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Old 07-03-2010, 10:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I want to send my dog into the after life talk me out of it!

Ok so my dog patch knocked my son down today in the yard and broke his wrist (buckle fracture). Darn dog has no boundaries some times. If somebody comes out the slider to enter the back yard he is like a wild animal greeting you (we got him to stop jumping) but he is very excited, does circles in front of you and starts licking your hands, legs etc etc. then as you proceed to walk down the stairs he is literally pushing you along (me and my wife almost fell a couple times too). So in short Im seriously thinkin about going home and putting a bullit into him. He broke my sons wrist for goodness sake, whats next pushing him down a whole flight of stairs, even if it is by accident, still not right.
P.S I dont need to hear how this is my fault, thanks for any reponses
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Old 07-03-2010, 10:51 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I don't see how any dog would behave that way with proper training and exercise. Of course we have had this argument several times with you when your dog is not behaving the way you want.
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Old 07-03-2010, 10:54 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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So I guess Im not goin to get any rep points for starting this thread . Should I do him in or what? I dont know about trained but the dog is exercised, at least as much as anybody can do (with a job and family)..........

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I would get him proper training!
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I would home him with a family that has the time for training or no kids.

Believe me I now all about time to work with dogs. I have 7 dogs that all live inside and 2 kids and work full time ( on a sweet vacation right now). I know what it takes to keep them in a state where they can be loose with my daughters ages 5 years and a 9 month old.

I don't think he needs a bullet, but I do think he needs a home that can deal with his energy level.


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If you can't handle his energy there is nothing wrong with that. I have dogs that not anyone can handle. Highly active and energetic dogs are not for everyone.

The dog I just got I got becasue he has to much drive for his old owners life style. I love the drive so he will fit in here.
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I don't think he should be "done in". He didn't purposely do it. He might need a lot more exercise. You could hire someone to take him out and work with him? and maybe a trainer as well. You should be able to tell him to sit/stay and have him listen when he is too hyper or people are coming over. If you can't meet his needs maybe someone who can will be willing to adopt him?
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Ok so my dog patch knocked my son down today in the yard and broke his wrist (buckle fracture). Darn dog has no boundaries some times. If somebody comes out the slider to enter the back yard he is like a wild animal greeting you (we got him to stop jumping) but he is very excited, does circles in front of you and starts licking your hands, legs etc etc. then as you proceed to walk down the stairs he is literally pushing you along (me and my wife almost fell a couple times too). So in short Im seriously thinkin about going home and putting a bullit into him. He broke my sons wrist for goodness sake, whats next pushing him down a whole flight of stairs, even if it is by accident, still not right.
P.S I dont need to hear how this is my fault, thanks for any reponses
It sounds to me that you have the wrong dog for your lifestyle. You may want to find a new home for him. Save your bullets for home intruders.
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Old 07-03-2010, 11:30 PM   #8 (permalink)
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There is alot of good people out there that would love to give your dog a fitting home. heck if i was closer i would be willing to help you fix that obedience problem. good luck with it.
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Old 07-04-2010, 12:06 AM   #9 (permalink)
 
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I'm kidding about the bullet, I would never do something that nuts, as most people know I talk alot of junk about my Patch! I probably make him sound worse than he is, it really is a case of the other family memebers keepin up with the disipline, its hard for a 6-9 year to correct Patch when he is not doing something proper or for me to be around them all the time with the dog. The other thing is we all love that darn Doggie!!!!!!! so what to do from here, maybe I should just get him a buddy
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Old 07-04-2010, 12:08 AM   #10 (permalink)
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How many times do you need for us to say "re-home the dog"? This is getting old. We all have families we all have jobs and a good share of us have children. You either take the time to train and excerise your dog or you find a home for him.



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Old 07-04-2010, 12:14 AM   #11 (permalink)
 
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How many times do you need for us to say "re-home the dog"? This is getting old. We all have families we all have jobs and a good share of us have children. You either take the time to train and excerise your dog or you find a home for him.
I love him man!!!!!!! I talk the junk but I could never follow thru with giving him away, it would keep me up at night. I just need to here peoples opinnions
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My dogs listen to my 3 year old. I don't leave them unsupervised though because that's just asking for trouble.
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Old 07-04-2010, 12:30 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Sometimes the hardest thing you can do when you love something or someone is to remove yourself from their life. You talk "junk" alot. I have to wonder how much you really do with the dog. You say you have a job and family and do not have the time for him. So instead of talking about shooting the dog weather it was a joke or not start training the dog or find someone that can. As he gets older he will need someone to keep in line.



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Old 07-04-2010, 12:46 AM   #14 (permalink)
 
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You talk "junk" alot. I have to wonder how much you really do with the dog.
That was alittle rude, Im no superhero, but I play fetch with him once a day and take him on a 2.5 walk at least 4 times a week. Maybe that isnt enough but is not crated for 15 hours a day like some people do to there dogs while they work. He has access to an acre yard all day during the day, I know that;s not exercise but he is hardly confined.........
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That is great that he isn't in a crate during the day and he can stretch his legs but he needs training.... we have said that so many times. A dog doesn't learn if it is not taught. I have friends that train hunting dogs and they have all told me that even if you spend just 15 minutes a day with your dog you will see a difference in a short period of time.

You found my post rude well I didn't care for the title of your thread of I guess we are even.



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