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Member Since 14 Jun 2011
OFFLINE Last Active Apr 03 2012 05:08 PM

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In Topic: 3 IGs available for adoption in SC

05 February 2012 - 05:41 PM

Thank you for all the good information....this will not be a spur of the moment decision. I have a lot of thinking to do about it. I do miss having a pooch though. Cindy

In Topic: 3 IGs available for adoption in SC

05 February 2012 - 06:22 AM

QUOTE (Kim @ Feb 4 2012, 07:41 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
They are all gorgeous! That itty, bitty girl is precious. Unfortunately, I have the same "problems" that you have!!

I am 58 and live in a second floor apt in Charlotte NC - had to euthanise my 12.5 yo greyhound this summer. I checked out Davinci on the website. I'm intrigued by the Iggies but have a few questions. I work full time....is it possible to train him to indoor potty also? I don't have a crate, but used an x-pen for my dog. Usually I go to my boyfriend's house on weekends - he has a fenced yard with an 8 yr old wooly coated, bilaterally dysplastic big baby of a husky - the vet says only 1 out of 100 huskies has such a good temperament. The husky is great with all sized dogs...neighbors have chihuchuas, min dachshounds, bf's mother had min pin and son/wife has (people/dog humping, food guarding, marking in the house) jack russell. My concern is that he would be alone during the day. And I'm also curious, since he appears to like the tub, if he would be a canadiate for boating....providng a lifejacket that small could be found. I assumed that because greyhounds can't swim, that Iggies can't either???? Thanks. Cindy