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Old 11-29-2007, 06:51 AM   #1661
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Actually,...what if I crated DS and put the doggie in his room... ;) !!!
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Old 11-29-2007, 05:49 PM   #1662
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Old 11-29-2007, 05:55 PM   #1663
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Actually,...what if I crated DS and put the doggie in his room... ;) !!!
Now there ya go
I think the steps you've taken, are wonderful Way to go Mom!

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Old 11-29-2007, 06:16 PM   #1664
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Actually,...what if I crated DS and put the doggie in his room... ;) !!!
As you can see my poster I made a few years ago we also had crazy puppy.She tore more stuff than I listed and refused to house train we had to get forceful with her.And yes we still have and she is a good dog now.
Many thanks to GB for putting up poster for me.
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Old 11-29-2007, 06:20 PM   #1666
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you guys need to get a cat. They are so much less trouble!

You have to put up with catattitude but... it's worth it for the love you get ( on their terms.) :)
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Old 11-29-2007, 09:02 PM   #1667
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HEY,does any one appreciate this poster?I had to take it out of its frame,scan it and beg GB to post it.It was either make the poster so I could find the humor in her bad behaviour or speed up Daisys demise or give her away we knew no one would put up with such behavior and her life span would have been very short which we would never do so we stuck with it.She really is a good doggy now.No she really is and we love her.
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Old 11-29-2007, 09:40 PM   #1668
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I love your poster, JP! It made me laugh out loud and also remember a neighbor's boxer who ate a whole wet suit once!!
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I love your poster, JP! It made me laugh out loud and also remember a neighbor's boxer who ate a whole wet suit once!!
Thanks FM, Daisy happens to be 1/2 boxer.OMG I never thought we would turn her around she was completley impossible of all the things she destroyed it was the National Geographics that really pissed me off as I was starting a nice collection.But as I said before she is alive and well I would never have hurt her but she really made me want to.
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It's funny - they really are just like kids in so many ways. I know some kids that I honestly didn't hold out much hope for them ever becoming "civilized", but the actually turned into fine people. And I've had some dogs and cats that definitely tried my patience to the point of wanting to "find them a good home in the country with lots of room to run".

I did have to turn one cat into an outside cat because he wouldn't quit peeing on everything in the house. He promptly lost a fight with a raccoon - and I mean permanently lost. One of my kids is still mad at me for that but I really couldn't break him of spraying in the house.
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