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16 points · 22 hours ago

Contact the humane society where she got the dog and tell them where she has taken it, they can hopefully make arrangements to get it back. If that humane society is a kill shelter then contact one of the pitbull rescues. Animal control do release dogs to shelters if one will take them so it's not too late yet. I am the manager of a humane society and have taken dogs from animal control when their hold is up so I know this can happen.

I would find a new place to live if I were you this must all be exhausting and heart breaking to watch. But if I'm honest and I was in your shoes I would tell her how bad her behaviour is too which may not be wise.

Original Poster10 points · 21 hours ago

This is a good idea actually, I’ll definitely give them a call and let them know. I’m not sure if they’ll take her back given her behavior issues though.

And unfortunately I’m stuck in a lease with her for a few more months :/

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7 points · 20 hours ago

The pitbull rescue probably still would if they said yes before try them too. I would be so tempted to use some strong language with her. Once I would understand but to keep doing the same thing expecting a different result isn't that the definition of insanity?!

Original Poster1 point · 6 days ago

Yes I made him sit a few times this morning it actually helps a lot! And we saw a woman in a wheelchair which was a first for him so it was exciting to be able to avoid adding another trigger by keeping him calm and having him watch her go by.

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1 point · 6 days ago

Yay! Well done scrappy! I'm so pleased for you!!! It used to take us 3 times as long to get anywhere in summer but it's worth it now when I can call one of them away from strangers. Keep at it it'll be worth it

Original Poster1 point · 6 days ago

Yes I will thank you! Other dogs are by far the biggest challenge but I’m excited to see progress

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1 point · 6 days ago

When you have your breakthrough moment please keep me updated!

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Scrubs : ‘where do you think we are?’

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3 points · 10 days ago

Winter - Joshua Radin, I love that song but everytime I hear it I immediately start crying because of that moment

20 points · 12 days ago

That tongue is amazing

Oh yikes, ours has never toppled the whole couch. She likes to go flying onto it and turn around for a hug.

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Original Poster1 point · 12 days ago

Logan likes to use it as a springboard and pushes off it. He doesn't do it very much since it fell over and scared him, he is very sensitive! She hugs you with the zoomies? That's so cute

3 points · 12 days ago

Yeah she flys around and will jump up on the couch and rear back to paw at the air waiting for one of us to hug her.

I can only imagine the terror from knocking over a couch.

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Original Poster1 point · 12 days ago

That is adorable, Logan knocks over anything in his way until he just lays down.

He saw the lab do it first but must have felt weird going over with it

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7 points · 29 days ago

Take as many pictures as you can while she is small it doesn't last half as long as you think it will. She is beautiful!

Berner are just the best.

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Original Poster1 point · 1 month ago

They really are. Some people are put off by their short life span but he fills our life with so much love and laughter i wouldn't change him for the world

I’m on my second Berner. Lucy was my first and she lived 11 happy years, and Elsie has been a sweet pup for the last 6 years... they are just wonderful.

Enjoy!

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Original Poster2 points · 1 month ago

They really are! My dream dog has always been a Bernie but Logan is just so much better and special than I ever imagined.

Say hi to Elsie from us! You too!

your home looks really cozy

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Original Poster1 point · 1 month ago

Thank you!

9 points · 1 month ago

I moved to MN to be with my husband as this is where he is from we are planning on having our family here. I will stay here when I retire to be with our family but when I die I would like to go back to England

9 points · 1 month ago

Does every Berner nudge with their nose? My boy likes to do it to butts

It is normal to look at a friend/family member in a bikini but perverted if they're in underwear

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Original Poster3 points · 1 month ago

Even though they are pretty much exactly the same of not less coverage with bikinis.

The wedgie thing got me because we all have to admit we do it alot in bikinis and it's usually the first thing we do in public

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Hi everyone, I know this seems like a silly question but I'd appreciate any help, there are so many options I just can't make a decision.

I have a Bernese mountain dog that full grown could be up to 120lbs which also means the incline has to be a steady one but not so big folded it won't fit in the back of my car, a Chevy Equinox.

He's a little clumsy and likes swimming so I can't have plastic that could be slippy when it's wet. I need something sturdy but also compact easy and quick to get out and put back. I have a budget around $100 but am prepared to go a little over if it's the perfect one.

Any ideas anyone?

Edit: I would like something that can carry upto 160lbs so I don't worry about it breaking when he's bounding up it

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I'm going to sound like an ad, but I just bought a petloader http://www.petloader.com for my 120lb dog and omfg LOVE IT. Tried ramps and he was scared of ramps. Now he loves the petloader. He stares at the car now and looks at me like 'where are the steps?' if I don't have them out for him. Expensive, but SO worth it! I've spent god knows how much on stupid dumb ramps that break or don't work. Should have gotten this thing years ago.

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Original Poster1 point · 1 month ago

We did see this one and my brother in law has one for his giants. Do you think the expense is worth it over a cheaper version? How does it attach to the car?

I know people who use it for their giants.

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Original Poster1 point · 1 month ago

My MIL actually just suggested this as well but it's kind of expensive

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5 points · 2 months ago

How on earth did he get in there? Mine won't even jump in the truck

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I have recently started riding again it is the first time I have ridden in the USA I grew up riding English and feel more comfortable wearing a protective vest. I will be schooling and maybe jumping. I ride cyldesdales so I want something that will protect me if I fall. Does anyone have any suggestions what I should use? I've been trying to research but finding English attire in America has been harder than I thought at a decent price. Any advice is appreciated

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In Europe they divide them into categories where 3 is the highest. If you find one also sold in Europe you should be able to figure out the level of safety. I know that the Tipperary I have is not good enough for me to go eventing, I use is for breaking in and the likes. For eventing I have to use a level 3 vest. I have a komperdell and an airowear. Lots of ppl here like the racesafe as well, it doesn't fit me.

https://justriding.com/products/safety-beta-level-3-body-protector-by-komperdell

https://www.airowear.co.uk/products/airmesh-4/

http://www.treehouseonline.co.uk/mobile/product/317

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Original Poster1 point · 2 months ago

Thank you for the advice! I have gone with an airowear it looks like it gives the most spine cover and is a level 3 BETA. I hope this is the right choice but I'm pretty happy with it

Tipperarys are really the best because they have more flexibility, due to the way the styrofoam is in interrelated channels. They are much more comfortable than the ones with a single chest panel that doesn't conform to your body.

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Original Poster2 points · 2 months ago

I don't mind comfort or flexibility as I will only be hacking. My old one was a single panel and I honestly thought it was very comfortable. I did look at Tipperary but there has been a research paper in Australia that suggests the large spaces inbetween the pockets doesn't give as much protection

If we don't allow swearsies for the puppers on the sub I don't think we allow innuendos

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Original Poster2 points · 2 months ago

Thank you! I really loved this picture

He looks great, ignore that guy. Seems like a sweet pupper!

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Original Poster1 point · 2 months ago

He is such a momma's boy. Just the happiest sweetest little boy

my boy turned 7 months today also! Birthday buddies!

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Original Poster1 point · 2 months ago

Happy 7 month Birthday to your boy too!

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Original Poster1 point · 2 months ago

It flies by! It seems like just yesterday Logan came home. Enjoy him while he is small and make sure you take as many pictures as you can

His tail looks broke haha

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Original Poster1 point · 2 months ago

I assure you it's not haha

he's beautiful!

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Original Poster3 points · 2 months ago

Thank you! I think so, I call him my angel

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It’s all of them, right? I can’t imagine this doggo having a bad side!

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Original Poster3 points · 2 months ago

He always poses to that side however he is far more photogenic than me for sure!

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