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Danielle Simons

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  • As pointed out, size of dog and projected life span of such makes a lge factor in determining activity and age. But even breeds can vary widely within sizes. For instance bradycardic (sp) small dogs like pugs will be less active sooner than say a ja…
  • I 100% agree with Sabi. I was sitting back to ensure I didn't post a knee jerk response and that was the also the piece of info that most resonated with me, that the dog is 11 and in 10 yrs has never shown aggression. You didn't say if the dog has s…
  • The high ground theary would be a reaction to associating the sound with possible flooding and so she seeks high ground to avoid drowning. BUT....I would think in that case she would be more inclinded to jump on a bed or the back of a soda eve, some…
  • I totally "get" the b&W obsession! I have a black and tan obsession which is why I always fantasized about have a rottie (did have one for about 6 month. Loved him. His dad not so much and had to leave, sadly taking Rutger was not an option) but…
  • Hi, I'm new, don't want to intrude but really could not help myself after reading that. I mean, my God. My two sons who are not the most responsible kids knew better at 18 how to handle thier dogs (first dogs for both-not in the same localation son …
  • Sometimes primal instincts take over when it comes to certain things and vomitting can be one of them. Animals in the wild leave nothing of thier scent that could identify them to predators. They don't stay where they poop or bury it. Vomit in part…
  • Jackson;s mom brings up some very good points I didn't initially consider because I am physically capable ofhandling Sadie on a very ong lead so she can have the exploration walks she needs. And I have experianced her prey drive and that would defin…
  • I know nothing about training service dogs, but I AM totally deaf and legally blind, I see fine cevtrally about 20% visual flield, beyond that I have no periprial vision at all (I have a malabsorbtion disease that has caused extensive nerve and bone…
  • PS- After reading his bio I am all the more convinced he is a keplie. Especially the part about being a VElcro dog. Mine always is in the same room as me unless my dad is eating. Then as soon as he's done, back to my room. She even stays on my doorw…
  • I am a new member but I will chime in my two cents and say he definately looks kelpie to me too. Where in CA are you? I'm in the Palm Springs area. Is your dog neutered?

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