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  1. #11
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    Shit??
    Peace!

    It sounded a little unfriendly did it? Oops. I didn't mean to step on anyones toes! Maybe I should mention that I'm struggling with an assignment and have therefore definitely too much time on my hand where my mind is going blank in front of a screen. I guess I stop talking now. And start reading...
    Last edited by margoo; 06-07-2013 at 05:33 PM.

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    Hi Margoo

    I know what you mean, using the forum to procrastinate. I'm doing it too - can you tell I'm working on paying my bills right now? The sad part about that - is unplugging the internet for a bit - won't help me. Cos I use that to pay the bills. Sigh.

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    I know! It's pathetic... But there we go... I'm back again and the assignment still hasn't written itself. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahh

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    if you want to talk in 'pack' speak, you have already segragated the pup from the 'pack', they're inside in privelage and the pup is outside. Get the pup a crate and don't worry about it interacting with your little ones unless you are there to control then and supervise, a pup should bond with you more then worry about your little dogs. Your smallies should also not be resource guarding and bullying, that is behavior you're permitting because they think they can get away with it. Same rules for everyone.

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