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    Quote Originally Posted by fitnhealthy View Post
    A few of you mention that your dogs are indoor by choice, but would you leave them long hours inside and would they be happy indoors for 8 hrs or so? Do they have a doggie door so they can come and go as they wish?
    Mine is happiest inside. I let her out in the yard for her to pee/poo, but when I just let her out for a breather, she stands at the door, looking inside and at me in turns .
    I don't want to have a doggy door because a dog needs to have boundaries and limitations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masha View Post
    Mine is happiest inside. I let her out in the yard for her to pee/poo, but when I just let her out for a breather, she stands at the door, looking inside and at me in turns .
    I don't want to have a doggy door because a dog needs to have boundaries and limitations.
    & people wonder why dogs bite their owners..


    Yeah, limits & boundaries, & what if your dog needs to go to the toilet & no one is there to let the dog out, either your dog will toilet in house or be constipated for hanging on so long.

    By the sounds of things your poor dog sounds like it lives in a concentration camp. I so feel sorry for your dog.

    ohh thats right your just 1st time dog owner & another younger adult who thinks they know it all about dogs..ffs grow up & freaken start treating dogs with some bloody kindness & compassion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aussie Floyd View Post
    & people wonder why dogs bite their owners..


    Yeah, limits & boundaries, & what if your dog needs to go to the toilet & no one is there to let the dog out, either your dog will toilet in house or be constipated for hanging on so long.

    By the sounds of things your poor dog sounds like it lives in a concentration camp. I so feel sorry for your dog.

    ohh thats right your just 1st time dog owner & another younger adult who thinks they know it all about dogs..ffs grow up & freaken start treating dogs with some bloody kindness & compassion...



    You might nor agree with the persons' comment AF, but was that really necessary?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post


    You might nor agree with the persons' comment AF, but was that really necessary?

    Yes it was necessary, imo the forum has already been bombarded with enough crappy dog owners & other teens filling it up with crap

    I'm freaken sick to death of mean dog owners & the way they treat their dogs

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    You know what? I treat my dog with kindness, and I have in no way abused my dog (as you have implied). How dare you accuse me of such a thing? If Dora will be left alone for a long time in which I know she cannot hold her bladder, we will introduce pee pads a few days before we leave so she can get used to them, and not soil where she shouldn't or be constipated! I do not think I know all about dogs - I came to this forum for the opposite reason - to learn more. I may be 15 and a first time dog owner, but I will not tolerate being accused of such things.
    And aren't you being a bit hypocritical Floyd? You whip out the concentration camp comment, while you flamed Tkay for her Nazi remark.
    Last edited by Masha; 01-11-2010 at 12:05 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masha View Post
    You know what? I treat my dog with kindness, and I have in no way abused my dog (as you have implied). How dare you accuse me of such a thing? If Dora will be left alone for a long time in which I know she cannot hold her bladder, we will introduce pee pads a few days before we leave so she can get used to them, and not soil where she shouldn't or be constipated! I do not think I know all about dogs - I came to this forum for the opposite reason - to learn more. I may be 15 and a first time dog owner, but I will not tolerate being accused of such things.
    And aren't you being a bit hypocritical Floyd? You whip out the concentration camp comment, while you flamed Tkay for her Nazi remark.
    Good post. I think you're a fantastic dog mummy and Dora is just the cutest! What breed is she again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    Good post. I think you're a fantastic dog mummy and Dora is just the cutest! What breed is she again?
    Tenterfield Terrier. Great dogs. They're very guarded through puppy hood though... I'm having trouble getting her to play with other dogs SHe sniffs them calmly, but that's it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masha View Post
    Tenterfield Terrier. Great dogs. They're very guarded through puppy hood though... I'm having trouble getting her to play with other dogs SHe sniffs them calmly, but that's it.
    Well at least you know you've got a great little watchdog there!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disneygotpierced View Post
    Well at least you know you've got a great little watchdog there!
    Yes. I was out in the yard last night and she started barking at something. Later I realized it was the possum because she started barking again and this time I actually looked. I'm hoping that she'll bark every time someone comes to the door; it'll be a great door bell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Masha View Post
    Yes. I was out in the yard last night and she started barking at something. Later I realized it was the possum because she started barking again and this time I actually looked. I'm hoping that she'll bark every time someone comes to the door; it'll be a great door bell
    I love the way you talk about her like you've had her forever. So cute!

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