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trip to the vet.

Post by Lone Hanse » Thu, 30 May 2002 23:07:00



    Today we went to the vet, as Ezra has brown spots on 2 teeth. I was
worried that it was bad, and that we would have to pull her teeth out, as it
turned out her teeth are fine.
    At the vet Ezra behaved so good. The vet today has never seen Ezra
before, so I warned her about Ezra who doesn't like being touched by
strangers, and who is very nervous. When we were done the vet complimented
me on my calm well behaved friendly dog, and she didn't believe that Ezra is
a handful. It seems as if we have come a really long way, since people don't
believe me when I tell them what she can be like.
    yesterday My flat mates parents and his sister visited. Ezra was an
angel, the only time she growled was when my flat mate's father tried to
enter my office.
    Can it be that she is getting close to normal ??? I can't believe it :-)
Lone
 
 
 

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Post by Jerry How » Fri, 31 May 2002 00:02:48


My students would have all their problems solved in less than a week...


Quote:
>     Today we went to the vet, as Ezra has brown spots on 2 teeth. I was
> worried that it was bad, and that we would have to pull her teeth out, as
it
> turned out her teeth are fine.
>     At the vet Ezra behaved so good. The vet today has never seen Ezra
> before, so I warned her about Ezra who doesn't like being touched by
> strangers, and who is very nervous. When we were done the vet complimented
> me on my calm well behaved friendly dog, and she didn't believe that Ezra
is
> a handful. It seems as if we have come a really long way, since people
don't
> believe me when I tell them what she can be like.
>     yesterday My flat mates parents and his sister visited. Ezra was an
> angel, the only time she growled was when my flat mate's father tried to
> enter my office.
>     Can it be that she is getting close to normal ??? I can't believe it
:-)
> Lone

 
 
 

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Post by Beth » Fri, 31 May 2002 00:49:18


You are to pat yourself (and Ezra too) on the back from me.  You have done
such a wonderful job!!!


Quote:
>     Today we went to the vet, as Ezra has brown spots on 2 teeth. I was
> worried that it was bad, and that we would have to pull her teeth out, as
it
> turned out her teeth are fine.
>     At the vet Ezra behaved so good. The vet today has never seen Ezra
> before, so I warned her about Ezra who doesn't like being touched by
> strangers, and who is very nervous. When we were done the vet complimented
> me on my calm well behaved friendly dog, and she didn't believe that Ezra
is
> a handful. It seems as if we have come a really long way, since people
don't
> believe me when I tell them what she can be like.
>     yesterday My flat mates parents and his sister visited. Ezra was an
> angel, the only time she growled was when my flat mate's father tried to
> enter my office.
>     Can it be that she is getting close to normal ??? I can't believe it
:-)
> Lone

 
 
 

trip to the vet.

Post by Lone Hanse » Fri, 31 May 2002 04:22:07



Quote:
> You are to pat yourself (and Ezra too) on the back from me.  You have done
> such a wonderful job!!!

    Thanks a lot.
Now I just need to work on her car chasing manic, and her growling at other
dogs.
Oh well I need something to occupy my time !
Lone
 
 
 

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Post by Gwen Watso » Fri, 31 May 2002 04:25:40


Quote:

> Now I just need to work on her car chasing manic,

I can relate and need to work on the same thing myself.

Gwen

 
 
 

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Post by Kevin Michael Vai » Fri, 31 May 2002 07:56:49




Quote:

> > Now I just need to work on her car chasing manic,

> I can relate and need to work on the same thing myself.

You chase cars?!?
--
Kevin Michael Vail | Dogbert: That's circular reasoning.

http://www.vaildc.net/kevin/
 
 
 

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Post by montana wildhac » Fri, 31 May 2002 10:03:04




Quote:
>     Today we went to the vet, as Ezra has brown spots on 2 teeth. I was
> worried that it was bad, and that we would have to pull her teeth out, as it
> turned out her teeth are fine.
>     At the vet Ezra behaved so good. The vet today has never seen Ezra
> before, so I warned her about Ezra who doesn't like being touched by
> strangers, and who is very nervous. When we were done the vet complimented
> me on my calm well behaved friendly dog, and she didn't believe that Ezra is
> a handful. It seems as if we have come a really long way, since people don't
> believe me when I tell them what she can be like.
>     yesterday My flat mates parents and his sister visited. Ezra was an
> angel, the only time she growled was when my flat mate's father tried to
> enter my office.
>     Can it be that she is getting close to normal ??? I can't believe it :-)
> Lone

Sounds about right, Lone. Your good work is paying off. Seems like Ezra
is feeling more secure and comfortable with you.
 
 
 

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Post by Jerry How » Fri, 31 May 2002 15:05:19


You got any suggestions to break car chasing? I can do that in
one session... maybe almost an hour taking into account time
to travel to different locations. Probably bout 40 minutes to
get any dog to forget about chasin cars. Only one dog I ever
had problems with was one that lived at the intersection
the police motorcycles used and he'd pulled a couple of them off
before I was asked to train him to attack properly. j;~_



Quote:



> > > Now I just need to work on her car chasing manic,

> > I can relate and need to work on the same thing myself.

> You chase cars?!?
> --
> Kevin Michael Vail | Dogbert: That's circular reasoning.

> http://www.vaildc.net/kevin/

 
 
 

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Post by Lea » Fri, 31 May 2002 18:37:55


Quote:

>It seems as if we have come a really long way

And in quite a short time.  Ezra is lucky to have you. :}

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