|Amanda Jarvis||Derek Jarvis||2656 w altgeld st||chicago||IL Illinoisfirstname.lastname@example.org||Lorna's Laces, Inc. ||3.5 yeahs||own||In the next few weeks||Companion for me||2||0||Off and on for a couple of yea||No||Yes||No||No|
Our turtle is fully contained so I do not see that being an issue. We do have a studio dog in my office where I would take my dog daily. I would be very open to discussing how best to introduce them to one another.
Everyone takes time and patience.
I am uncertain of this yet.
|roughly $500||heartworn, rabies, bordetella, dhpp||0||with me at work or in a crate||most likely in a crate||4-5 i would guess||most likely natural balance |
i wouldn't consider not doing it.
a well trained dog is a happy dog. i very much hope to have a well trained dog. aside from it just making for a better companion it is a great way to keep them occupied.
|i will ||12-15 yeahs for a dog ||Petfinder||No|
i would allow my dog on furniture. as a general rule of crate training which i have always done in the past the dog wouldn't be unsupervised when it wasn't in its crate.
crate training, providing appropriate chew toys, and preventing boredom.
i truthfully am not sure. my instinct is to ignore the noise and praise when settled down.
hopefully with proper potty breaks this won't happen but sometimes accidents happen. clean it up and move on.
try to figure out what is causing the disruption and find a solution.
assuming it isn't a medical problem it is just part of having a pet. you clean it up and move on.
pretty much everything is replacable.
biting is pretty much an unacceptable behavior. i would have to research how best to handle it though.
we are fanancially stable.
we would take our dogs needs in a home as much into consideration as our own.
|in a crate, wire cage||Leash walks every day, Will bring to dog park (Public area where dogs can run and play together off-leash), free run of my work studio.||Sally Blandon ||920.475.3843||Leigh Kelsey||773.780.5822||Amanda Jarvis||1/21/16||Good with all dogs, Energetic, Mellow, Housebroken, Crate trained, age of the animal - puppy, age of the animal - young, size of the animal - small, size of the animal - medium||training crate, deck|
We have a 9 yeah old Red-eared Slider turtle named Taco.
|Brandie Swanson||121 Dietrich Ave||Galesburg||IL Illinoisemail@example.com||OSF Home care and Hospice||2 years||own||Immediately||Companion for me, For a child||2||10 years and 3 years||The last couple months||Yes||No||No||No|
I would like my family to be there initially, when we meet each one of them. I feel like we can make all make a decision on which dof fits with us as a family. I don't plan on introducing our dog to any other animals.
Yes. I am fully aware that our new dog will need to adjust to our home. That means that there may be accidents or behaviors that take place, and we are prepared to handle that with patience and guidance.
VCA animal hospitals in Woodhull,IL
|$45-$250||rabies, dhpp (every 3 years) ||Dog will not be left unattended outside||In our home||In our home||posisiby a hour||Would like advice on whats best|
I think it is necessary
I think its great, as long as its good for the dog.
|My spouse & I||UP TO 16 YEARS||Facebook||No|
We would correct him or her
We would probably put him or her in kennel for a "time out"
We would correct him or her
By telling him or her "No Bark"
I would first try to think about WHY the animal is doing it, if its not normal for him or her and then put animal in kennel for a "time out"
Brush the dog or if it's concerning, take them to the vet
Correct the animal by telling him or her "NO" and put him or her in kennel
I would correct the dog by telling him or her "no bite"
I would ask a doctor and vet what I could do to make things better for the person with allergy
We wouold handle it accordingly
We are buying our current home so that is not a issue right now or for a long time
|dog will be kept loose indoor||Leash walks every day, eventually when fence is put up, the dog will be able to roam freely in fence.||Bonnie Guerin||309-368-6945||Courtney Mcgraw||630-2157319||Brandie Swanson||01-25-2016||Good with children, Energetic, Mellow, Housebroken, Crate trained, age of the animal - young, age of the animal - adult, size of the animal - small, size of the animal - medium, size of the animal - large||training crate, basement, garage||Failed on Start (retrying)||Lulu, Chuck and Sweet pea|