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Tie him up where he could see them go by. When they go by and the dog gets up like he wants to go after the car you shoud have walked over there and popped him good on the butt and said "get out of there".
Not with you hand and let out a nagging "Quit it Lucky". I am talking about keeping a leather belt or piece of sash cord by the door and double it up, maybe even a hot shot. Pop him good once and use and authorative voice... no need to yell, or continously hit the dog.
- Trail Boss
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Snider_Angus wrote:Not much i can do know since he's not mine aymore. Today had to be the saddest day of my life. i walked to the barn today and i thought about how he would never be right there at my side. i dont care if he is a hellion or an angel i raised him from when he could fit in my hand and now after 3 years i can tell him to do anything and he would do it and he wouldnt do anything anyone else said. i had to tell him to get in the pickup cause he wouldnt listen to my dad, the lady, or my mom. i really hope i never ever have to do that again.
I'm sorry, I know you feel bad. Buut I think you made the right decision. I would not want to lose the dog, but then again I would not to lose the farm either. Not for a dog.