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What has your experiences with pitbulls (dog) been like?
Hard. Worth it, but hard.This was my experience with my pitbull. Our boy was found by a friend on a morning stroll. Tiny and scarily thin, she walked the neighborhood she found him in to try to find an owner—at least a mother dog. No one recognized the flea-infested pup and no one wanted him. She brought him to me. We discussed his fate as we watched him strut around my living room.“That puppy has worms,” I observed. My friend turned to me, incredulous.“How do you know?”“’Cause they’re coming out of his butt,” I replied, indicating.The decision was made that he would stay with me, I’d nurse him back to health and find a more suitable home. After all, I was 19 and living at home—I knew my parents wouldn’t want another pet (1 other dog, 3 cats, and a few small pets as well).I took him to our vet, got him de-wormed/vaccinated and weighed (4.8 lbs.) and found out his age (about 5 weeks).“He should really be with the mother at this age,” the vet informed me. “Not just for nutrition, she needs to teach him how to be a pup.”I looked down at the dirty puppy, bundled in towels, on my lap. He was working on shredding his bedding—he certainly was active.That night I took him outside every hour, on the hour, to relieve himself. After 24 hours, I was finally able to see more waste than worms in his droppings. His little bloated stomach began to slacken, it just made his bony frame more startling.His aggression began with my other dog, a senior lab/beagle mix. It started as play-based aggression and quickly became dominating. This required correction. His energy level was through the roof, and he was growing rapidly. We later found out he is a predominantly pit/Great Dane mix—those long legs!He began displaying dominance-based aggression toward my mother. As she’d try to water her plants, he’d nip at the heel of her pants and try to pull her shirt. “Puppy stuff” some people would say. Maybe, I thought, but he’s getting so big.At about 5 months, he started picking fights with fenced dogs while on walks. I enrolled him in training. He completed every level of training they had to offer. He was great at obedience. Horrible at socialization. At 1, he received major surgery for a knee injury that he sustained during a play session in the back yard. It was a 10-month recovery process. For him, it was painful and probably traumatic. But it guaranteed him a life free of future pain. I just wanted him to be able to run. He needed to run.At 2, fully recovered, I resumed his training. I always had treats in one pocket and his deterrent in the other (emits high-pitched whistle, just jolts him to attention). I exercised him, daily, vigorously. I was consistent with my discipline.By 4 he was secure enough to stop trying to dominate everyone. But walks were still an issue and he was possessive. Feeding time was a matter of dropping the food bowl and running out of the way. I began standing across the aisle from him while he’d eat and methodically desensitized him. One of my favorite things to do now is to lay my hand on his head as he eats, feeling his cranial muscles working as he chews.At 5, we made a breakthrough. He was in peak physical shape and mentally, he was at peace.We named him Stinky, in memory of his humble beginnings we say, but it was just a name that stuck “Stinky Puppy”, he never answered to the more refined names we tried. Raising him was hard work, but dealing with the people we encountered was worse. Whenever I’d express my frustration with his aggression people would nod “…yes…vicious…pitbulls”. I never believed Stinky was aggressive because he’s a pitbull, I’ve met many well-adjust pitties throughout the years. He was a special case and every time he behaved in a way that affirmed certain groups• stereotypical beliefs about his breed, I’d cringe and vow to work harder. (No one ever said he was aggressive because he’s a Great Dane.)At 5 weeks old, Stinky was emaciated and infested with round and tape worms. The vet informed me that a puppy that young with that bad of an infestation likely contracted the parasites while still in the womb. His mother was either severely neglected, or on the streets. She obviously struggled to care for him, and lost him. I read article after article discouraging people from adopting a puppy so young stating proper socialization needed to be taught by the mother and litter-mates.One time, early on, after a frustrating wrestling match in the back yard with Stinky, my mom came into the house and announced “That’s it, I can’t do this anymore, we have to find him another home.”“No one is going to want him, Mom,” I pleaded “he’s too much to handle and a shelter won’t even give him a chance. He’ll be euthanized.”She reluctantly agreed to give me more time to work with him.He’s an 11-year old senior dog now, who splits his time between helping my dad in the yard (he’s great at chewing sticks) and napping on his Serta doggie bed. I moved out eventually, he stayed with my parents (their request). I knew he was better off in a home with a yard than a small apartment, so I agreed.I visit regularly and make sure to post a pic online for family and friends, he’s so popular. The last few years, I’ve received a lot of compliments on his good behavior, how prompt his responses are and how quickly he learns new things. But I can’t help but smile inwardly every time any one calls him “gentle”, and he is. We’re very proud of his progress, he and I. We just needed a little more time.5 weeks. Playing in the grass on Thanksgiving, a couple days after being found.5 years. Panting, after a romp in the sprinklers. There’s that pittie smile!11 years. Surrounded by the remnants of the tree branch he just shredded. Such a good boy.
How do I fill out services tax?
HelloTwo cases here.You want to make service tax payment: Click this link to move the Service tax payment page on ACES site. EASIESTYou need to fill service tax return.Other than the paid software in the market. You can fill it from two utilities.a. St-3 offline utility.b. Online in aces website.Excel utility procedure is here: A separate excel utility is launched by the department for April to June 17 period. You can download utility from here. ACES’s Excel Utility for e-filing of ST-3/ ST-3C (Service Tax Return) for Apr. 2022 to Jun. 2017Going with the excel utility.You need to enable macro when you open excel. Excel asks to enable them when you open this file.Worksheet (Return): You need to fill the information of your company, service tax number, Type of return (Original), Constituion (e.g private limited company) and description of services. Validate the sheet and click next, you will get more tabs in the excel workbook after click next.Worksheet (Payable Services(1)): It includes the services provided, export and tax, taxable services under reverse charge. The sheet calculates the taxes by default after filling the necessary info of outward supplies.Paid-Service: Need to mention the tax paid in cash and by input credit recd. from your supplier of services. Separate figures of ST, KKC and SBC to be provided.Challan-Service: All the challan number and amountCenvat: This sheet comprises your opening cenvat as on 1st April 17 and credit taken and availed. You closing balance of Taxes in your account books should match with the closing balance in this sheet.Hope this answer your queries.Please upvote if this answer your queries. Thanks
How do dog breeders know their dogs history? Is there a way to find out an adopted dogs history?
Good dog breeders, the ones who breed for health and temperament rather than quantity or money, never (outside of exceptional circumstances) breed a dog whose genetic background they don’t know. Some countries, such as Finland for example, have online databases of family trees for a given breed. The Finnish database lists any official test results for a given dog, which pairing resulted in an epileptic puppy and should therefore not be bred from again, cause of death for any dog whose death has been reported, and other pertinent facts like show performance and disqualifying illnesses.All this means that good breeders will (with very few exceptions) only use dogs from recorded lines, not some random dog that looks kinda like [insert breed here]. Registered (read: purebred) dogs are all microchipped, and the chip numbers are added to the database when the breeder registers a litter.If a dog of unknown origin (looks like [insert breed here] but has no papers) has some incredible quality that they really want to breed in and a temperament to match, they might decide to do genetic testing. They’ll also get a vet to do official tests on the dog’s hips, knees, eyes, heart - anything that might have structural problems that could be passed on to the next generation.Then, and only then, will they (maybe) breed this dog of unknown parentage.If there isn’t an incredible quality, they simply won’t take the risk of breeding that dog.
There is curfew in my area and Internet service is blocked, how can I fill my exam form as today is the last day to fill it out?
Spend less time using your blocked Internet to ask questions on Quora, andTravel back in time to when there was no curfew and you were playing Super Mario Kart, and instead, fill out your exam form.
How can I get a celebrity who is involved with dog rescues to write a sentence about my idea (direct "home to home" dog adoption service and education about "before and after" adoption) on a crowdfunding page?
I can’t claim any expertise in this area, but I have some ideas. You first need to write up your idea as if it were a business plan. Take everything into account. How much money will this take? How will you fund it? How many people will you need to help you carry this out? Don’t forget vet bills, transportation costs, advertising costs, etc. how will you do home checks and vet the people who are adopting? What will you do if an adoption doesn’t work out? What will you do if someone wants to get rid of their dog and won’t wait to find a new home? It will help to do some research. Talk to other rescues and ask as many questions as you can think of. Find out what works and what doesn’t for them. Find out what problems arise and how they handle them. If you need funding, get that together first. When you are ready, start. When you have some success to show, then research celebrities who are involved in animal rescue. Show them your plan, what you are doing, and how it is working. Ask for an endorsement and you just may get it
How risky is it to adopt out a rescue dog from out-of -state versus a local shelter, to families with children?
I have a rescue dog from Bethel, Alaska which is at the other end of the state I live in. Rescue in Bethel saved her from a bad situation & then transferred her to Anchorage rescue. She came with all shots, spayed & meds for exposure to lice from her previous situation. I got her into my Vet right way & all was good & she is still with me 5 yrs later, great dog. Best to go thru a reliable source-adopt don’t shop.
Can dogs be mentally ill?
Dogs can get depressed. I have seen it when a friend had two dogs and one of them died. The youngest one went into a slump and seemed quite deprassed and lethargic , didn't eat as much and just mopped around like a depressed person. It was kind of unexpected as they didn't really like each other other and were not that close I didn't think. I guess it was just the idea of having an animal brother in the house. So we upped his excercise and he was still a young puppy so I enrolled him Obedifence School and started to take his to classes and gave him a new focus so he didn't have as much spare time on his paws so to speak. His birthday was coming up and I even planned a birthday party for him (no it was not a surprise party). . I lived at a different house than the dog did and I started to bring him over to my house more often to give him a different change of scenery and we would play in my backyard which was good to just get him a out in nature I think. Things seemed to turn around fairly soon in his mood and he returned back to his cheerful friendly self. So hope this helps.
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