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May 17, 2007

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"Sunshine"

Welcome back!!

https://the-sunshinegirl.blogspot.com/2007/05/welcome-back.html

Angela

Just found you so glad you're back! I have 2 kids (1 and 40 and a new to us rescue lab/shepherd mix nearly a year old. I want to do right by everyone and teach the doggy well, so will look forward to hearing what you have to say! Thanks

AuthorMomWithDogs

Whew! Took awhile to get past that post above. Takes all kinds I guess. Sunshine has pointed her pals over here. Glad she did. I like what you have to say.

"Sunshine"

LOL -- About now you are thinking . . .

"Now I know why people moderate the posts to their blogs."

Sandra

Welcome back

Pappy's Fella

Hey, good luck with getting back in the saddle... behind the leash... whatever.

Regards,

Pappy's Fella

steven davies

I have one question about dog training. How can I get my dog to stop chewing everything up?
Thank you

Mike

Hi - animal urine is one of the most difficult things to treat on rugs as the acid in the urine actually 'burns' the fibers and changes the color of the rug. 
 
I found a very useful website with cleaning videos - here is the link:
 
https://www.rugsale.com/clean-spills-on-area-rugs-c-1782.html
 https://www.rugsale.com/index.html
Also - make sure the rug is completely dry - if you can air it outside that is best.  I would also try some baking soda to absorb moisture and odors from the area rug.
 
Hope that helps!

joseph

I feel the same way about dogs, sometimes I really do feel I understand them more than people!

https://www.justarearugs.com/

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