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I would like to share this info since , I have this foster puppy that wont leave Enzo's hair on his ears and head alone.

I wrapped Enzo's ears and his top knot , got a habanero cut it in half and rubbed it on the wrapping plastic ( to wrap the ears). I advise use gloves if you plan to touch you face later LOL

So today came home and it worked My Mom said she stopped biting at his ears LOL.
 

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That is a great idea! You would have to be careful that the essence of the pepper did not travel into eyes etc, but I think you are on to something.

I just keep the dogs apart and they are never allowed out of sight if they are together. Laurel teaches the dogs to "get a baby" which means that they can play together if they tug on a stuffie toy not each other.
 

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That is a great idea! You would have to be careful that the essence of the pepper did not travel into eyes etc, but I think you are on to something.

I just keep the dogs apart and they are never allowed out of sight if they are together. Laurel teaches the dogs to "get a baby" which means that they can play together if they tug on a stuffie toy not each other.
I gotten this pepper in my eyes before and nose lol So be careful. I use them with my top ramen they add so much flavor yummy ! When i cut the pepper I showed it to her and since this puppy has no sense :fish: she just tried to eat it first without smelling it so she got a taste test first had before I rubbed it on the wrapping plastic.

I am going to grow my ghost chili seeds soon so I bet this one will really make her stay away ! ( this one is the hottest pepper known to man kind)

I tried training her to stop but since she is mixed with a breed I dont think is smart :eek:hwell: she does not really get what I am talking about hahaha.

My first trial was soaking His ears in hot sauce but it was too messy it works somewhat but not hot enough.
 

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I am going to grow my ghost chili seeds soon so I bet this one will really make her stay away ! ( this one is the hottest pepper known to man kind)
Where did you get ghost chili seeds? I thought these were only grown in India?
 

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Where did you get ghost chili seeds? I thought these were only grown in India?
Ebay ! there is a Guy that sells them he has a facebook page and everything.
eBay Store - The Chile Farm: Hot Chiles, Bhut Jolokia, SUPER HOT Chiles
He also sells dried Ghost chilis for cooking and he has his own spice blend he calls dragon dust

Welcome to the home of Dave's Dragon Dust - Habanero Pepper Blend with Bhut Jolokia (Naga Jolokia)

I bought them last year but did not grow them yet. So i might do it tonight and see if they germinate.
 

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Here's the video attached to that image. Kid vs. Habanero Pepper - Video :scared:
Rofl xD what a dumbass.

On Ghost Chilis, I found this on wiki:

"As a weapon

In 2009, scientists at India's Defence Research and Development Organisation announced plans to use the chillies in hand grenades, as a non lethal way to flush out terrorists from their hideouts and to control rioters. It will also be developed into pepper spray as a self defense product."

Now I know that, if I were running from the police and they said "I'm getting the ghost chili pepper spray" instead of "I'll release the dog," then I better surrender..
 

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I tried training her to stop but since she is mixed with a breed I dont think is smart :eek:hwell: she does not really get what I am talking about hahaha.
As a mini dachshund owner... I'm SURE you were talking about the Chihuahua part... RIGHT????!!!!! :lol: :pound:

Actually, my Juliet is extremely smart... when she wants to be! And especially if it has anything to do with FOOOOOD! LOL :)
 

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As a mini dachshund owner... I'm SURE you were talking about the Chihuahua part... RIGHT????!!!!! :lol: :pound:

Actually, my Juliet is extremely smart... when she wants to be! And especially if it has anything to do with FOOOOOD! LOL :)
Yes I am talking about the chihuahua Dachshunds are smart , I like the breed. I hate Chihuahuas sorry if anyone has one but they are not smart to me. They are so hard to potty train also :eek:hwell:
 

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My mini foster Jack continuouly licks Jill's eyes (and Jackson's if he can get away with it). The hair above her eyes has been licked away and she just looks goofy. I have been putting a little Bitter Apple (applied carefully with a latex-gloved finger) on her brow every morning and I think it's working.
 
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