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We'd like to invite you to join the discussion about the difference between LOVING and SPOILING...

January 16, 2009 | By ShaktiShiloh | 11 comments

Hello fellow dog lovers! :)

We're having an interesting discussion in the group "K9 Pack Leaders Unite!" about the differences between SPOILING and LOVING the dogs and I thought that you might enjoy it and we'd love to invite you to join the discussion. Please feel free to join the group and share your thoughts about that subjects (and some others as well).

I'm not sure if the direct links work, but I'll try that:
www.zootoo.com

If not you can try that:
www.zootoo.com

and then copy and past the rest:
forum/k9packleadersunite/thedifferencebetweenlovingands

Thanks! :) Hope you'll enjoy the discussion! :)

~ Lexi
Comments (11)
Samantha B.
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Samantha B.
5 years ago

I think that spoiling your dog is pretty much when you treat it like a baby. I'm not saying that loving your dog is bad.. I love my dog SOO much. She might be a little spoiled, but that just means that I give her lots of attention. She isn't to the point where she bites or anything if she doesn't get what she wants.

Lucy B.
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Lucy B.
5 years ago

I agree loving and spoiling your dog are two different things. My guys are not spoiled but they are well loved. They have good doggy manners. I spend time with each one together and seperately because they each play differently. Rex loves to retrieve his toys and Cruz will enjoy a great game of tug of war, I always win. When playtime is done they know that and do not demand more time. When its time to go to bed they happily gather thier stuffy and go off to their respective areas. They know that I will supply them with leadership and guidance they need and are content with it. A spoiled dog to me is one that has not guidance and has been allowed to rule the roost. They seem to be demanding and even insecure . Working at the shelter ,The small guys that were spoiled are always the ones that will give a bite when or growl when things don't go the way they want it. They are not really well adjusted and you can see how unhappy they are.

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