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Date Posted: 19:08:12 03/12/07 Mon
Author: Kristi (Deaf dogs alone)
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Subject: Re: Howling Issues
In reply to: Jen S 's message, "Howling Issues" on 21:41:49 02/06/07 Tue

Put a light weight blanket or bath towel over the crate. I have to do this with our new baby, she's a terrific dog, but crazily barky when left alone. At night our dogs are in crates in the garage and our deaf one has hers covered. For the kennel in the backyard, she is allowed to bark.

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