15, '11 7:30am PST 
Thank you everyone for the advice I am speechless how quick you all responded. I have not considered amputation my dog is old already and the vet said he is not sure how she would handle 3 legs, she is 17. I know that's old but I did do my best to keep her well I took her to the vet every 6 months for checkups and even if she sneezed wrong I took her. It got to the point that everyone knew my voice. The 2nd guessing thing is the worst part I keep thinking what if she wanted to live and I killed her. cry
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Senior Dogs > Suggestions on puting my dog to sleep due to Bone Cancer.
Twinkie REST- IN PARADISE

My Best Friend
 
 
Barked: Sat May 14, '11 11:25pm PST 
Hi All
I'm new to this even though I've been on dogster for awhile now. I was hoping to get some advice on how I would know when to put my dog to sleep she was diagnosed with bone cancer. She has trouble laying down and getting up she limps but when it comes to food she seems to have no problems getting up to eat. I can see in her eyes that she still has life and my family agrees and they are not really dog people. Any help and suggestions are greatly appreciated. I don't want to keep her alive for myself I only want what is best for her and I truly feel that she wants to be alive.

Thank you
Keith snoopy
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