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    Article: Dog-Help

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    long hard-sought experienced with the 'dog of my life', helped me learn how to exercise a vigorous dog athlete while riding my bike----a friend fell off and broke his hip recently, and I am sorry I could not instruct him.

    ride one handed---sometimes not possible allways risky--ok

    hold leish with both hands on handlebar--he-stops, the handlebar twists. you're on your head -NO!

    wrap leish around steering post and grip moderately with both hands on handlebar--my 70# poodle stops in one step from all out gallop to poop, and pulls leish from my grip easily--- if deer are in sight he will stop me, too cause i
    I grip harder

    commercial product attatched to frame ON "DOWN TUBE"--- could hurt dog's neck in sudden dogstop



    wrap leish around horizontal bar and rudderpost--more secure--may rub your knee

    KEEP LEISH SHORT ENOUGH SO DOG CANNOT CUT IN FRONT OF YOU--RUBBING THE WHEEL WILL FORCE HIM AWAY FROM THAT PATH--HE LEARNS--TO RUN, TROT OR GALLOP WITH SOME SLACK IN THE LEISH IS THE BEST

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    Jude & Sharda
    Thank you for this great place to share and learn about our favorite "fur-babies". I am looking forward to posting and reading!




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    Please help! Im at my wits end.

    My 3 years old mongrel (part collie) dosent know how to great other dogs, with out barking or charging at them even to pappies have try varios vays to correct it, with little succes. Other ways he very good and loyal. thank you
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    I have a 7 year old female Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who has mitral valve insufficiency - snores the house down and also has tracheal collapse sometimes but even so, loves to go for walks or just be a love sponge!




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    Sharda,
    I don't always have the time to thank you for this invaluable service (email updates and lessons, and now this forum), so - THANK YOU!

    I have been doing my research for 3 months now...I do not have a loving Boston Terrier yet, but I plan/hope to adopt in June or July --after I complete my Masters and can dedicate the time we both will need to learn from each other. I am no stranger to puppy ownership and doggie training, but it has been a long time. I am mentally preparing for the sleepless nights.

    Your tools and guidence are so comforting! If you have any recommendations/advice regarding my current state (and future plans); I am open to them!

    Thank you again!




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    please add chihuahuas to your dog breeds thanks amac




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    Hello, fellow dog-lovers!
    I own a nine-month old Yorkie named Taffy--'Taff' for short!
    My husband (a 'big-time cat lover') was not thrilled when I brought the puppy home at 16 weeks of age! (A very good friend of mine who raises great Yorkie pups told me to just try keeping the pup in our house for 3-4 days, and if my hubby 'really objected', then I could simply return the pup to her, no questions asked! Of course, I enjoyed owning the puppy so much that after one week, I didn't want to give Taff back! My husband started-out by 'ignoring the puppy completely'--which really puzzled the little fellow. Of course, you guessed it, as time passed, the pup has very steadily 'won my husband over'. At 9 months of age, the pup can now jump onto hubby's lap when he's in his t.v. lounge-chair. He will also throw some of pup's toys for him to 'fetch' and will turn-on the laser-chase toy which pup loves! I have not owned a dog since the 1970's (I had a miniature schnauzer then); so I really am enjoying this little guy a lot! He is just the right size for me--I just turned 60 yrs. old this winter. If there are any other Yorkie or small breed dog owners out there, I'd love to hear from you, too!




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    Dear Sharda,

    Let me start by saying thanks!!!

    I am not a dog owner yet, but since finding your website and receiving your e-mails, I have learned so much that I feel I am ready to make the next step; for all that I must say, I feel greatly appreciative!

    On the other hand, I have felt in love with the Yorshire Terrier breed ; and after reading so many different stories, I have to admit I am very scare of buying a Yorkie from just anybody.
    My question is, would you recommend a breeder I can trust, from whom I can purchase a pure breed healthy female Yorkie puppy?

    I live in New York City and have found it extremely dificult to find a person who would provide me with a healthy puppy; but above all, a person who I can trust as far as the provability of something going wrong.

    Any advice is greatly apprecitated!

    Respectfully yours,

    Erick




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    Hi Sharda,

    My dog got "Hematoma" after consulted with Vet...I would like to know how to take care with my dog & let's him gets well soon? thanks




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