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I think the price varies depending on how many sessions you do.

Bernese Mountain Dog Discussions / Re: We're moving!!
« on: June 23, 2008, 09:19:51 am »
We are about 2.5 hours away from that area near Charlotte. We should meet up one weekend

I know of a behavoirist in NC that may travel or may know someone in SC, I will look up her number and PM it to you. She works with rescues a lot and also does training / behavioral training for introducing babies. We have several people in the neighborhood that let their dogs run loose, I use the leave it command (when I see the dog) or sit or down stay when I see one, only once has the other dog approached Adak in a bad way and when I got finished saying what I had to say, I have not seen that dog offleash again! One thing to keep in mind is to make yourself very aware of your surroundings, infron, on either side, and behind you, when you are with your dog either walking or in a petstore. You may be able to judge your dog, but not someone elses. Adak was just attacked a few weeks ago by a dog he use to play with all the time. Not severe, just scrapes on his snout and nose, but it was lack of education of this dog on my part and lack of the owner for watching thiers.

Per AC it appeared one was kicked in the face with a boot, not sure who did it though. The owners weren't there when he took them. Our main concern was that: They did not get hit by a car and they go back home or to a loving home. One of us is going to call later to make sure the owners picked them up as we do NOT want them getting PTS they are really precious and the one that was extra cautious was walking around wagging his tail at Josh this morning. Their gums and teeth and poop looked really good though, so I am in hopes it was not the owners that abused them and that they pick them up very quickly.

I have possible good news....someon e is looking for the pups. We have to turn them over to animal control with word that if the owners do not come to call us immediately! Also showing them the open wounds on one dogs face.

I think for a short time they will, but not sure about long term as they grow. Adak is a good dog, but I have seen the aggression with other dogs as they go for alpha. They will have atleast one round of shots today, if they check out we will introduce them and see. The active one pees everyewhere I am almost positive due to nerves, everytime he sees or hears someone he piddles and the other just shakes. They cuddle together it is so cute, I just went to check and potty break them and they were sound asleep. Josh bathed and took some pics last night, I will try to get them posted ASAP.

BPO I need your help, we were going to my mom's today and saw 2 possible black lab puppies on the road. I could not leave them there as it was noticeable they were malnurished. They were both under fed and one was beaten, they are both boys, I can not keep due to same sex aggression with malamutes and worry about what could / cold not happen. I will post pics tomorrow with weight and ages. They are sweet, one is very much timid, he is all black the other has white on his chest and is very outgoing and knows sit.

Alaskan Malamute Pictures / Re: Adak - 16 months old
« on: June 09, 2008, 06:57:51 pm »
I had to go back and count, he was 1 in Feb. time flies, he is the sweetest dog I have ever had....I can't wait for he and our baby boy to meet. I will be loaded with pics :)

She looks very happy with your family! My little many loves smaller dogs, he even thinks he is a lap dog and can sit on the back of the couch!

I love it! I had to show people at work it is sooo cute...Kate is such a good Big Sister!

Alaskan Malamute Pictures / Adak - 16 months old
« on: June 09, 2008, 01:13:58 pm »
I thought I needed to update on some pics of my little man! He is doing great, trying to get him ready for the baby to come in October!

and you have to post some pics! We love them!!!

Congrats on your new family member. You can take her out on leash and take her to the spot to potty. Since she is older and in a new surrounding this could be part of her way of "marking" her territory. I know Adak likes to go in certain places. It may take a short time, but should work.

General Board for Big Dogs with Big Paws / Re: NDR...Its a......
« on: May 15, 2008, 05:25:30 am »
After the first trimester and a huge scare at the hospital during the beginning of my second, things are going smoothly. Adak is wonderful, I am letting him sniff everything and we even found ourselves coming home to tell him he was going to have a baby brother. His lly up for a rub! He licks my belly and sometimes will lie his head on it. Josh wants a Jr., so the baby will be Josiah Russell. :-* We can't wait to see him and Adak together.

General Board for Big Dogs with Big Paws / NDR...Its a......
« on: May 14, 2008, 07:42:03 am »
Very healthy baby boy! We found out yesterday, I am 18wks4days.

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