> Things are going fairly well with Dexter. We are still working
> on getting him and our cat to get along. My cats instinct is to
> run every time she sees Dexter and this causes Dexter to chase her.
> I have contacted Bark Busters who specialize in training dogs
> (not sure if you have heard anything about them). I am hoping
> that they can help us with this problem.
> Overall I am pleasantly surprised with how well Dexter is
> behaving and has adjusted to his new life. He does have some
> issues with separation anxiety.
Friday, August 15, 2008
Dexter WBBR/BRLA Alumni
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