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RE: External Speakers, do you really want them ?

I love ours. I keep the music very low and respectful.
stitchinsue 08/25/14 02:26pm General RVing Issues
RE: Anyplace the weather is cool right now??

I'm freezing in Pa
stitchinsue 08/07/14 07:55pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Q: about ultrasonic bark collar

He isn't sad, he is scared. Try clicker training. I think it is the best way to train. Kikopup on Youtube is my favorite trainer to watch. Give it a try - Kikopup training no bark This is just one of her videos teaching no bark.
stitchinsue 08/02/14 08:06pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Redecorating project finally finished!

I love love love it! Tango is beautiful as well ... I have a red tri aussie. :C
stitchinsue 07/17/14 09:46pm Folding Trailers
RE: Sewing/knitting/ crafting on the road

I bind my quilts. Blah, I hate doing that lol
stitchinsue 05/15/14 07:33am RV Lifestyle
RE: Housebreaking a male Border Collie!!!!!! Update pg 6.

I have an Australian Shepherd. The best thing I did was to clicker train him. Best thing ever, and it is so so so easy. When you have a chance, read about Karen Pryor, and even better, watch the youtube channel of Kikopup. She is an amazing clicker trainer. My dog will ignore a hot dog left on a table, at his level, because of the training I did with him. For the first couple of weeks we had him (I brought him home when he was 6 weeks), I hand fed him. My boys (2 and 7 at the time) also sat by his food bowl, dipped their hands into his bowl and fed him from their hands. It's fantastic that he will be on a ranch! Lucky dog!
stitchinsue 05/13/14 09:39pm RV Pet Stop
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