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NameKwang Kwang
JoinedMar 2009
LocationSelangor, Selangor, Malaysia
ExperienceDog (6 Years)
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Ten Commandments for a Loving, Responsible Pet Owner...

The voice of a dog if he/she is able to talk :

1. My life is likely to last 10-15 years. Any separation from you is likely to be painful.

2. Give me time to understand what you want of me.

3. Place your trust in me. It is crucial for my well-being.

4. Don't be angry with me for long and don’t lock me up as punishment. YOU HAVE YOUR WORK, YOUR FRIENDS, YOUR ENTERTAINMENTS. BUT I HAVE ONLY YOU.

5. Talk to me. Even if I don’t understand your words, I do understand your voice when speaking to me.

6. Be aware that however you treat me, I will never forget it. Before you hit me, before you strike me, remember that I have teeth that could easily crush the bones in your hand, and yet I choose not to bite you.

7. Before you scold me for being lazy or uncooperative, ask yourself if something might be bothering me. Perhaps I’m not getting the right food, I have been in the sun too long or my heart might be getting old or weak.

8. Please take care of me when I grow old. You too will grow old.

9. On the difficult journey, on the ultimate difficult journey, go with me please. Never say you can’t bear to watch.

10. Don’t make me face this alone. Everything is easier for me if you are there. Because I love you so !


Human food that are harmful for your dogs:

1. Onions (Both onions and garlic contain the toxic ingredient Thiosulphate. But onions are more of a danger. Many dog biscuits contain *small* amounts of garlic – garlic contains less of this toxin so huge amounts would need to be consumed to be toxic. And, by the way, this poison builds up the system – it can be toxic in one large dose – or with repeated consumption of small amounts.)

2. Chocolate (Chocolate contains Theobromine, a compound that is a cardiac stimulant and a diuretic. This can be fatal to dogs.)

3. Grapes (Grapes are dangerous because of an unknown substance which is toxic to dogs – affects canine’s kidneys)

4. Raisins (See above.)

5. Most Fruit Pits and Seeds (Contain Cyanogenic Glycosides resulting in cyanide poisoning – though the fruit itself is OK.)

6. Macadamia Nuts (Macadamia nuts contain an unknown substance that is toxic to dogs.)

7. Bones (Most bones should *not* be given (especially chicken bones) because they can splinter and cause laceration of the digestive system and/or become lodged in your pet’s throat – so they also pose a choking hazard.)

8. Potato Peelings and Green Potatoes (Contain Oxalates, which can affect the digestive, nervous, and urinary systems.)

9. Rhubarb leaves (See above.)

10. Broccoli (Broccoli is only toxic in large quantities.)

11. Green parts of Tomatoes or Green Potatoes (Contain oxalates, which can affect the digestive, nervous, and urinary systems.)

12. Yeast Dough (Yeast Dough can produce gas and swell in your pet’s stomach – leading to rupture of the digestive system)

13. Coffee, Coffee Grounds, Tea, Soft Drinks (Coffee, tea, & most soft drinks are dangerous due to the caffeine.)

14. Beer/Wine/Alcohol of any kind (Alcohol of any kind could lead to coma or even death.)

15. Human Vitamins (Human vitamins, especially those containing iron, can cause damage to the lining of the digestive system as well as cause kidney and liver damage)

16. Moldy or Spoiled Food (I think this goes without saying.)

17. Persimmons (Persimmons can cause intestinal blockage)

18. Raw Eggs and Raw Fish (Raw eggs and some raw fish can cause Salmonella poisoning.)

19. Salt, Baking Soda, Baking Powder (In large amounts these can cause an electrolyte imbalance – and severe electrolyte imbalances can lead to muscle spasm or even congestive heart failure.)

20. Mushrooms (Mushrooms may contain toxins which could cause liver and kidney damage)

21. Sugar-Free Foods (Sugar-free foods containing Xylitol have been found to cause liver failure in some dogs.)

22. Nutmeg (Nutmeg can cause tremors, seizures, and central nervous system damage.)

23. Excessive Fatty Foods (Excess fatty foods can cause Pancreatitis.)

24. Avocado (All parts of the avocado and avocado tree are toxic to dogs.)

25. Diary Products (Dairy products don’t usually pose a great danger; but many dairy product have high fat content (see number 23) – and many pets are lactose intolerant – some pets more than others. Lactose intolerance leads to gas and diarrhea; though small amounts of yogurt and cheese are usually fairly well tolerated.)


What is Back Yard Breeder ?
If you happen to come across some people who possess the characteristics of always asking people to mate dogs, probably s/he just a BYB !
Oops, sound familiar to me !

(excerpt from a website - http://www.dogpeople.org/PuppyMill.htm )

These are individual people who breed their dogs and bitches for money or FOR HOBBY. They are NOT dog experts. They do not know how healthy their dogs are and how well they conform to the breed standards. These are ignorant people but pretend to be knowledgeable.

Many of these "backyard" breeders advertise their puppies through the newspaper classified ads. Some even post their advertisements in stores and supermarkets. Some supply to questionable pet shops. Many also try to sell their puppies through word of mouth. You should beware of acquaintances suddenly telling you so and so who is their "friend" coincidentally has puppies for sale.

If you buy from them, there is a high chance your dog is not free from genetic defects and is not a purebred as they claim.

It can be difficult to differentiate "backyard" breeders from good reputable breeders. Hence, it is very important to find out yourself.

If you were approached by some stranger who asked you to mate your dog with theirs, just tell it into their face: "Sorry, I am not a pimp!".













Updated on 25 May :
I am currently interested in adopting any puppy (any breed also fine) with 2 criterion below :-
1. Size (about the size of standard German Shepherd or at least a standard Golden R size) - can estimate the size from the puppy's parents
(Preferably when fully grown - Weight ~35kg, Height ~60 cm)
2. Good Guard dog - can't predict frm the puppy but could be predicted from the parents.
I'm willing to make donations/pay for this dog if you have. Please let me knw.
Thank you !

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chino   May 10th 2009 at 12:25PM
hi puppy wanted..really h0pe you can find your dream d0ggy.did you try my f00d 4 Diam0nd??g0dbless you and your family and Diam0nd to0o0o
HI puppy Wanted already having ur ch0ice???the menu i told u are frm a neighbour preserve 4 her dogz they looks very sihat nehhh..read your d00gy menu try fried egg wit0ut putting 0il mix wif sugar and rice will make him happy too.do you kw d0ggy also can eat vegetable soup but wit0ut salt.can mix with rice too!!s0rry to b s0 kep0 coz you said h0ping your d0ggy to b much bigger than normal size.lolz 0ma in korean means m0therlahhhh.bphat batu pahat loh!!!wish you all the best and if you feel happy to share wif us nxt time upload s0memore pics 0k???
irena6300   May 20th 2009 at 4:17PM
yes...u want?
chino   May 20th 2009 at 9:20PM
HOw is DIAmond?????
PLs let us know ok??Godbless
PuppyWanted   May 20th 2009 at 11:36PM
Irena - I will put my adoption intention on hold till Diamond is back to normal. Sorry !
Chino- You're able to get the the info for Diamond in his own profile. TQ for your advice!
chino   May 20th 2009 at 11:51PM
Ok GOdblesss
baca882004   Jun 10th 2009 at 2:52PM
Puppywanted, on how we feed 3 dogs at once.

We play with them daily, so we give treats and they sit and wait. We also give them in a group, so they are used to having food when they are sitting around each other. If one is not behaving, we won't give that one.

"Sit" is very important. Brandy also knows "Wait" which is to leave her food until you say "OK". Then she eats.

We place the bowls 2-3 feet apart. I think they have a hierachy 'coz they don't touch each other's food until the other one walks away. They will wait at the side.

First month or so when there's a new dog, he or she eats further away. Then slowly, can mix with the group. We stand there and watch them eat. Then they finish, we quickly take away the bowl.

Brandy, especially, eats too much. So she will 100% finish her food. Only the other 2 bowls we need to take away.

But of course lah, they will still growl at each other once in a while. Feeding, I find, is not difficult and normally not a issue.
chino   Jun 10th 2009 at 7:34PM
puppy wanted u hav to teach all the d0ggies who the boss among them...0f coz is you..last time i help my bther boss take care 13 rotty
they eat together and i can touch their bowls
!nid time...yeap Baca is ryt..they will growl if others go near(can be train)but lots of times..normarly u must feed the d0g which is the 1st you adopted..than 2...and so on.Beside that the time you feed them must be the same time everyday..
Sashy   Jun 16th 2009 at 5:53PM
Hi Puppywanted, you said before you were looking for a big dog. According to the person who brought these pups to SPCA Melaka, http://www.petfinder.my/pets/5379/ 's mother dog is a boxer, and the dads a mongrel. Though for some reason they are pretty tiny at the moment. I think they were only a month old when brought to SPCA, so they should be about 2 months. One of them has a nice face, boxer style with a lot of loose skin. However, again no guarantees they will be big due to their current size :p
I'll update their pic for you. And probably deworm them, maybe thats why they are not growing yet
Updated the pics of the Boxer cross, http://www.petfinder.my/pets/5379/ but the pups look tiny due to the angle of my camera. However you can compare the size of the pups to the hand holding them, so you can guess how big they are now. They still are smallish size but they are starting to grow. They look like they are 30% bigger than they were last week...
chino   Jun 29th 2009 at 5:53PM
ehmm I always log in pf:)but dint put any comment lol~~woow great to knw Diamond is ok:)ehmm try to train Diamond some command while you giving food(dun give at once )
eloe~~Puppy wanted:)to alter the puppies bad habits needs lots of patient:)normally we need to correct them immediatly after what they have d0ne on the sp0t~~:)can check wikipedia about the d0gs behaviour and train d0ggies:)do try it :)there is a member teach me when we feeding the d0ggies when should 4llows which one is the 1st that we kip in the houz ~~because if you everythings also the new pup 1st, Diamond status would b lower than the puppies:)than the problem will c0me:)try and see :)
:)sent the invatati0n joining facebook dee~MUtts world :)many useful tips in it :)godbless
baca882004   Jul 7th 2009 at 9:23AM
Hei Puppywanted :

I am guessing that your new foster has authority issue. Imagine this :
1. Your uncle has a 3 year old boy. Ask you to foster for a while.
2. So the boy himself already naughty by nature. He'll probably listen to your uncle. But YOU? At this point in time, he doesn't love you, respect you. In fact, he doesn't really trust you.

So with this new puppy, you'd need to establish the bond. Do you have a back yard? Let the puppy run around and play until he's tired - without Diamond first. There is no way you can discipline him when he's so hyper.

Once he calmed down, have eaten, then it's time to start bonding. Sit down and play "not so exciting" games. Hold him, touch him.

The one thing I learn from "The Dog Whisperer" is the touch. You use 2 fingers and touch the puppy's neck FIRMLY when he's hyper. Not push. But touch and say "Hei!" to get his attention.

Hope it helps. Remember rehabilitating a dog will take months & months and results are not instant.
PuppyWanted   Jul 22nd 2009 at 5:08PM
I have been fostering the pup for a few weeks already. I feel like i'm bonded with the little pup hehe. I think i gonna tell my fren that i jst gonna take the pup with me. But, he's quite naughty. He always barks when he's in cage. He's left in the cage in the car porch. Sometimes, he will not bark. When he knows there's someone in the house, he'll barks hoping someone will release him out from cage. He will start barking early in the morning and sometime night. when he sees people in the house with door opened, he starts barking and once close the door, he continue barking. when he sees ppl standing near and looking at him, then he stops. How can i train him? I can't release him to run everywhere in the car porch for now as he'll bite and ruin all my plants and everything... i once read a book that to stop a pup from barking is to go near and make him bark then use food to stop him from barking.. but once i walk near him, he would already stop barking. How do i train him stop barking? If he's so noisy, then i cant keep him any longer but to give back to my fren.
daphne1985   Jul 25th 2009 at 5:31PM
Hi Kwang, I can understand ur feeling on ur dog that tend to bark more often. I have a way to help u to train him so dont give him away to others just try my way.

Hyper dogs are especially prone to expressing themselves orally and left unchecked, it's practically guaranteed to drive you and perhaps your neighbors up the wall.

The solution is "quiet" command. Teach it early and enforce it relentlessly, and you shouldn't have a problem with inappropriate noise-making.

If this technique doesn't do the trick, you may have to become a little more hand-on. Give her one sharp jerk or a serious of light jerks on the collar as you simultaneously close your other hand around her muzzle. then as she quiet down, lighten your grip on both collar and muzzle while keeping your hands in place; you'll most likely have to reissue the correction. She may struggle, but dont give in. And dont say quiet again. In this, as in everything else related to dog training, your goal is one command control.

When she is silent, praise her and release her muzzle. You may need to repeat this several times before she acknowledges defeat by staying quiet.

My last message, you need to be patient while train your pup and dont give up, keep on repeat the same training for several times, i believe she will learn it within a week. Spend more time with your pup and train her..She can be very obedient and loyal to u.

If u have any problem or any dog training need for your pup feel free to ask me, I'm willing to help u..I have done a lot research and study on dogs health and dog training and I did train my puppy with my own without sending him for any class training for dogs.

All the best to u..Let me noe how the training going..
PuppyWanted   Oct 22nd 2009 at 12:29PM
URGENT : The local authority for my house is DBKL and I live in intermediate terrace house. I've 2 local mongrels currently. I got a notice from DBKL asking me to reduce the dogs from 2 to 1. I think it's the neightbour that went to DBKL to complain. I went to DBKL and they said intermediate terrace in KL can only keep 1 dog. Please advise me on what should I do to keep my 2 lovely dogs. I can't afford to let one of them go. Please ... Please .... Please !!!

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