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Aug 5th 2012 4:37PM The dog owner has the responsability to the dog. According to Cesar Milan, the dog whisperer, you should walk your dog at least for 45 minutes. So if you are a dog owner, get your ass up and walk the dog before you go to work. This will give the dog some needed exercise, do his thing, and tire the dog out. It also helps to keep the dog from chewing up your furniture. They get separation anxiety.
Rule for leaving the home/apartment: Don't say goodbye to the dog. Just leave. Dogs see the goodbye as a signal that you are leaving them alone.
The owner needs to put the dog in a quiet place, away from street and people noise, so it doesn't bark when it hears it. Believe me, they bark when they hear someone walking by the door in the hallway outside the apartment.
The owner should provide toys, food and water.
There should also be some training. Disciplinary training will help the dog from barking needlessly. One reason it is good for a dog to bark is when there is an intruder, or if it needs to go outside.
I feel sorry for those dogs cooped up all day. Especially the big dogs in apartments. What are these people thinking?
I feel sorry for dogs that have owners that just take them out to do their thing, and quickly take them back inside. These are living creatures that need interaction and exercise, and love. Not a toy.
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Apr 1st 2010 4:00PM If someone is bisexual, they just can't make up their minds!
Mar 29th 2010 5:01PM Great safety tips! I usually only travel with the jewelry I am wearing. Cash and my i.d. is usually on me, not my purse. I always watch my bags, never looking away for an instant, when in the airport, or the hotel premises.
I like rooms that do have a view, and it is good to know about the height with the fire department only reaching to the 8th floor. I also like it quiet. I have been in hotel rooms where the doors slam loudly. This wasn't the guests fault, but the design of the doors. We were in Reno, and when we finally headed to our room after our night of fun, we could hear doors slamming. I also hate being next to the elevator, the maid's closets, and the ice machine, and losts of kids. I always ask for a corner room. This way you have less noise. Bring ear plugs to block out noise.
Mar 19th 2010 1:35PM Where did my survey get added? Where's the frickin spreadsheet?
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Mar 19th 2010 1:03PM I think it would be a great idea if someone would tell the freshmen girls at college what the red flags are for any situation. I think that this girl just got mixed up with the wrong sorority. It would be comforting to know that the sisters have your back if something were to happen, but now matter what, not if only this were the case. Too many conditions if you ask me.
Mar 19th 2010 1:00PM It just goes to show that girls can be as shallow as the guys are. These sorority girls in their junior and senior years are only looking for ways to feel better about themselves, and doing the things that were done to them unto the pledges. It is quite an unhealthy atmosphere with a lot of pressure. Girls can say positive things about someone one day, then negate it the next day if another sorority member says differently. How is anyone to be able to form an opinion and stick to it? How fun can that be? Why do these women degrade themselves just to be "in"? How can they let the fraternities degrade them to take their clothes off? And that means that their sorority house wins? I don't think so! College is a part in life that molds you for your future, and having no self confidence isn't going to help any!
Mar 17th 2010 12:06PM +100 for Ryan for his reply. Does Simon thing that nobody would be on the contestant's side? Ryan is the host and it is his job to make the show run smoothly, especially with the replies of the judges. It was a simple question, and Simon took it defensively, like Ryan has no reason to ask.
Mar 17th 2010 11:58AM So why is it that there are guys who will break-up right before the holidays? Are they that fragile with themselves that they think it is a scary time to be together with someone romatically? Does being together during the holidays mean they have to be committed towards eachother? No not necessarily. Guys get the cold feet before the holidays because of the pressure to buy the lady a nice gift and what it says about their relationship. If you have only been dating for a little while, it would be easier on him (and you) to tell him you don't expect a xmas gift from him, being subtle about it. Guys freak out I guess when it comes to buying the lady a gift. They don't want to be cheap, but don't want their gift to be expensive, thus saying too much. If they met somebody else, well that sucks too, but if he can break-up in a nice way rather then texting it, that shows more class.