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    Default Old member, looking advice & wanting to stay

    Hey,

    I was a old member here, TahlzSS, I think. I had things going on in my life so I just left, I felt awful but I got distracted. Things have settled down now except for a issue with Serenity (my Kelpie x ACD).*

    I've come back because of her, I'm looking for advice. I've been meaning to come back so I'll stick around now.

    I had the Animal Communication thread, so, if people are still interested, I'll go back to that once I'm ready. If you do remember me and I was meant to talk to your dog, Pm me.

    Anyway,

    I still have Sunny, my Lab x Staffy. He's 5. He's the friendly, goofy dog. I adore him.*





    Then there's Serenity. She is a year and a half now, she's a Kelpie x ACD. Now, I adore her, she's cute, funny, obedient, fun, loyal but she has fear/anxious issues and is a bite risk. I've come to the point, I don't know if I'm responsible enough to own a dog like her.






    I'm posting a thread in General to go more into detail about Serenity if anyone is interested.

    Thanks.


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    Nice dogs Tahlz. Hope you can sort out Serenity.
    I'm sure there will be plenty of helpfull people on here who know how to help her, unfortunately one of them isnt me....i just wanted to say hi and welcome back.


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    I have a question....

    If you do animal communication....why don't you find out what her problem is?

    I knwo a woman in NZ who actually has a business 'communicating' with peoples difficult pets and helping them sort it.

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    Thanks for the warn welcome Sean.

    Lala; I'm still learning to communicate. It's harder to talk with my own pets. I have had some one talk to her already though.

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    So shouldn't you be able to help her deal with her issues then?

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    I think Tahlz' other post can shed some light on this, Lala.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lala View Post
    So shouldn't you be able to help her deal with her issues then?
    Whats with the attitude?

    That is like saying that because people can tell you exactly why they are scared of something or why they are the way they are you should be able to just fix them. It doesn't work like that.

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    Beautiful dogs, and sorry to hear about your troubles. Is she biting people, animals or both? And has she actually bitten anyone yet, or just displaying threatening behaviour?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keira & Phoenix View Post
    Whats with the attitude?

    That is like saying that because people can tell you exactly why they are scared of something or why they are the way they are you should be able to just fix them. It doesn't work like that.
    Whats with the attitude?

    I think youll find i said "help her deal" nothing like "fix". No attitude involved at all, I was asking a question.

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    Hi and welcome back.
    I wish I could talk to my dogs and tell them to cut the slobber

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