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SpicyStacy
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re: In need of dog help


muzzle his arse or duct tape his mouth and hose dat azz down





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Geauxtiga
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Member since Jan 2008
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re: In need of dog help


No tub. I snap his collar to a short piece of nylon on each side. The pieces of nylon are tied to a post.

Make sure the collar is snug or he could slip it.

Wet with hose, splash on water with shampoo and orange listerine (nothing cuts dog smell better), lather, rinse.






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Jim Rockford
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re: In need of dog help


is he getting into stinky shit? Dogs don't need bathing under normal circumstances.





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Cracker
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re: In need of dog help


Run him to death first too damn tired to fight back





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4X4DEMON
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NWLA
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I ordinarily woukdnt care, he just found some Gawd Awful smelling shite to roll in. I've tried bathing him several different ways; in the tube, outside in a wash tub, just spraying with the hose.





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Creamer
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re: In need of dog help


Get nascar to dig you a pond so he can bathe himself.





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4X4DEMON
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NASA_ISS_Tiger
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Huntsville, Al via Sulphur, LA
Member since Sep 2005
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re: In need of dog help


I agree with the muzzle. I have a black lab mix who is getting ornery in her old age. Has never liked baths, so I muzzle her to keep from biting me. Once she's in the tub, it's all good..and the muzzle comes off.





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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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re: In need of dog help


I'm not sure what it would take to get my dog to bite me.

He knows better under all circumstances.

Unless I have a rock in my hand then all bets are off.






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CootKilla
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re: In need of dog help


I can't believe how many of you would shoot your dog for biting you.






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AlxTgr
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re: In need of dog help


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Well that means she should bath it
That was my solution. My dog would have died 5 years ago if I had to continue baths.






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hogdaddy
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re: In need of dog help


Yea, I have the opposites problem, if I don't shut the bathroom door I'd get greeted with a 90 pound Lab setting in the shower with me.





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hogdaddy
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harvey
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re: In need of dog help


How many bullets did it take to fix that biting problem?





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NASA_ISS_Tiger
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Huntsville, Al via Sulphur, LA
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re: In need of dog help


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Yea, I have the opposites problem, if I don't shut the bathroom door I'd get greeted with a 90 pound Lab setting in the shower with me.



Yep. I can't tell you how many time the chocolate has poked her nose around the shower curtain, asking "Is it my turn yet?"






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Sus-Scrofa
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Member since Feb 2013
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re: In need of dog help


I sneak attack with the soap and then just throw a tennis ball into the pond.


But seriously, if he suddenly gets violent around the bath I'm guessing you're the second owner and the first owner fricked him up.



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4X4DEMON
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NWLA
Member since Dec 2007
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re: In need of dog help


No, I'm the first owner. I've had him since he was a puppy. He would try to run away when bath time came but he never tried to bite. I would put him in the tub and talk to him and try to comfort him just like I had done with all my other dogs through life.





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ZacAttack
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The Land Mass
Member since Oct 2012
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re: In need of dog help


You may wan to try putting him in the tub with no water and just make him sit there, until he gets used to that. Then try water in the tub a couple of times (I usually only have an inch or two of water in the tub). Then try putting water on him. Then after a couple more times put shampoo on him.







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4X4DEMON
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NWLA
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re: In need of dog help


He goes into the tub on his own all the time. Especially if it's still wet from my wife taking a bath. It's just when I try to put him in there





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HeadSlash
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re: In need of dog help


quote:

yea I was going to the gun cabinet to get a gun when the wife talked me out of it


Let her bath him then. My wife baths my dog and she slaps the shite out of him when he acts up.






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4X4DEMON
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NWLA
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re: In need of dog help


Not that she talked me out of killing him, just not to do it right then.





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