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    1. Dally Banjo
      Dally Banjo
      You must be absolutely heartbroken, Im just gobsmacked that was the last thing I was expecting to hear :( I hope your husbands hand is'nt to bad, poor Monty at least he had a lovey life with you xxx
    2. Dally Banjo
      Dally Banjo
      OMG I am so very, very sorry, absolutely devistating :crying: huge hugs to you all xxx
    3. Dally Banjo
      Dally Banjo
      How's Monty now :) x
    4. Dally Banjo
      Dally Banjo
      All fine here thanks :D Im glad he's settled in :thumbup: Spots have weird language you should hear Banjo when he goes to the vets :rolleyes: its not a whine or howl cant describe it but its realy funny & the smile that goes with it all :lol: Holly is more of a rrrrrr especially if she does'nt get her food on time :rolleyes: the boys are much more laid back :thumbup:
    5. Dally Banjo
      Dally Banjo
      How's your little spot getting on :D
    6. Dally Banjo
      Dally Banjo
      Oh god yes :eek6: Banjo sounded like he was being skined alive :scared: only a couple of nights thank god our old MC cat made friends with him so kept him company :thumbup: you should check out British Dalmatian Club :: Index lots of info on diet & spots there :D
    7. Dally Banjo
      Dally Banjo
      Just wanted to say congratulations on your new spot :thumbup:
    8. leashedForLife
      an article *cynthia AKA c-j anderson wrote on Helium -
      Victoria Stilwell or Cesar Millan: Who would you call? - by Cj Anderson - Helium

      there's a poll - VOTE! :thumbup: please... :)
    9. leashedForLife
      i;m sorry to hear about the painful shoulder / leg -
      i really hope a 2nd vet might give a better sugg for Rx, what a shame for U and
      the pup; i feel for ya. thinking of U both,
      --- terry
    10. ShannonLouise.
      Haha your welcome, thankyou for the comment on Toby :)
    11. leashedForLife
      >> i think when i mentioned a decent trainer and a willing, responsible owner could do the job better than any shock, i pushed it too-far :lol: <<

      well, i should SAY, :laugh:
      whats wrong with U, eh? expecting dog-owners to be willing to train + responsible!,
      let alone consult a $#%@! trainer... Dont want much fer yer 2-cents, do yer?! :lol:

      thanks for the laugh, hun,
      --- terry ;)
    12. leashedForLife
      i am so sorry to hear that, hun - :nonod:
      many GSD owners and some trainers think that *sHoCk!* is needed to train Shepherds, nothing could be further from the truth, sadly.
      GSDs are big dogs, but highly trainable + emotionally sensitive - i have seen in my lifetime, many-more GSDs who were *ruined* by shock-collars than ever were MADE by their use. :(

      anyone who uses shock in any form on a dog - to punish barking, to punish boundaries, to punish undesired behavior - is simply too lazy or ignorant to find a pos-R alternative; and they will reap the whirlwind that they sow.
      in bitter irony, the DOG often pays the ultimate price. :thumbdown: then in a few months or years, they get another pup or dog...
      and do it all again. :eek: some people never learn.

      shock is not a teaching tool - nor a safe aversive - IMO + IME. :nonod:
      hang in there, the tide is slowly turning - AGAIN - back to pos-R after the recent detour.
      all my best,
      --- terry
    13. bevstretton
      Hi YA
      am over the moon with one of our GSD's he has always suffered since a pup first with black bold skin under his arm pits, vets never knew what caused it, as yrs went by he had really bad times, now at 5 1/2 yrs old he is looking really good, because he was never diagnosed even after many tests, its been a case for me to try everything l have learnt, alittle at a time naturally.
      He is my baby and has fur on his tum after a yr now, his fur colour is back to normal, and is putting weight on, not like his brother, there has never been any health issues with him what so ever
      Take care
    14. bevstretton
      Hi Sam
      How is that gorgous King of yours
    15. leashedForLife
      hey, sam! :--)
      go to the thread, hun -
      there are directions to enter No-Shock-Collar-Coalition in the SEARCH box, but U have to go to BROWSE first - which is middle of the the linked-page. i guess FB does not want to make life easy for guests, :lol:
    16. leashedForLife
      some good news! ;)
      *No Shock-Collar Coalition* joins Facebook... - Pet Forums Community
    17. sequeena
      She's not been too bad. She hasn't ripped anything up but she is quite eager to go out lol no this is her second season :D I prefer bitches to dogs lol
    18. sequeena
      Hello nice to hear from you again :) My 4 are fine. Sky my GSD is just coming out of season :D bless her she's absolutely dying to go for a walk.
    19. leashedForLife
      Pet Forums Community - View Single Post - some *CM/DW* facts
      :D C ya... soon? :lol: hugs...
    20. leashedForLife
      thank U for the invitation, hun! happily accepted,
      --- terry
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    Mother to 3 beautiful kids
    3 horses
    4 cats
    2 dogs
    & Wife to best husband in the world x:D
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