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    When she wants to chase cats or birds she belts up and down the hallway barking her head off and I ignore her, unless I heard the cat too, and then I let her out. Cats are not allowed to wake us up by fighting outside my bedroom window. They get the message quick.
    Lol, that's funny as! I should try that too

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    you just want to be sure if the cat doesn't run, that your dog will keep her distance, and not end up with a face full of infected scratch wounds.

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    Not to mention an ulcerated eye requiring surgery as Bandit needed when 3 months of age.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    ange what tipe of tricks
    If you are reading this then you're doing just fine as to
    I'm not going to tell ya I lost the ' , . ? ! " Keys to my head
    No grammar no problem I don't know how to fly it any way Bye

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    Quote Originally Posted by ruby mc nugget View Post
    ange what tipe of tricks
    Anything really. Batty gets me when the phone rings, when the washing machine finishes, when the mailman has come, when the cat is in something he shouldn't be, if the other dogs escape.

    He does the usual beg, roll over, shake paws, 'fist bump', bows (most of the time, we're working on distance with this one), fetches any item I indicate, puts washing in the basket, weaves through my legs (forwards & backwards), dances with me, speaks on command, plus all the usual obedience ones.

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    I what to train nugget to serives dog level it just i can find any class what does it here
    If you are reading this then you're doing just fine as to
    I'm not going to tell ya I lost the ' , . ? ! " Keys to my head
    No grammar no problem I don't know how to fly it any way Bye

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    Snoop used to wake me by tapping my face with his paw.
    5.50 am every day. Just as well I am a morning person.
    Now thankfully he has grown out of that (huge paws similar to a polar bear)
    and sits beside bed with heavy breathing and a soft yap.

    He used to scratch at the door for "poopy time" when he was little lol.

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    Last night she just stood with her front paws on the side of the bed staring at my face when she needed to go out. So much better! Though if I wouldn't have woken up from that, she might have jumped on me, hard to know. I suppose I can live with that anyway.

    I might try teach her the bell trick later when it's safe to not have the baby gate in the bedroom doorway (she will still go jump on my sleeping daughter to lick her if I don't watch her) and I can put the bell on the backdoor.

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    You could put the bell on the baby gate? And then move the bell when you don't need the gate anymore. Bell where you will hear it would be best.

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    OT a bit.
    Jodi is one month into her 6 week confinement (leash around coffee table) after luxating patella surgery.

    Overheard hubby last night on the phone in the next room telling someone what a good dog she is and how well trained as she puts her paw on my knee if she needs to go out on leash to toilet.

    Had to giggle as it was Jodi who came up with this method.

    Who trained who? lol.

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