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Queeny...no, the not in the mood to talk thing is from my Bi-Polar garbage. When I'm in those moods, it's best NOT to talk to anyone if I can help it. I tend to get rather ugly if I can't get a point across, or if someone pushes the wrong buttons..thing is, most time, people have no clue what buttons are the wrong ones.

Falconr, yeah, I totally understand what you're saying. It's been 6 months, and we are more than ready for another. I worked with Tsalagi when he was a pup...taught him to lay, sit, 'ask', etc. using treats. Eventually, I didn't have to say a word to him..just use my hand signals that I also taught to him. He was just so friggin smart. There will be just as much, if not more, training with a new one. I would prefer a female this time, however. Mostly because of the problems we had between Tsalagi and our chow, Buddy. 2 males, neither neutered, and the fights were awful if they ever got close enough to each other. We kept Tsalagi in a large kennel where he had room to run, and we'd let him out, but only after we put Buddy in the cattle trailer with food and water. Buddy had more than enough fresh air..it is open at the top, closed at the bottom. It's actually more a horse trailer than a cattle trailer...anyway....it didn't hurt if he did his business in there. We always put Tsalagi up after he was loose most of the day, and let Buddy out. We didn't do that every day.....and on and on I go...lol.

There is no chance that another wolf, or even a dog, will become an alpha around here. DH and I are both too strong willed and love working with the animals. As for allowing any weakness, we're pretty solid. I do appreciate you bringing that up, though. I will certainly keep that in the front of my mind as we're looking at possible new pets.

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Queeny...no, the not in the mood to talk thing is from my Bi-Polar garbage. When I'm in those moods, it's best NOT to talk to anyone if I can help it. I tend to get rather ugly if I can't get a point across, or if someone pushes the wrong buttons..thing is, most time, people have no clue what buttons are the wrong ones.


Oh...I get it. My son's best friend from middle school on is Bi-Polar....
But I also understand....depending on my pain level and the drugs I have to take, I have a tendency to be either friendly, understanding and consoling or rather short, and snippy..
When I find myself being the second one...I tend to stay offline! emoticon



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HEY FALCONR..
Just had to let you know that I sent some positive energies your way on Saturday the 26th....would have been about 1pm or so when we drove past the Heyburn exit on I-84! emoticon emoticon

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Queenyforever wrote:

HEY FALCONR..
Just had to let you know that I sent some positive energies your way on Saturday the 26th....would have been about 1pm or so when we drove past the Heyburn exit on I-84! emoticon emoticon



  Appreciated !! Trying to remember what I was doing that day, probably little to naught.
  Hope you had a safe journey.

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Yep, we sure did....I even explained to Hubby about your area and he said maybe next year, we might try to explore that area a bit... emoticon

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