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Thread: Recorded Banj This Morning

  1. #11
    Join Date
    Nov 2009


    baby gates don't do any damage to the doorways. Mine and not fixed in place, it's hard to explain but you expand them and they are held in by pressure no nails or screws.

    I was thinking that he may be able to be confined to a kitchen and use wee pads by the back door or if it is a sliding door you put a pce of dowel in the track so it cannot be opened any wider than required for the dog to get in and out. My mum does this for her little dog.

    My baby gates are put up whenever we've got a litter and will be removed after winter as I have very pale carpet and the paw prints drive me mad.

    It may be time to try a collar if your neighbours are getting narky, I like the air ones as the citronella ones leave the dog covered in the smell and they can sometimes become accustomed to it. Your council may rent them out.

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Mar 2010


    Thank you everyone.
    Just had a bit of an emotional meltdown with recording him the other day inside this tme and he is still barking. Barking a lot less then outside though and yeah at least inside the neighours cant hear and we can work a little less frantically to fix him up.
    Recorded him a couple of days since and he has calmed down significantly (a bark every 10 minutes instead of non stop)

    He can now run outside and not go nuts at the fence thanks to a squirt bottle so are able to leave the door open for him again.

    anyways thanks for everyones concern and support but I think we will be just fine

  3. #13
    Join Date
    Apr 2010


    Quote Originally Posted by Jazz & Banjo View Post
    anyways thanks for everyones concern and support but I think we will be just fine
    Good to hear. Suspected you would be

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