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    Glad you found something that worked!!
    YAY for having you best friend with you again!!!

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    @LolaLove thanks for the tip! She was just being terrible tonight...it's weird how when she has clothes on she's an angel, but you take them off her and she's a demon seed and won't stop biting feet or anything else close to her mouth. I had her in alpha 3 times tonight. I think it's time for puppy training class. Our last 2 dogs were a breeze.
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    They've found some dogs are much calmer with clothes on. That's the premiss behind the the thunder shirt. The restriction is comforting and calming. @Libra926 has noted it works with Orion.

    That said thethundershirt we got Gracie to try to help with her fears didn't work. Mostly we think because it was designed for a much longer dog than she is, so doesn't cover her in the right places to be of much help. But being "bad" isn't her problem, she's just afraid if so much and doesn't do well with change of routine. There have been some improvements, but she may never get over all of her issues.

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    So glad I ran across this post!! I am going to try the can of coins trick with GIA! Love this EBN site!!

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    A beautifull baby like that and with that great name cant be bad mommy!
    But yeah i have read about that and it seems to work, good for you!
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    maybe i should try putting clothes on sparkles. lol. or maybe try the coin can. i'll let ya'll know how that goes for me too. lol
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    ......*scurrying around to find a can....and coins....gotta hurry......ahhhh!!! got it Now pray this miracle works for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by rayers View Post
    ......*scurrying around to find a can....and coins....gotta hurry......ahhhh!!! got it Now pray this miracle works for me

    @rayers ... so did it?????????????

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    it does work, lol....how did I miss this thread the first go around....?????
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    I have a Lola as well, and she bites constantly! Unless she's really tired, that is. Hands, feet, face, clothes, the couch, it doesn't matter. If she can get her mouth on it she bites! I am hoping it is just puppy behavior, but in the mean time, I would love a solution! I will be trying the can of coins as soon as I get home! Is there a certain kind of can that works better (soda can vs. canned veggies, etc)??

    TIA!

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    Just got myself a can and coins too. Wow one small shake and the chaos stopped immediately. I didn't even have to shake it much.

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    We LOVE the can trick here too! We have 3 cans, one for each child. My 9 year old even gives up her can to any guests that come over! Works great...no more scratches on the bare little feet. I'll have to try the vinegar & water...Barkley opened his mouth every time he saw the spray bottle.

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