msvette2u wrote:Uh well. OK.
jlewin wrote:msvette..i do not understand your reply.
unfortunately I will not be at the bullympics, holiday weekend very busy time for doggy day care and boarding, oh well
msvette2u wrote: I wasn't going to say anything other than I BELIEVE dogs feel safer with boundaries, such as a FENCE - if she got struck by a car while unleashed and not in a fence, I'm sure that she's not going to feel safe any more while outside.
SisMorphine wrote:Was she checked out by a vet? Often times when a dog has been hit by a car but shows no visible signs of it (breaking, road rash, etc) they still can be injured, usually with bruising to the lungs or heart. If she hasn't been checked out by a vet I'd start with that definitely. It's always easier to work with behavioral issues once the medical stuff can be ruled out.
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