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Lisa33

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  • in reply to: Introduction to Agility #79084
    Lisa33
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    Well done to you both!!

    It’s amazing how close you and the dog get with agility and it’s even better when the thrive in doing it!! will def go back when have finished uni ;D

    in reply to: Introduction to Agility #79074
    Lisa33
    Member

    lol!! 😀  Bless, bet he thought he was being thoughtful ::) 😀

    in reply to: Introduction to Agility #79072
    Lisa33
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    Well done to Nacho!!  Sounds like he will be a natural just like Emmy!! (must get her back in to it!! will write it on list of stuff to do when uni finishes!! ;D)

    So glad you enjoyed it too ;D

    in reply to: how to deal with seperation anxiety #92716
    Lisa33
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    Oh no!! 

    It sounds like your making progress though 😉  I have been going through a similar thing with new pup Blu, I was crating him when going out but my other two roam free, he would cry and howl for ages.  felt guilty he was in there and they wern’t.  So chanced it the other day and left him with just Emmy in the kitchen, sat outside the front door and didn’t hear a murmer!! ::)  He likes to be with his new sister ;D  At least he settles with her ;D

    in reply to: how to deal with seperation anxiety #92714
    Lisa33
    Member

    What a good idea!! At least you can get a chance to see how they are really behaving when your out!! ;D

    in reply to: female dogs hormonal cycle © #91618
    Lisa33
    Member

    My mum’s youngest yorkie had a couple of blind seasons before she actually had a proper one.  She doesn’t have them anymore

    in reply to: German Shepherd #79993
    Lisa33
    Member

    Oh, I’m not blaming the breed. 

    I just meant that I was weary of them before and even more so just from the experience, it was the owner that was totally irresponsible as it had a muzzle on but was too loose and it managed to grab at Emmy’s leg.

    Not here to offend ;D

    in reply to: German Shepherd #79987
    Lisa33
    Member

    Yes, I feel like that too, never known why ??? Just feel very wery of them.  Even more so when Emmy got attacked by one 🙁

    in reply to: Nature’s Harvest #80948
    Lisa33
    Member

    I read somewhere not to give salmon or tuna ???

    I use mackeral and sardines, sometimes herring if I buy it fresh from the fishmongers (thats if hubby has a bad day of fishing :-[)

    in reply to: Nature’s Harvest #80944
    Lisa33
    Member

    Sounds good, have you searched it on the net?

    I know Hill’s science plan does something similar in a complete so had a little bit of a heart attak when first read your post!! (Nasty stuff >:D )

    in reply to: Alaskan Malamute #80169
    Lisa33
    Member

    Yeh! so were we, everytime she ran we were making boingy noises!! ;D  Very mature :-\ 😀

    in reply to: Alaskan Malamute #80167
    Lisa33
    Member

    Beautiful!!!

    Ihave to agree bad choice of red suit fir the lady with the flat coat :-\  And tha way she ran was hilarious!! her shoes were far too clumpy!! ;D

    in reply to: BLOAT / GASTRIC TORSION #93092
    Lisa33
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    [quote author=kizkiznobite link=topic=4384.msg63424#msg63424 date=1155673531]
    and genetics – runs in lines
    [/quote]

    This is what worries me with Emmy, as her mum died from it.

    in reply to: training – left and right – clicker style #92493
    Lisa33
    Member

    Ok guys!  Be warned, I am now armed and dangerous! 😀

    Have my new clicker, it’s the one that Joly has but got mine at [email protected] for £2.49! 

    Did my first session with tons of dried out liver 😛  Emmy was really good and responded well (thank doG!)  will do a couple more sessions and then will be ready to move on!!! ;D

    in reply to: training – left and right – clicker style #92492
    Lisa33
    Member

    [quote author=waggi link=topic=3988.msg60994#msg60994 date=1155196401]
    BIGGGGGGGGG HUGGGGGG for Bev
    [/quote]

    Most Definately!!! ;D ;D

    Right, I will start with a clicker and see how we get on, keeping it simple.  Will stop with the stops for a bit until we have got the understanding of the clicker.  Oh there’s so much to remember!! :-\  will keep you posted! might take a while though!! 😀

    And thanks again Bev…your a star :-* :-* :-*

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