pawz..the greater majority do not. If you think they do, I'd like to know where you get that info.. I never said all
vets weren't experts, and I fail to see where saying som'one is not an expert is rude, I simply pointed out that vets give bad advice all the time reguarding behavior and nutrition as those courses are very minimally covered to become a veterinarian.
dead god this is like banging my head against a wall.
It would have been nice to know that your are not american when this began... crating is not done often in europe...but then again neither is spay and neuter and many breeds are banned so thats neither here nor there.
I don't know where your seeing me give "excuses" about hours in the crate...I used ten hours as an extreme example in many posts never saying it was ok... Undead gave his imput and I simply confirmed that that time is the ussual recomendation for puppies...I don't see where the excuse is?? Quote and paste please? Your dog was histerical in the cage before it is not TRAINED to be comfortable in it
... There is a process...of course he was scared. He was in a LOUD WIERD PLACE in a cage he'd never seen before. Nothing more, nothing less.
Im sorry you had such a bad experience but seriously thats like saying a german shepard growled at you so they are ALL BAD and no one should have them. Seriously.
yes 16 hours is an average...how did he challenge me? He said his dog sleeps less... dogs aren't robots... Critter sleeps 20 hours a day at time because shes old... That number is a very accepted number by the dog community...I didn't think I had to explain that its not 16 hours EXACTLY...in fact it should be to the absolute second!!! No more no less...come on seriously?
The crates are big enough for a dog to stretch out and move around yes... They can stand..sit...stretch out etc etc theres also room for bowls....if you watched my video I posted you would have seen that and seen how the dogs go in and out willingly.... Have you been envisioning a dog in a crate that it can't move in??
I honestly think that allowing your JRT to be loose with other dogs alone is completely irresonsible. JRT are notorious for killing other dogs... Their your dogs, and your welcome to risk it but its generally frowned upon here in the US. I know several JRT breeders and this is a HUGE no no.
All mine get along fine so I don't know what your insinuating there. No one fights with each other... Mine are also well fed socialized exercised etc.. I still don't get your point there.
SA is a chemical imbalance and has nothing to do with training it "out of the dog" they are like mini mental patients when no one is around. YOu can't train a dog not to have SA...you can simply find a way to minimize the triggers...The den is calming...the only other option is drugs. Im not putting my dogs on drugs.
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