|07-11-2014 03:56 PM|
|07-11-2014 03:49 PM|
Two options > !!
Hang the guy by his neck against the wall - feet off the ground until he; "outs" the rag I inserted in his mouth or call the police and press charges for animal abuse and "felony" the jerk for the rest of his adult life.. An 8 week old pup, come on girl !
I just don't understand anymore..
|07-11-2014 03:34 PM|
|07-11-2014 03:20 PM|
|07-11-2014 03:00 PM|
|Sunflowers||Get a front door (entry) lockset. Seriously. The one for indoors is worthless and can be opened with a credit card.|
|07-11-2014 02:55 PM|
Yes I just moved in and am in college, I'm 22 and she's 20. She has a Pomeranian that I've never seen him act that way to. He THANKFULLY does not live here and will be at a different school in the fall so he won't be here nearly as much. I know that if my boyfriend was here and he saw it happen, he would have absolutely done much worse to him. He loves Atticus as much as I do. I agree with the comment that I hope he does something back to the bf when he gets a little bigger.
He was much better this morning about his leash and collar, we went on a long walk. I think spoiling him and letting him sleep in my bed made him feel a little better! I did do the touch collar, treat, touch neck, treat. Fantastic idea!
I'm actually leaving right now to go get a door knob with a lock on it. When he comes back over, there will be a long talk with him (with my boyfriend and roommate in the room) about what is expected with my puppy and how to treat him properly. If rules aren't followed, there will be much more serious actions taken.
I have tried my very best to protect him as much as I can. He definitely knows I am safe and he's very velcroed to me.
P.S. If it was MY boyfriend that acted that way to him, he would have been long gone by now and I would have definitely ripped him a new one.
|07-11-2014 12:11 PM|
I'm thinking... less extreme... at first. Have a serious talk with the roommate and/or boyfriend. If they don't respond or don't seem to care.. then I would let your roommate know you are looking for a new place and she can pay full rent.
BUT if they see your point and all that. Still don't let them alone with your pup, keep him in your room locked. Your roommate doesn't need a key to your room at all.. but give them a chance to change their ways. Some people are just down right ignorant and/or don't view animals as things to take care of..
|07-11-2014 12:06 PM|
"Practice collar grabs with treats - reach towards his collar, give a treat, grab his collar give a treat, rub his neck gently, give a treat. He should bounce back quickly and when he is working well for you, have your boyfriend do the same.
From now on, the roommate's boyfriend has ZERO contact with Atti. Though I'm sure you were already going to do that."
(Sorry, that was a quote from Pax. I haven't gotten the hang of quotes yet!)
|07-11-2014 11:54 AM|
|07-11-2014 11:51 AM|
|my boy diesel||
i am sorry i thought she meant her own boyfriend was the one doing it
well if there is any way possible to make the room mate move i would do it
a person who does that to a 9 week old puppy will do it to his girfriend or baby either one!
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