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Team Dog Lovers [round 2]

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My dog didi. she's super smart, can open almost any door, unless its a sliding glass door, and can climb 6ft privacy fences with no problem. She's somehow pregnant, which is odd since we keep her inside most of the time, and when she's outside, we're outside. The first puppy will be named jesus.

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I hope she don't live in a 1 bedroom apartment! Those things get huge. A neighbor of mine had one growing up. We called it Cujo because it would sit outside and just bark at us when we rode our bikes by. Scared the shit out of us because of it's size. Eventually I went over and made friends with it, but it was like petting a couch.

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One must always be careful where to pick battles when it comes to the women. First morning of training today went okay but this dog is going to need a lot of work. Start group obedience classes in a week or so.

 

She howls like a monkey when you let her out on the line or leave her in a car for even a second.

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not all women are bad at dog naming......the only reason my dog is named didi is because we already had a dog my brother gave me that he had already named dexter. Normally I name them shit that my husband won't be embarrassed to call out in public.

 

 

Ladybug is a very gay name.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fox_Terrier_%28Smooth%29[/url] Adopted from some owners who did not have the time to give her the time she needs. 4 yrs old.

 

Still trying to figure out the new name but thinking of going with Piper.

 

 

 

my dog is a fox/jack russell terrier wire coat mix

she's amazing.. very hyper the first 5 years or so

named her pogo cause when she was rescued, she could jump like 5 feet high

 

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Ladybug is a very gay name.

 

Trust me. I know this. I argued with my girl over it, but she just threw the "homophobe" card at me. She also did the same thing when she brought home a pink/red/white striped sweater to walk her in during the cold season.

 

We never call her Ladybug though. We call her "bug."

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This dog jumps also, pogo is a good name choice. It is a little daunting to think about just how much trainings she needs but I can tell that she will respond well to it.

 

Thinking about getting a crate and doing some crate training but feel that I should do some more research before going all in on that path.

 

Watson, what did you find worked to discourage jumping all over the place upon the arrival home? I am going with the turn away until the dog stops and then greeting the dog/

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I'm a fan of naming dogs rediculously normal Human names. Like 'Greg' or 'Steve'. So like when you're at the dog park and your little nigga starts acting up... "GREG GET OVER HERE." or... "STEVE DOWN. DOWN STEVE" It's fucking funny. And people look at you all wierd. That is all.

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my dog was crated about the first year of her life. from then on out it was strictly commands

she had occasional accidents and shit but what can you do, it happens

usually when she was younger if you opened the door she would take off then have a nice chase

that stopped after a year about also. terriers are excellent learners but love small game

my dog still goes crazy after rabbits, squirrels, little birds.. they're hunting dogs, it's what their breed is all about

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I'm want to adopting a frenchie, would you adopt from a http://www.frenchbulldogrescue.org/

or how would you go about it.....

 

My girl looked into that before we bought ours. They're really strict and have you jump through hoops to get the dog, especially if you're a new dog owner. Try it though. Most of those dogs are puppy mill dogs, so you're definitely helping that dog out. Just research the health issues that come with that so you know what to look for with the dogs.

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