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Athena'sMom 02-13-2014 09:12 AM

Mommy's Little Helpers!! LOL!
 
I was doing the dishes this morning and I turn around and find my puppy lounging in the dishwasher! The funny thing is his buddy Athena was busted doing the same thing when she was a puppy! Here is my silly babies.. Enjoy!
Sinister Black @ 11 weeks
http://i1312.photobucket.com/albums/...ps8f53d93e.jpg
http://i1312.photobucket.com/albums/...psff6b22cf.jpg
Athena at 12 weeks old!
http://i1312.photobucket.com/albums/...ps2d88d59e.jpg
http://i1312.photobucket.com/albums/...pse9448f5d.jpg

holland 02-13-2014 11:19 AM

lol-and she looks like she belongs there-cute pup

SuperG 02-13-2014 12:15 PM

LOL...yes...looks perfectly content there....

Hope it's a sturdy dishwasher when she's 70-80 lbs.

I always have to ask when I see choke collars on dogs when they are not in a training environment...or maybe that isn't a choker perhaps...anyway..I'm sure you always have an eye on them while they have the chokers on...

SuperG

Athena'sMom 02-13-2014 01:22 PM

Super G,
It isn't a choke collar it is a rolled leather Martingale... He is way to young for a choke collar.

SuperG 02-13-2014 01:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Athena'sMom (Post 5016290)
Super G,
It isn't a choke collar it is a rolled leather Martingale... He is way to young for a choke collar.


Thanks for the correction...as I wasn't quite sure....does this particular style of collar have a bit of control benefit to it ?? Never used one and am just curious as to the rationale for using it...I am currently thinking of getting a rolled leather collar for my pooch and wonder if a Martingale might be one I should investigate. Can I assume as tight as it might get, would it still be loose enough so as not to worry about the dog choking itself if it got it hung up on something ? And...is this a collar that I can leave on all day ?

Thanks,

SuperG

Athena'sMom 02-13-2014 01:58 PM

I love the martingale collars. The give slight correction without choking or causing harm to the larynx. I prefer leather to nylon because it has more give, better for their fur, and looks better. I am also able to use it through out training without having to get him multiple collars.. Except when he grows out of it, of course.

I do not leave any collar on my pooches when not being supervised, and never will say any collar is safe to do so..

KathrynApril 02-13-2014 02:02 PM

OMG they are both so adorable!

Sp00ks 02-13-2014 02:17 PM

Cute pups. Ours has thrown his front up on the door but hasn't fully climbed up there....yet...

I am really liking the Martingale collar, especially while they are young. Athena'sMom, can you give me a link to the one your using? I'm using a flat nylon version. It works but I'm not a huge fan. It was the only one I could find locally when my trainer suggested one.

Athena'sMom 02-13-2014 02:38 PM

Sp00ks,
I got it Saturday at the Winter Classic Dog show in Indy from a vendor there. Here is their website pro-mohs.com. Super soft leather. I love it!

Sp00ks 02-13-2014 03:09 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Athena'sMom (Post 5016706)
Sp00ks,
I got it Saturday at the Winter Classic Dog show in Indy from a vendor there. Here is their website pro-mohs.com. Super soft leather. I love it!

Thank you


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