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Old 04-24-2013, 11:12 AM   #1001 (permalink)
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Kitty Kologne? LOL Your cat is gigantic btw DJ.
KD is tiny compared to this other one Boots I had that ran away . He was around 23 pounds or so.
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Old 04-24-2013, 11:14 AM   #1002 (permalink)
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You should breed him and call his first female puppy Moon Unit.
It's a bit late for that unfortunately. We got him fixed when he was a pup.

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Does anyone else's cats smell nice? Like soap or berries or something?
My cat Shooter likes to go outside quite a bit during the day, so she smells like dirt. My dog Zappa smelled like coconut when he was a puppy, it was strange. Unfortunately he just smells like **** now.
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Old 04-24-2013, 04:54 PM   #1003 (permalink)
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My cats don't smell especially nice, but I do love that they never smell like **** like a dog can.
Same. Never used to mind dogs but wouldn't own a dog now. Exception may be a greyhound because of the short fur and how docile they are.

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My cats sometimes smell lemony scented because I have this thing called Kitty Kologne that I spray them with then brush them.
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:24 PM   #1004 (permalink)
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Has anyone had any difficulties with large breeds of dog destroying your house little by little? If so, how the **** do you stop it?
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:29 PM   #1005 (permalink)
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Has anyone had any difficulties with large breeds of dog destroying your house little by little? If so, how the **** do you stop it?
great danes are bad for that. is this happening when you leave him/her alone?
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:32 PM   #1006 (permalink)
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great danes are bad for that. is this happening when you leave him/her alone?
Yup, that's pretty much the only time she's chewing. She has separation anxiety as well so that probably doesn't help.
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Old 05-03-2013, 12:42 PM   #1007 (permalink)
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yeah. danes are kind of famous for not really valuing anything but their humans. it actually killed one of mine.

one thing it's important to consider is that when you're not there and they're ripping something apart, it's not fun for them. it's not a party. they're doing that because they're stressed out to a point most people just can't imagine. so if you feel the need to reprimand the dog make sure you do it in as loving a manner as you possibly can. their whole world comes crashing down when you come home (which relieves them of the stress for a moment) and then you get angry at them. their emotional intelligence is frighteningly high.

as far as preventing it, you may need to invest in a crate or another dog. if you get a crate, you'll need to do some research on getting your dane used to it, rather than just sticking her in there and expecting that to somehow not be a traumatic experience. there are ways you can create a safezone with a crate that she will come to enjoy and appreciate. getting another dog (of a more independent breed) will give her something to love and pay attention to which is not you. i know that's kind of a big investment, but if your dane is exhibiting separation issues now (i believe she's still quite young, no?) she could end up being very depressed as a mature dog... which is the saddest thing to see in such a goofy, fun-loving breed.
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oh, and toys. get a few toys that can take some serious abuse. and play with her with the toys and kind of create memorable experiences with them. when she has toys around and memories of being lovingly reprimanded she might gravitate toward them in hopes to not disappoint you. crates aren't the only option. but really, if you do spend a lot of time away from your pup you should seriously consider getting a second dog. it will make a world of difference.
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Old 05-04-2013, 01:50 PM   #1009 (permalink)
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Altogether we have six cats (3 of each gender). Here is my oldest boy (7 August 11th) a purebred Ragdoll:

Sunny by Neptunelle, on Flickr

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Altogether we have six cats (3 of each gender). Here is my oldest boy (7 August 11th) a purebred Ragdoll:

Sunny by Neptunelle, on Flickr
He is lovely. Looks like a cloud
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