Monday, July 16, 2007

Therapy Versus Euthanization


My dog seems to have a controlling personality. Should I seek help and try medication to help him sort through his odd ways or what?


If your dog spends too much time on his own he may resort to creating an invisible play mate so he won't feel so alone. There are a few solutions that might benefit your dog such as providing him with a mate, someone he can learn to play with during the times you are away, or you might consider working from home to spare him from seperation anxiety.

Many breeds are prone to vivid imaginations and can create something out of nothing as seen in the following video.


Comedy + said...

I'd try the therapy first, but I'm not sure it will work. This dog is a basket case. Thanks for my first laugh of the day. :)

Jerrster said...

if this dog has an imaginary I'm thinking it's pissing him off big time.

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Professor Howdy said...

I had to put my friend Daisy
to sleep - actually the vet
did. We had her for 17 years:O(

Roxanne said...

Our dogs/pets should know their limitations. It is not a good idea that our family members will be outwitted by our pets.