|02-02-2016 07:10 PM|
|Robbins5||Any advice on getting our puppy to chew a nylabone? He just doesn't seem to care for them.|
|02-02-2016 03:28 PM|
|Jenny720||Also going away on vacation and leaving them behind i always feel terrible even though my dad watches them and in good hands.|
|02-02-2016 03:16 PM|
|rileydog||Having to come home every 5 hours. Vet bills are a close second.|
|01-18-2016 11:28 PM|
THE HAIR!!!!! ALL THE FRICKIN HAIR!!! Lol. But we manage. Word of advice, DO NOT turn on a bright flashlight on your floor if you don't wanna know about it or see exactly how much hair is on your floor.
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|01-18-2016 11:01 PM|
|Glacier||Fixing and acknowledging your mistakes because we humans will surely screw something up.|
|01-15-2016 08:43 PM|
For me..at the moment... its leaving in the morning to the sounds of her whining. Long term..I'd have to agree with alot of you on their shorter life span then us. In only 8 months the bond has grown so much and will definitely continue to grow
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|01-05-2016 02:22 AM|
Since GSD's seem to like continuity, it's doing the SAME thing every day, at the same time. We've had crappy weather where I live (rain!) so we had to play tug of war a lot, and learn to take naps.
OTOH, the Nylabone finally stated getting chewed on.
I like having a plan in place, but I'm not so good at dealing with changes to the plan.
|01-05-2016 12:00 AM|
|MikeZ33||Leaving them at home when i have to go to work.|
|12-25-2015 07:01 AM|
Definitely say goodbye.
Leaving me with these thoughts.
|12-25-2015 06:23 AM|
|MadLab||For me the doggy business is easy, it is the real world business which is difficult|
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