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Could my 'Shawty' refusal to eat after a spanking be a result of pouting?

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Shawty

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Barked: Sun Nov 20, '11 7:08am PST 
Could my 'Shawty' refusal to eat after a spanking be a result of pouting?
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Blixa

Mama's Boy and- proud of it!
 
 
Barked: Fri Jan 6, '12 4:58am PST 
Shame on you for hitting your dog.frown
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Blixa

Mama's Boy and- proud of it!
 
 
Barked: Fri Jan 6, '12 4:58am PST 
Shame on you for hitting your dog.frown
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Barked: Thu Jan 26, '12 7:45am PST 
II were your dog I would bite you. You don't HIT dogs. You train them. Shame shame shame on you.
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09/30/2009
 
 
Barked: Thu Feb 9, '12 9:31am PST 
NEVER hita dog. A friend of mine did that once and even a light smack to a small dog can cause internal injuries. It did in her case and the dog died after a couple thousand dollars of emergency surgery. NEVER, EVER hit a dog. Learn to take care of your dog or deliver it to a rescure where someone will properly care for him/her. A dog is like having a baby.
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Ginger

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Barked: Thu Aug 9, '12 12:21pm PST 
When I ran off one time while getting ready to go to the weiner dog races my mom scolded me. I taught her a lesson and when it was time for the race, I wouldn't run. =) another time she was mad at me for hiding in the yard and making her worry. When we came onside I ran under the chair and I tried to let her know to stop being mad, but she kept reaching for me. I was afraid, so I bit her! Mom has calmed down and would never hit me or my brothers, so we try not to make her worry anymore.

You should never hit a doggie, no matter how big or small.
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Ellie

Come get me! - Heheheheh!
 
 
Barked: Thu Nov 22, '12 5:27pm PST 
(Shame on you for spanking your dog! - Ellie & Frankie's Mom)

I can say that my Mom gets me to respond better by staying calm when correcting me and I am much better because my Mom & Dad trained me how to act better. I don't understand yelling and hitting! I am still naughty sometimes, but I am always learning. Sometimes I am naughty or pout because I am bored, I don't mean anything by it! Chasing my ball or going for a walk helps me to not be bored though.
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Abby

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Barked: Mon Nov 26, '12 1:44am PST 
Dachshunds are very.. moody. Abby has a weird routine after being scolded. However i do not support 'spankings' you know your dog. One thing to watch out for when 'spanking' a dachshund is their long backs. If swatted can sometimes result in a sprained disc or worse. =) just a thought
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Fancy

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Barked: Tue Jan 1, '13 2:26pm PST 
While everyone above is correct, 'spanking' your dog is not the responsible way to solve a problem, Daschund's can be very moody. Mine, Fancy, knows when I get angry at her. Generally, she'll hide under a desk or something and wont do anything until I show her some love.
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Member Since
01/07/2013
 
 
Barked: Mon Jan 7, '13 7:26am PST 
With my dachshunds it hurts their feelings, even when I raise my voice. Love on them and will soon forget.
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