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Old 12-22-2011, 02:03 AM   #31 
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My beagle basset knows that when humans leave, we use the "door knob". the "door knob" opens the door. So, when we leave (she has separation anxiety) she has broken 2 teeth and chipped about three others, chewing on the doorknob trying to open the door!

Wait until she knows how to unlock the door
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Old 12-23-2011, 09:46 PM   #32 
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Lol, my pomeranian has separation anxiety... I keep her locked in a kennel with a stuffed kong otherwise she'll chew through the walls and destroy the door.... my Chai, my pitbull, and Punk, the little feral pup, are kept loose.... but they sleep on the couch all day, lol, Chai actually knows how to open doors (luckily she can not unlock them!) pain in the but at my BF's parents house since they NEVER lock their doors :P
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Old 12-23-2011, 09:56 PM   #33 
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You are a good person for saving those pets! What youhave taught Chai is amazing!
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Old 12-28-2011, 11:02 PM   #34 
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I think it's beyond awesome that you rescued all these animals! We rescued a pitbull ourselves and after 2 sessions of classes and regular training and exposure, he's an amazing dog! I love hearing about people rescuing pitties :3 we got so much negativity from people and still do, it's sad to hear it because these are the people that will allow a BSL law to get through...
I've heard people saying that "these dogs are bred for aggression, it can't be trained out" but I can't help but disagree. Our Ziggy loves any dog that ever lived! (well, not the greyhound in our neighborhood that bullies him, but I don't like her either XP) In my opinion, it's all about training, exposure/socialisation, and knowing your dog and his signs. I always know what Ziggy is thinking and I can get him out of an uncomfortable situation as soon as it begins.
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Old 12-28-2011, 11:08 PM   #35 
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I know someone who owned a female rottie... and what a sweetie! They had kids when she was like...5... and she was the mellowest thing around them Then someone had a pitbull who just waddled around minding his own business, and never even heard a growl out of that thing
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Old 01-05-2012, 10:44 AM   #36 
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@Jackiebaby I also have a Bluetick. Her name is Jypsie.
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