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Post by TheAmazingPuppyWiz.. » Sat, 17 Dec 2005 12:07:27



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> > I am new to this group. Do I need to join the group? Or do I just post?
> > I have many questions about dogs.

> Just post like you have.

> And ignore the resident lunatic.  If you have the capability, killfile him.
> But definitely ignore.

> ~~Judy

Date: 27 Sep 2005 07:20:42 -0700

Subject: Re: Sheltie and the paper boy problem

HOWEDY judy aka queenie,

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> > Good grief!  You do like to ramble and
> > paise yourself don't you?
> Gwendy - ignore the idiot..

You're the IDIOT, judy. Your POSTED CASE HISTORY
of jerking and *** your "shelter rescue" dog
will PROVE IT, as we'll all see in the following:

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> If you have a kill file, use it.

You're a little EMBARRASSED, eh judy?

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> Most of here never see his posts.

Then HOWE COME I'm the #1 topic of discussion
as any searh on MY Archives will prove?

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>  Watch also for the crossposting that he inserts
> sending your message and his response to several
> other groups -

That's PARTICULARLY HUMILIATING and EMBARRASSING,
ain't it, judy. You've been reading and posting
your IDIOCY and ABUSE for years on my forums.

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>  many of them totally unrelated.

No, they're all related, judy.

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> You are going to have a great time with your new beagle.

You mean, in two years when she finally HOWEsbreaks IT, judy?

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>  Lucky dog that he found you.

"LUCK is for SUCKERS," The Puppy Wizard's DADDY <{); ~ ) >

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> Now.  Housebreaking a previously kenneled beagle.

Dogs HOWEsbreak INSTINCTIVELY at four weeks of age, judy.

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>   Going to take some time and patience on your part.

Only if she follows your ADVICE, judy. HOWEsbreaking
can be accomplished in WON DAY if we DON'T DO what you
and your punk thug coward mental case pals recommend.

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>   He is used to peeing fairly near his bedding area.

That's absurd, judy.

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>  He not only doesn't know what he's doing is wrong,

That's ABSURD, judy.

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> he believes it is acceptable.

That's INSANE, judy.

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> I assume that Sam manages to poop outside?

That's IRRELEVENT, judy.

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>  If so, then you have one foot up on the problem.

BWEEEEEEEEEAAHAHHAHHAAAA!!! Her DOG got WON foot up!

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>   He does have a level of understanding of
>   keeping his living area clean.

You mean his CRATE, judy.

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> There surely is a marking element in there - as you noted.

That's BECAUSE he's LOCKED IN A BOX, judy.

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>  First step to reduce that is to get him neutered.

That's CRUEL and INSANE, judy, and probably won't heelp.

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>   At his age,

A dog is a dog, judy.

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>  that won't stop it but it gives it a boost.

You're full of crap, judy.

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> Second - Nature's Miracle.

That AIN'T gonna heelp, judy.

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>  Clean everything he has ever peed on with it.

Dogs DO NOT mark over their own scent, judy.

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> If you can get a black light to check for stains, all the better.

That's ABSURD, judy.

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> You have to get the odor off those indoor marking posts.

THAT'S RIDICUHOWES, judy.

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> Third - I'd continue the crating

Of CURSE, because you're a IDIOT, judy.

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> when you can't be there with him.

THAT'S HOWE COME the dog is PISSIN INSIDE, judy.

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> When you> are walking him and he pees, don't just praise him.
> Praise him, pet him, throw a little party until anyone watching
> thinks you are totally out of your mind.

That's absurd, judy. THAT will DISTRACT the dog from
THINKIN of what he just done to "earn his praise.

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> Locate spots outside that he pees on your walks
> and take him there as soon as you go outside.

You mean instead of just teaching him to
relieve hisself in WON approve spot in
two minutes flat?

BWEEEEEEEEEAAHAHAHHAHAHAA!!!

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> If do see him lift a leg inside - or even start
> the sniffing that usually comes just before it -
> give him an "uh-uh"

THAT will REWARD his NEGATIVE ATTENTION GETTING DEVICE.

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> and take him outside to one of those spots as quickly
> as you can get a leash on him and shoes on you.

You mean, instead of teaching him to ASK to go HOWET?
Don't forget the cookies, judy. The dog will EXXXPECT
his cookie for goin HOWET as a REWARD for MARKING INSIDE.

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> These trips outside are to pee, not to play.

You're a IMECILE.

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> When he pees, he goes right back inside.

Oh? You mean, as a REWARD?

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> If he only plays, he goes right back inside

And lock IT in the box again?

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> and you try again in a few minutes - half an hour
> or sooner if he gets sniffing again.

BWEEEEAAHHAHAHAHHAAA!!!

That won't train him to ask OR to CON-TROLL hisself, judy.

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> There is an added level of difficulty to
> housebreaking a dog who has been kennelled.

That's ABSURD, judy. HOWEsbreakin is INSTINCTIVE
at four weeks of age, judy.

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> I know a***er spaniel owner whose pup had been
> raised on wire in a kennel - and had gotten used
> to peeing there.  The dog actually looked for wire
> grates - such as the floor heating ducts in their
> house!

That's NORMAL, judy. NO PROBLEM for RETRAINING him.

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> The smaller the kennel was, the more
> difficult your job is going to be.

THAT'S INSANE.

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>   But you *can* do it.

Yeah, in TWO YEARS like most of the other dog
abusing mental cases who lock their dogs in a
box, judy.

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>  Sam can learn new house rules.

NOT if he's LOCKED IN A BOX, judy.

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> What he's doing was allowed before.

No, that was NEVER "allowed" judy.

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>  You are going to have to really clean
>  the odor out of everything you can.

That's ABSURD and IMPOSSIBLE, judy.

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> And then you're going to have to be super-
> vigilant while Sam is learning the new rules.

THAT WILL REINFORCE HIS NEGATIVE ATTENTION GETTING BEHAVIOR.

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> He's old enough -

He was "OLD ENOUGH" at 4 weeks of age, judy.

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> his bladder is mature enough - to hold it while
> he's crated for a fairly long period of time.

THAT'S WHY HE CAN'T BE HOWEsbroken, judy,
BECAUSE of the crate.

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> It may seem like it will take forever to retrain him,

Some dogs WON'T LIVE that long, judy.

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>  but once it's done and you look back, it
> won't have been all that long.

That's INSANE, judy.

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> Hope this helps.

You're a MENTAL CASE, judy.

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> ~~Judy


Date: Wed, 21 Sep 2005 11:53:18 -0400
Subject: Re: Weekend Brag

<snip idiocy>

And yes, Spenser is also capable of acting as if I beat
him on a regular basis so I also get that point.  He acts
that way if some OTHER dog is getting yelled at.

If, for instance, the bag of garbage got left on the floor
open and the dogs are starting to stick their heads in and
I yell, Spenser will act like it's the end of the world.

Sassy will back up a step, turn her head and give the
most perfect "What?" look.  Spenser's feelings are hurt
if you yell at Sassy.

Sassy's feelings are impossible to hurt.

~~Judy


Date: Fri, 23 Sep 2005 09:11:01 -0400
Subject: Re: Approaching you dog with affection and via versa.


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> Spenser has a practice of flying through the newspaper
> into your lap if you're reading it rather than paying
> attention to him.

After I typed this, I got thinking - laughing about this
is definitely a small dog thing!  Can you imagine one of
Melinda's dogs doing the same thing?

Although I wouldn't put it past most boxers I've known!
And at least a few of the Dobes!

Spenser likes to curl up with his feet tucked into hand.
And then he either tucks his chin also inside my hand or
rests it across my wrist.

Both he and Sassy also grind their teeth just a little
as they relax just before sleep.

It's pretty cool.

~~Judy


        Subject: Re: Thanks and sorry
        Date: 2002-02-21 17:13:36 PST


        message

        >
        > The way she looked at me. I am so sorry that I let
        > her down. I hate myself and will never forgive
        > myself. I promised her that I'd take care of her to
        > the end. Who am I to decide when her life should end.

        You did not let her down.  You did take care of her to
        the end.  If she bit one of your children then she was
        no longer herself.  That was not the dog that she
        wanted to be and she was not living the life that she
        wanted to live.  She needed you to take care of her
        and make the decision and take the actions that she
        could not.  She knows that everything you did
        for her you did out of love - love for her and for
        your child.

         She also loved your child and for her to attack indicates
        that she was not herself and that she was not happy in
        her life.  Maybe with time you can remember her look
        as one of love and trust that you would do the right
        thing - which is what you believed with all your heart
        that you were doing. That's the most you ever get.

        > Now, I question my judgment.

        And I can't tell you that you won't continue you to do
        that for quite a while.  I have had dogs put to sleep
        when vets were telling me that it was not black and
        white.

        You have to know your own dog and your own
        situation. And that doesn't mean that you won't
        second-guess but as you know, there's no taking it
        back.

        I cried for a long time and beat myself up
        over the last time - did I really do *everything* I
        could have?  It took perhaps a year before I could
        have peaceful dreams about the dog again.

        And in spite of all the second guessing, the only possible
        end was always the same, I did what was best for the
        dog.  He was not happy in his life and I couldn't
        promise either of us that it was going to improve any
...

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Post by showdogb.. » Sat, 17 Dec 2005 12:24:44


since you are new to this group let me warn yoo. it is not child safe.
 
 
 

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Post by justsaywh.. » Sat, 17 Dec 2005 12:28:55


omg

judy judy judy!

jesus man!

what in the HELL are you doing while you write that

what

 
 
 

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Post by showdogb.. » Sat, 17 Dec 2005 12:31:21


"So long as the DOOR'S SHUT or she got her FOOT
in her dog's face."
not apropriate reading for children will be reported immmediatly to
google.ca and google.com
 
 
 

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Post by justsaywh.. » Sat, 17 Dec 2005 12:33:59


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> "So long as the DOOR'S SHUT or she got her FOOT
> in her dog's face."
> not apropriate reading for children will be reported immmediatly to
> google.ca and google.com

put a clothes pin on your lips please