Ha, ha, I like that!
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Ha, ha, I like that!
Where do you keep his crate? Maybe if you moved it into your bedroom near your bed that would help.
I have an ebook with dog themed printable word search puzzles for those of you who like puzzles:
And she acts like a lion, ha, ha.
She likes playing with stuffed toys, she likes sinking her teeth into them. Some of them look so worn and dirty but I don't have the heart to throw them out...
It's a nylabone. That's about the only thing she is not able to destroy, lol.
You would be surprised at how big a Chihuahua's mouth can get:
Thanks much to you both.
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I would also keep her crated if she can't be watched closely. The more accidents she has the harder it will be to break the habit. If she doesn't go while outside put her back in the crate and a few...
This can turn into a very serious and dangerous problem, you need a trainer come over to the house to show you how to deal with it. Going to classes won't mimic the kind of conditions in the house...
That's some makeover! I love his new look. You going to keep it that way or let it grow back? I'd keep it.
I agree with Jessika, you should at least call your vet and see what he recommends.
That's mine now.
Hey that's great! Your new fur buddy must be glad you're a failure, at least in this instance, lol.
How about a pretty plush stuffed dog? They are well behaved and come in all colors. Some are even remote controlled. Seriously, I don't think there is a right dog for her unless she is willing to...
My chihuahua could use some boot camp, lol
I've read that hound breeds are good with children.
I was also going to suggest a problem with the eyes. It doesn't necessarily need to be sensitivity to light, failing eyesight can also make a dog be reluctant to go outside.
When my Chihuahua was a puppy a day didn't go by that she didn't get the hiccups. She's now 7 years old and rarely gets them.
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