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 Honestly, it's a day by day or week by week thing... Sorry


@Soap: I went through the same thing with my boxer, he had a keen nose for the most expensive item laying around... ahem @taramay 's coach sunglasses...  Trust me, you'll be fine, just be patient, train, train, train, train the kids too, and in a few years you'll have forgotten how rotten a puppy he was! 



Aug 10, 2012 - 08:28 pm
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Also, Tara's DVDs, Tara's favorite cookbook, and I'm sure many other things that have been forgotten. I can't even remember how many times he chewed the cable line. He was a complete terror. But, I got some satisfaction when puppy Billy ate his own poo and promptly barfed it up on @ohhappypets bare leg. He also stole and ate an entire container of French Onio Dip. That dog is a mess, but we live him dearly. Some days more than others!

Aug 10, 2012 - 08:39 pm
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Ha, I have had to fix the outside AC unit twice as well already.  ;-)

Aug 10, 2012 - 09:07 pm
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He was probably trying to get it to work outside. Haha! Dogs are nuts. Colt onced managed to get the brand new $200 sheets off my bed and shred them. HE WAS INSIDE THE CRATE! I don't know how he moved the whole thing next to the bed...but he did. I sat down and cried that time. Wouldn't trade him for the world though.

I think if you were able to get your kids to play with him, instead of irritating him, he'd do a lot better. There's a thing I got for Zora when she was in her busy body stage, it's a ball that they have to roll around and when it rolls just right a treat will fall out. I used to full that thing up with her dog food and that's how she got her meals. It kept her busy for a long time and got some energy out. I LOVED that thing. Maybe toys like that would help your pup keep busy instead of taking his energy out on the A/C unit!!

Aug 10, 2012 - 09:33 pm
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Soap...does he gave a high prey/toy drive? if so...a flirt pole would wear his terrier ass out in 15 minutes.


If you could do this for 15 minutes on those 3 days before you leave, I think it would help some!

this is my dog getting worn out with the flirt pole without much effort by me






I agree with Tara about the interactive toys too.

Aug 10, 2012 - 09:41 pm
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omg, I thought it was going to be the in home stripper pole. Haha! Anyway, I need one of those!! For the dog...not myself. I'm pregnant, that would just be inappropriate.

Aug 10, 2012 - 10:02 pm
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Whenever I tell people about the flirt pole the first thing I say is "now it sounds bad, but..."
Lol

Aug 10, 2012 - 10:35 pm
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Yes, he does. I will look into it. He has a fox like the one in that video that he loves to play with.

Aug 11, 2012 - 06:48 am
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You could not go wrong with hiring XJAMIX!   She is so good with dogs and just loves them!

Aug 12, 2012 - 10:57 am
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Now that i am at hime I can see the picutures you posted of your dog....   He is georgeous..   I would seriously consider taking him if I didnt already have my two golden retrievers and a Sr Shih tzu that does not have much time left with us...

Aug 12, 2012 - 11:38 am
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