Troubled Pit owner

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Re: Troubled Pit owner

Postby patty » Mon Sep 07, 2009 9:44 pm

Welcome to PBF!

Have you tried crating her while you are gone or when she isn't being supervised? Our dogs LOVE their crates, it is the safe zone for them and they willing go to them throughout the day just to take a nap or chill out.

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Re: Troubled Pit owner

Postby EmmasMom » Mon Sep 07, 2009 9:47 pm

I agree with the crate. My Emma-dog was having peeing issues and once we started crating (she's 7) it stopped. She LOVES her crate!

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Re: Troubled Pit owner

Postby MikeInTacoma » Mon Sep 07, 2009 10:00 pm

Hi lukeyn,

Dogs need to chew. If you exercise her, then when you're leaving, put her in a properly sized crate with a peanut butter Kong or similar, it sounds like it would solve your immediate issues, and you'd be able to keep the dog you love.

Anyway, post up a little more introduction so the moderators can approve you for the main forums here. The sample introduction should give an idea of what we're looking for. :thumbsup:


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