[nagdu] tripping on bones
Albert J Rizzi
albert at myblindspot.org
Mon Dec 7 15:07:17 UTC 2009
I like that as a solution.
Albert J. Rizzi, M.Ed.
My Blind Spot, Inc.
90 Broad Street - 18th Fl.
New York, New York 10004
"The person who says it cannot be done, shouldn't interrupt the one who is
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Subject: Re: [nagdu] tripping on bones
I usually tell my dog to go to bed and give them the bone there to chew on.
This does involve them knowing where their place is though.
On Sun, Dec 6, 2009 at 9:03 PM, Allison Nastoff <anastoff at wi.rr.com> wrote:
> Hi list,
> I hope this isn't too dumb and off topic for this list, but I feel like I
> am always tripping over Gilbert's nylabones. I don't remember tripping
> bones when I had pets, probably because they chewed the rawhide bones, and
> did not leave them unattended until they were gone (smile). Therefore I
> knew where the bones were by the sound of the dog crunching it. But with
> Gilbert, we use nylabones, and he likes to chew on them, as well as run
> around the house and randomly drop them for me to trip over them and
> up my feet on the rough edges. I was just wondering if this is something
> that drives you crazy with any of your guide dogs. Can you do anything
> train your dog to only chew on bones in a certain area so you know where
> they will be, or is this just part of life when you have a guide dog? I'm
> interested in your thoughts. Thanks.
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