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  1. Hi everyone, Looks like we will be getting our first AIdog soon (June 21st) - YAY! I am driving up from Los Angeles and would love to hear any advice you might have for the long (10 hours) drive home. I will be by myself unfortunately. I plan on making several stops on the way home for potty breaks and to stretch legs. I guess I am most worried about that stressful time being our first extended time together. Any thought? Many thanks in advance, David and family
  2. As if we didn't know it already, these dogs are SMART! Friday night I drove up to meet my Mom and sister and we had a quick bite to eat at Wendy's before I was on my way back home. Tayamni goes for rides with me a lot and lays in the back seat. She waits in the car if it's not a dog friendly restaurant. I gave Tayamni some snacks but didn't feed her before leaving home as she and the cats would be fed when I got back home. This is normal protocol. What happened next was a shocking revelation! Mom brought me some gluten-free New England clam chowder from a restaurant ne
  3. Hi to all! We've been avid readers of the forum, but have yet to post. We brought Townes Silver Heels, 11 wks old, from Jay + Ice's late September litter, home on Saturday! He was a prince on the car ride home, sleeping most of the way and rousing to nuzzle or be loved sporadically. After the nine hour drive however, was another story... The wild man was loose, and all of the new sights and sounds of his new house kept him wide awake and a little crazy for the rest of the awake time of the night. Bitey! Lots of chasing and nipping and pants attacks. We gently replaced with ok toys as alternati
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