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    COLOR="#000000"]Hi, everyone! I've created this thread for us to have a light-hearted chat, a discussion about our adorable household pets. Mine is a little Pomeranian, Lance as we'd call him. When we're not out fishing, we play catch in our backyard during my days off (though we had to secure one of those[/COLOR] [COLOR="#000000" petsafe[/COLOR] [COLOR="#000000"Stay+Play wireless dog fence, just so he wouldn’t stray far from our yard. Our neighbor had a weak wooden partition, and we once had an argument when poor Lance ended up on his lawn). Overall, he’s a very loving fella. What are your household pets, guys?[/COLOR]

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrimeTravis View Post
    Hi, everyone! I've created this thread for us to have a light-hearted chat, a discussion about our adorable household pets. Mine is a little Pomeranian, Lance as we'd call him. When we're not out fishing, we play catch in our backyard during my days off (though we had to secure one of those petsafe Stay+Play wireless dog fence, just so he wouldn’t stray far from our yard. Our neighbor had a weak wooden partition, and we once had an argument when poor Lance ended up on his lawn). Overall, he’s a very loving fella. What are your household pets, guys?

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    Cute doggo bro!

    My english bulldog, his name is Bentley. Enjoys sleeping and eating, but he's pretty energetic for a bulldog when its time to play.


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    My dog is so naughty and chews a lot of my shoes and slippers. My friend says that my dog should be trained to avoid those unnecessary actions. My friend suggested me to get a training collar for my pet so I started looking and stumble upon these URL="https://www.petstreetmall.com/DogTrainingCollars.aspx"]dog training collars[/URL], so far, I can tell that these training collars are primarily used to correct bad habits such as barking, digging, and chewing, a can transform a misbehave dog into a well obedient dog. what do you think of this training method?
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    This thread was created to push a product and a website. Not even a bot, actual people are spamming. Labor must be cheap.
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