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    Ok no knickers or handbags here Im a 41 year old MALE...............
    I have to have a few coats for him it still gets cold at night and daytime sometimes.
    there wont be many its not easy to find them his size lol
    I never liked carob chocolate either.

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    Im sure your jocks will be just as stolen as knickers, and 41yr old males wear sox? they'll have to do.
    The intruder with knife sounds scary!

    Carob is not chocolate, is brown solid setting paste for folks who dont have self worth

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    Ok I got sox and yea he loves them when on my feet lol.
    Carob isn't chocolate and never will be your right.
    Now I got to deal with separation anxiety he's fine sleeping in the crate at night. We got past missing his family but I can't leave the room without him barking constantly. I'm trying to stay out of sight until he stops but its taking a while. I was looking for a crate training thread last night but couldn't find one. I think I need to go back to the start.
    I think I messed the progress up by not letting him out of my sight all day Friday and most of Saturday after what happened Friday morning.

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    'Kingsley1972' - This is what I normally put up for new members and I am sure you will find something useful via the following links:

    http://www.dogforum.com.au/puppy-dis...-calendar.html

    Free downloads | Dog Star Daily

    Knowledge Base | Steve Courtney Dog Training

    kikopup puppy tips - YouTube

    Leslie McDevitt: Control Unleashed�: Home Page

    Patricia McConnell PH.D. | McConnell Publishing Inc.

    Now as far as separation anxiety is concerned regarding your pup – the answer is a resounding no ! Separation anxiety is overused and the fad catch all phrase to describe basically spoilt bratty pups !

    What happened on the weekend was terrible and wouldn't have helped - but thank the powers to be - that both of you were safe !

    Really all you have is a pup who is using whatever means it wants to get your attention. It is up to you to teach pup about quiet time and being by itself.

    So continue on with the training - all is not lost ! We have all gone through it ourselves with our pups.
    Good Luck ! smiley-eatdrink004.gif

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