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    JJames

    Widely debunked by who?
    Hmm

    American Veterinary Assocation
    Ian Dunbar
    Farley Mowatt (Never Cry Wolf).
    and others.

    I might provide links in the bus driving thread so as not to hijack this one but you can use google I'm sure.

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    Well, it looks like it is on.

    Millie is having a sleep over at our neighbour's tonight with a view to a permanent move. Even the kids have taken to the idea that this is a good thing for Millie. It's heartbreaking in one sense, but we also know we are doing the best thing for both pups.

    Thanks so much to everyone for all your support and advice on this issue.

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    which one is millie in your avatar? i was just thinking how great if i could give one a home. My ex had a staffy (brandy) and she was just the most loving of animals! i love them, not over cockers, but very close! millie is my cats name so would be bit confusing lol

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    Millie is the one on the left

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    NAW she was my favourite! if only i was your neighbour! lol

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    Oh I recognise those puppies in your picture. Were they being sold on a website?

    Admitedly I could be confused as I browse a lot!!

    Please to hear it looks like oyu may have a home for one of the girls. Lovely. And a great set up too with being able ot watch her grow.

    Dan4nas, I am the same with my dogs as you seem to be. The have pretty free reign to act however they want, as long as they stop when told to. This means that yes we get jumped on when we get home from work (I love that part) and it also means at bedtime they will try and sneak into our bed etc etc. We have never had any trouble or aggressiveness.

    We also dont do any pack leader stuff. Everybody just fits into the family wherever they fit in.

    Our dogs are well behaved and do what they are told (mostly lol).

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    No they weren't being sold on a website. It is amazing the difference in Rascal since Millie left for her sleepover. In fact the only time she acted up at all this evening was when I brought in a bed from the kennel outside because we gave their night-time one to Millie's prospective owner. Rascal went a bit crazy and started biting the bed and I can only think that it may still have smelled of Millie a bit much. Other than that she has been the picture of a happy, settled puppy.

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