|04-19-2003 10:32 AM|
nice looking dogs
i am planing to get an alaskan malemut in a few years after i get my bird dog
|04-17-2003 10:16 PM|
They are 6 months old now and that fur and tails are looking very nice to a fly tyer.
Shedding should start soon.
Tying soon after to follow !!
|01-02-2003 03:16 PM|
Current e mail from "Mrs. Hal" confirmed the
|01-02-2003 02:43 PM|
Naww Hal wouldn't like the crate, he needs room to run and play.
I heard if you scratch him behind the ears.......
|01-02-2003 01:48 PM|
I guess after 26 years of marriage anything is possible.
|01-02-2003 12:24 PM|
Ah, another 'solution' possibly presents itself?
|01-02-2003 08:59 AM|
Remember we had a great dane for 8.5 years prior to these siberians.
|01-01-2003 08:31 PM|
You'll probably need to grab a good shovel to pick up all the scat.
They can leave a good sized mess when they get older.
|01-01-2003 08:20 PM|
Yep will need that, but the way my wife treats them they will have their own separate rooms eventually and I will be sleeping on the family room floor in my sleeping bag.
|01-01-2003 05:16 PM|
I'd get a second crate. Male dogs need their space, they have to determine their roles. One will be the alpha dog, once that happens one crate will be an issue.
|01-01-2003 04:12 PM|
This will show them who is boss
Good dogs so far they just play and wrestle with each other all day and then sleep on top of one another. Have not destroyed anything yet.
But when they do, this is where they will be.
|12-31-2002 07:43 AM|
I've got an idea......
mjyp ...... Do you think if they nuetered Hal that it would keep him from digging holes in the yard? :hehe:
|12-31-2002 07:16 AM|
The sooner you nueter them the better, its easier to do on a young dog than an older one. Cheaper too!!! Vet will probably give you a 4 for 2 discount.
|12-30-2002 10:30 PM|
They are adapting to the crate. No way can we leave them alone for a while. I put all of my fly tying stuff away, and now only bring out what I need for the current tying session.
It was nice the first 5 days were here with the snow on the ground. Now its gone withour 55 degree weather today, so when they roll around playing with each other in the back yard they come in looking dark brown instead of white/tan.
My precious fly rods are always cased and in the closet. Bet they would like to gnaw on that cork though. Have to watch that for sure.
They have to be neutered per the purchase contract with the breeder.
Their pretty smart, almost house trained, they know when to go to the back door and hit the bells on the door knob when they have to go.
Have not seen our pesty squirrels yet since they have been here.
|12-30-2002 09:50 PM|
Costs of 1 Weim with seperation anxiety and no crate for the first 3-4 months=
3 sets of blinds
80 square feet of carpet
a couple bags of misc feathers
Other misc clothes
You name it...he's gotten into it.
Get the crates!
The one peice of mind I have is I know that no matter how hard he digs he ain't never gettin through that PVC plastic. The REAL key to it is to make sure that you put em away tired. I think I like having my dog the most right after a full day hunt or fish. He just curls up at my feet and snoozes the night away. 50's and rain today.....Muggy...Overcast.....Big smiles!
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