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Pete.the.dog

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  1. Dog Door Recommendations In South Australia

    Thanks, that is the route I will probably take but just thought if someone had a company they had a good experience with I would make sure to get a quote from them
  2. Hi all, As the title says I'm looking for a company that can install a dog-door (into glass) and was wondering if anyone has had any good experiences/can recommend anyone for this in Adelaide? Cheers
  3. Where Do You Bath Your Dog?

    hmm that's an interesting thought. Pete hates the hose too and he's a poundie Hose water that I use on Pete isn't cold, I only do it in summer and our pipes get so hot that on hot days in Dec-Feb I shower in pure 'cold' water and it's a nice luke warm temperature! He still hates it.
  4. Where Do You Bath Your Dog?

    Can you explain this to me please? So you rinse with vinegar, then wash with shampoo then rinse again with plain water? I'm just curious for next time I wash peter !. Wet Dog 2. Shampoo Dog 3. Fill a bucket 1/2 - 3/4 full and add vinegar. A cup ot two. 4. Pour this over sudsy dog. 5. Hose off whatever is left (and rinse off vinegar in the process.) Just try sudsing up your hands and put them in vinegar - it kills the suds and gets rid of detergent instantly. I also use it in the fabric softener dispenser in the washing machine to help rinse the clothes. Oh ok interesting! Will try it on Pete in the next few weeks - he's a bit smelly ATM. Thanks
  5. Where Do You Bath Your Dog?

    Can you explain this to me please? So you rinse with vinegar, then wash with shampoo then rinse again with plain water? I'm just curious for next time I wash peter
  6. Where Do You Bath Your Dog?

    I wash pete outside with the hose - but only in the warmer months because he is terrified of the dryer so he sprints around in circles/rolls in dirt to dry off He also gets groomed a few times a year by a professional who cuts his (cross breed wooly no outer coat) fur off for summer
  7. Nothing to worry about as the other posters have said. Always good to have some reassurance though. When I got my boy he used to make a sound like he was crying in his sleep (still does) and I was convinced he hated me Enjoy your little one!
  8. Warning For Adelaide Dolers

    Hope you enjoyed it if he went to all of that trouble. Seriously people, wait til the weather warms up if you have to strip off and masturbate in public - it must be freezing!!! haha well in fairness to the public masterbating stranger ( ), it was a lovely sunny day! Yes a police dog would have been great in that situation!!
  9. Warning For Adelaide Dolers

    Might have been the same man who took his clothes of and pleasured himself for me by the Torrens last Sunday afternoon...
  10. Would You Call This Cruel?

    OK I'm feeling much better after those replies thanks! Hopefully he has loving kind owners who have tried everything but he just loves the towel He does have plenty of grass to lie on too, so I guess he hasn't got it too bad!
  11. Would You Call This Cruel?

    Good points, I never even thought about him tearing up bedding.
  12. Would You Call This Cruel?

    There is a big dog that lives around the corner from me, I don't know what breed he is, he looks like a black Sibe-ish type thing but again, I'm not sure. Anyway, you can see their yard through the fence - it's a fairly decent sized yard. The dog has shelter under the open garage, i.e. shelter from the rain, not so much from wind etc, but I realised this morning that he sleeps on a towel folded in half on the concrete I know a lot of us can probably be accused of 'spoiling' our dogs, but to me that seems cruel. I'm not sure of his circumstances, i.e. if he is allowed inside, if he gets exercised etc but it just makes me sad seeing that he has a towel for a bed. Does that seem cruel to anyone else?
  13. Dogs Reacting To Change Around The House

    Thanks Greytmate, I think I'll keep feeding him in my room for a couple of days then
  14. Dogs Reacting To Change Around The House

    Hi Huski, if I let him out he will just go lie down somewhere else, generally in hallway outside the bedroom door. Re the responses - the post I made in the 'deleted' thread was tounge in cheek, and my OT thread started off about something different but then I thought I might as well open up the question to the OTers anyway, because I know a lot of OTers steer clear of General, and I do value their input. Thanks, I think I will repost in Training if he's no better after a few days
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    30 minutes of reading later and I now remember why I try to steer clear of general.. Anyone who wants someone new to flame/someone to give some advice to - go see my thread - not as interesting as this one so I haven't had any replies yet http://www.dolforums.com.au/index.php?showtopic=198340 at my shameless plug
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