We'd be in Sandia Heights, in the foothills of the Sandia Mountain Range. I've seen snakes(non that were venomous) lizards, and I had to shoo some tarantulas off the road They had some bear trouble a few years ago, one on their porch and one got hit by a car, and they had a bobcat with babies living in their backyard while they were remodeling. They have a small chickenwire fence(which would keep Bailey in) though I'd never leave her outside alone. I agree about the coyotes, they sound really neat.Well, I've been here for 10 years and haven't seen a rattle snake yet. We do have a little snake living in our lavender bush, but my husband said it's not poisonous. I once had a bobcat walk into the front yard (I had put out canned catfood for a stray cat) but my yelling chased it away (as well as made 2 dogs pee on the floor). I've seen javelina on our property and one evening I saw the cat trying to play with something that turned out to be a taranchula in our kitchen! The coyotes won't get close to people if they can help it, but their eerie howling and "laughing" in the early morning is really kind of cool. I've never heard of or seen a bear here. But I'm not worried about critters. The dogs are fenced in and in the city, there's even less to worry about.
I agreeBravo to the owners. Pictures speak a thousand words. This video should be given to new dog owners re 'How feeding should be'.
Thank you, sir.Bravo to the owners.
We used to live in Albq, but I didn't have dogs while there. We're about 5-6 hours south of there, now, and I really don't know how they are for dogs.Are there many dog parks or training clubs that you know of?
Yes, they each have their station. I used to put all 4 bowls down at once, but with these new bigger bowls, we can only handle 2 at a time. That's why Jaia jumped the gun. He thought the food was down. The new pup will go on the other side of B'asia. The video was edited. I taped the whole thing, but then it was just a bunch of crunching and gobbling in the middle, so I took that out.And I'm assuming they all have their "station" to eat from. Was the video in "real time" because they all ate very quickly!
It wasn't hard and would be a breeze for one dog. I have pictures of the different steps if you are interested. If you or someone you know is handy, you could make it. We did this in part of one day. And that was taking it easy. PM me if you want the pictures.I'm tempted to go make one of those for Hallie
Thank you. They are very good dogs.The dogs look very well trained! Good job with training.
Yes, Jaia is an inhaler and B'asia used to eat really slowly. So Jaia would get impatient and start getting rude and sticking his nose over there. I had to start standing right there again like I did when they were little and remind him of the rules with a "eh-eh", but he got the message and B'asia's eating sped up. So now I can just put the bowls down and leave.Carsten inhales his and Oliver daisy picks his way through each meal.
I'm glad James will like it! I feel like I "know" James from when Callahan was sick. LOL He seems like a member, too. You could make a more complex design with various height bowls. Sounds like fun!Isn't it just great to have a guy that can do all this for us and our babies?! So great!
Oh gosh... that is wonderful... and I thought it was just the sweetest thing that your hubby was rooting for my baby to get better too. Yea both our guys should contribute to DF every now and then! hehe...I'm glad James will like it! I feel like I "know" James from when Callahan was sick. LOL He seems like a member, too. You could make a more complex design with various height bowls. Sounds like fun!
I do have a great guy! He has become a total dog person since being with me! LOL But... do know that I designed the feeder, made the cutting list and helped put it together. AND trained the dogs! LOL