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what your dog has trained you for . 2 months 5 days ago #3527861

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Our little Tina is ball mad we buy 50 at the time from Wimbledon, its me that looses them, i have one of them ball throwers and most of the time it go's over the office block roof next door, (flat roof).
I wish i could spell proper first timer.

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what your dog has trained you for . 2 months 4 days ago #3527995

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Ive only ever owned little dogs Dan - the 3 mentioned above plus a little corgi x something before that

I think my chihuahua x fox terrior would probably be similar to a chihuahua x mini jack russel

anyway she did not like being part of a dog group, was really a people dog only.
I put that down to a traumatic childhood - she was part of an abandoned litter which were handed in to vet at 3 days old after mother died and were hand reared by the vet staff until adoption at 7 weeks.
I took her to Obedience and Agility Training and she got to level 4 - but never liked playing with other dogs.

Quite different to my little papillon I have now - who was brought up with other dogs until we bought her at 4 months old and is very sociable to dogs and people

She has been going to training too since beginning of last year and is currently in Level 3.
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what your dog has trained you for . 4 weeks 2 days ago #3544970

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We have a Chihauhau cross....Love him so much...
but sadly he has started to limp...
and we are very upset....:(
Today is the tomorrow
you worried about yesterday -
and all is well...

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what your dog has trained you for . 4 weeks 1 day ago #3544987

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QuietMouse01 wrote: We have a Chihauhau cross....Love him so much...
but sadly he has started to limp...
and we are very upset....:(


Hello I’m sorry to hear about your dear little dog limping, have you taken him to the vet ?

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what your dog has trained you for . 4 weeks 1 day ago #3545014

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Yes ofcourse we have Rips....he has painkillers.
Today is the tomorrow
you worried about yesterday -
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