Nikki Reed’s Blog

Jul 26th, 2010 | By | Category: Fandom, Featured Articles

We just got word about Nikki Reed’s new blog! (Thanks to  It is really interesting to get a look into her life, and what she has going on.  You can see pictures from a trip to Africa she went on, and there are some cool pictures from a swamp near Shreveport!

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6 Comments to “Nikki Reed’s Blog”

  1. sandra says:

    She says she loves animals yet Nikki Reed has a dog with a very abusive “choke collar” on in the first picture. I hope she has stopped using that device. It is not humane.

    • haylee says:

      ^^^ You don’t even know Nikki, and not only that, but if you have ever taken a dog to a professional trainer, when they show you how to walk your dog correctly, they make a make-shift choke chain from the dogs leash. That type of collar is only “abusive” if the owner uses it that way.

  2. sandra says:

    I don’t know Michael Vic either but abuse is abuse. If you take your dog to a qualified dog trainer one who believes in humane treatment they DO NOT use this device. For you to back her in this manner is ignorant. You can like a person but you don’t have to encourage inhumane behavior.

  3. Felicia says:

    Sandra, you are ill informed and don’t know what you are talking about. A Dogs neck area is not built the same as a human so when you use this device it is not “choking” the dog. Watch Cesar Milan when he trains does, he uses a make shift “choke” leash. His’ motto for healthy dogs “Exercise, decipline, then affection”

    • TOBY says:

      I happen to train dogs and this is not normal to use. It is rare and frowned upon in any training. It is a last resort and many trainers refuse to use them in their practice because it is an antiquated and sometimes harmful device. Cesar does not put this on all his dogs either. I’m sure he would be very offended to here that you think he does this. I’m sure we are all aware dogs and humans are built differently. You do understand this is painful for the dog, right? It says so in the name. It’s common sense. Nikki seems like a bright girl. I’m sure it will be in the near future that she stops this practice.

  4. Amanda says:

    I have 3 dogs, and I have gone through extensive training with all of them. These collars do not hurt the dog in any way. Get a grip people.

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