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RE: Rabbits

Not Zem, but if you get the National Geographic channel, check out a
program called 'The Dog Whisperer' with Cesar Millan.  It will surely
give you some hints.  This man is so amazingly in tune with canines -
must have been a dog in another life.  

Zone 7 - West Tn

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On
Behalf Of Christopher P. Lindsey
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2005 7:22 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Rabbits

> Wow, Chris, Romeo looks like a great dog!  It is my understanding that

> Chow
> mixes are the best of all pets.  My little dog is a Chow mix, and I
> not ask for a better friend or door bell.  I think she would probably
> outside to play should anybody ever break into the house, but she has
> different bark for any animal (furry or human) who walks into the
> She also loves chasing everything (except cats) that ventures into the
> when she's outside, so I'm hoping that is a Chow trait that Romeo
> with her.

Hi Zem,

   Did you have any problems with your dog's aggressiveness?  Romeo very
   much wants to be the pack leader in my house, so we've had quite a
   battles of wills so far.  I don't want to break his spirit, but he 
   obviously needs to listen and be respectful of things in the house.

   I've read that chows are very intelligent (which I see in Romeo) and
   very set in their ways.  They'll tolerate people as long as they can
   do what they want.  Romeo sometimes acts that way too, but I
   hope it's just because he's still in a period of adjustment.

   On the other hand, this is my first time caring for a dog and I
   have no clue what I'm doing.  So we're both learning as we go along.

   I do have him trained well enough now to ignore any creature when 
   we go for walks, but he loves to chase squirrels through the yard
   whenever he can.  Since there's a big old oak tree out back I'm sure
   he'll have a blast when the acorns start maturing!


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