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Responsible Ownership    What should a dog owner like me keep in mind in taking the commitment of dog ownership?

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capriseal
09/20/2008
07:59:17 AM
Re: Responsible Ownership
You need to get educated on some areas of dog training to properly fix your dog’s behavior. You have to get a veterinarian for advice, or medical attention . Take full responsibility of your dog’s errors.
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nayr
09/20/2008
08:01:05 AM
Re: Responsible Ownership
aside from what you had just mentioned guys! Dog Ownership is not that as simple as it can be, your main responsibilities to your dog, should always be your main priority. Your newly acquired dogs needs that special care and attention and you need to fullfill your obligations as an owner.
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nayr
09/20/2008
08:01:31 AM
Re: Responsible Ownership
Every dog needs a quiet place to call his own. Create a comfortable area, whether a crate, a mat or a pile of blankets, for your dog to go to when he needs rest or privacy.
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jonard
09/22/2008
03:15:35 PM
Re: Responsible Ownership
You have to get your dog spayed and neutered. Sterile your pet for reasons of saving lives. Be responsible when you breed dogs. You have to give them space, time and training for all that matters.
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snoopy112567
10/03/2008
02:30:11 PM
Re: Responsible Ownership
Owning a dog is a big responsibility. Taking responsible with the dog's behavior is a big part especially if you are located in a close neighborhood. Barking should be controlled especially when everyone else is asleep but of course there is an exemption as when a burglar is at large.
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snoopy112567
10/03/2008
02:31:44 PM
Re: Responsible Ownership
It's not only the "this" and "thats" matters when it comes to taking full responsibility for your dog, you need to know little things that could also be a very big help for your dog, so you see its not that very easy to own a dog, you should be aware of the possible situations.
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snoop
10/03/2008
02:33:20 PM
Re: Responsible Ownership
In dealing with dogs, you should also expect the unexpected.
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koberyan
10/03/2008
02:34:46 PM
Re: Responsible Ownership
If you want to be a responsible owner regarding your dog, you should think first of his/her needs, you don't really need to be at his/her side all the time, just make sure you do all the necessary things that you need to do, its up to you how you handle it, as long as you feel that you have given them the ample attention and caring, that would be fine.
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