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I now use Interceptor. Our vet switched from Heartguard to Interceptor and we went along with his recommendation. I just can't remember why he made the switch. Either way, we've had no adverse reactions.
We wondered whether our Brit could swim when we first adopted him. The first time that we visited my sister, who has an in-ground pool, we anxiously waited to see what Max would do. We soon found out that he wasn't very interested in the water (even though my sister's Golden was in the pool whenever...
- Mon Jun 28, 2004 10:30 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: POLL: Where Does Your Dog Sleep?
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I answered "wherever he wants" and that usually means in the cushioned window seat or on the floor in my youngest son's room. Max has never shown any interest in sleeping in our bed and that's a good thing because he would not be allowed to (I am too light a sleeper to share the bed with a dog).
- Sun Jun 20, 2004 3:07 pm
- Forum: Behavior
- Topic: Giving a new anti-pull device a try....
- Replies: 13
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Janice, I've often said the same thing. I've tried the Happy Walker (beeps when the lease goes taut -- had absolutely no effect on Max), the Sporn harness (again, no effect), Gentle Leader (works, but he hates it), and the prong collar (slows down the pulling, but doesn't stop it). I guess I'm the o...
- Thu Jun 03, 2004 2:32 pm
- Forum: Behavior
- Topic: Rescue Remedy and Car Travel
- Replies: 14
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I would give the Rescue Remedy a try. I use it before thunderstorms and while it doesn't totally calm my Brit, it definitely takes the edge off. Another possiblity for the car is to get a doggie seat belt. It keeps the dog in one seat, but they can still sit/lay down and stand (it's basically a harn...