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My dog is mad and pees by [email protected]
My 6 year old part Chinese crested pees in the house. He is allowed upstairs but sometimes he is not and there is a barrier across the bottom. He usually squirts on the floor close to the barrier. Is there any way to stop this
January 28th 13 03:29 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Is your dogs rough play appropriate by Alison[_3_]
http://thebark.com/content/your-dog%E2%80%99s-rough-play-appropriate Interesting article . Pip Jrt plays rough with certain dogs and is more polite with others. His best friend is Harry Bichon and he treats him like one of his toys though when I've stopped Pip, Harry will encourage him to...
January 26th 13 09:10 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Dogs Who Don't Realize How Big They Are by Gil
Check out the 'bonus' pic. http://www.buzzfeed.com/newu1085/21-dogs-who-dont-realize-how-big-they-are-654m
January 24th 13 08:25 PM
by Gil Go to last post
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21 dogs who don;t realise ... by Alison[_3_]
how big they are ! (photos) LOL http://www.buzzfeed.com/newu1085/21-dogs-who-dont-realize-how-big-they-are-654m -- Alison,
January 21st 13 05:54 PM
by William Clodius[_3_] Go to last post
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Pekingese attack by [email protected]
Because they are worthless inbred pieces of ugly ****?
January 2nd 13 10:47 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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training a husky by slinky32
i have recently moved into a new family and they have 2 year old husky. im also the only one capable of looking after her at the moment. she constantly pulls when im taking her for walks and jumps up on people when they walk past... is there any way i could train her to stop doing it?
December 30th 12 03:19 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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The calender boys. by Alison[_3_]
Pip and Dibby's photo was chosen to be in a charity calender . The money raised is going towards the cost of running a website and forum for Rescues. I'm thrilled to say the least ! I hope this link will take you directly to the photo. ...
December 25th 12 07:32 PM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Teaching to walk on lose lead by bassman2
So, here's what I do (about 10 months old German Pointer): 1. Put leash on dog, in backyard 2. If he pulls on leash, I stop, say 'ah-ah", give a slight tug on the lead, and make him go behind me, on my left. When he does, give a treat 3. I proceed to walk, and hold a treat in my left hand, about...
December 6th 12 12:59 AM
by bassman2 Go to last post
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OT Dog Joke by Alison[_3_]
I've just opened a casino for dogs. They can play roulette, poker, blackjack and a host of other games all under one roof. They have to go outside for craps though. -- LOL Alison,
November 30th 12 08:44 PM
by Alison[_3_] Go to last post
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Chase by Jo Wolf
Our rescue group currently has a young dog that was picked up as a stray.... nothing new there.... But Chase is a flipping genius of sorts. Several times now, he has managed to push the tray in the bottom of three different crates completely out through the slide space in front.... which had been...
November 30th 12 09:30 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Dog knows who the top dog is by bassman2
yet, as soon as I am not there, either present or watching, he starts to overstep his boundaries, eg jumping up (particularly at one of my kids, for some reason) - suggestions? Thanks for reading!
November 23rd 12 03:40 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Sleeping habit by bassman2
Why does a dog go from a nice confortable dog house to dragging the blanket he sleeps on out onto the grass, and sleep under the open sky? Temperature is around 15C, so not exactly hot...He alternates between the dog house and the grass, is this a bad thing? Do they have a natural instinct to find...
November 22nd 12 12:16 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Hurricane Sandy by Jo Wolf
They got power and water back on Sunday PM, but parts of the county still were blacked out on Monday afternoon. They did get some of their frozen food to the freezer in their church's kitchen and were able to take a hot shower there..... Now the nor'easter with snow is hitting the coast.... ...
November 10th 12 09:17 AM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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US elections by Jo Wolf
Um..... staff is available to keep an eye on the dog..... I am Not pleased. 'Nuff said. Good looks and nice smile ain't enough. And I wouldn't wish White House life on my worst school days enemy. Those poor kids..... A terribly abnormal life style..... until they are adults, and maybe not even...
November 9th 12 01:25 PM
by Alison[_3_] Go to last post
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LA to bar pet shops from pets from commercial breeders? by Alison[_3_]
http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-la-pet-stores-20121025,0,6183349.story -- Alison,
October 26th 12 06:14 PM
by Jo Wolf Go to last post
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Who's still here? Cash update by cshenk
Who'd have thunk it? Cash is running with Charlotte most days and looks like one solid muscle burl. We didn't really notice it as it was a slow change but now he's underweight and the vet wants him to gain a little back. At 51lbs he's 'a little under' and now at 47.5 the vet says ignore the...
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October 23rd 12 01:00 AM
by Alison[_3_] Go to last post
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Aggressive Behavior Help by Finn
We have a 7.5 month old Eurasier (male, now neutered) who has become very aggressive toward me (his primary caregiver). His attacks started with biting my feet right after he was fed and are now not limited to that. He was diagnosed by a veterinary behaviorist as having anxiety and attention...
October 12th 12 01:49 PM
by micle62 Go to last post
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Our New "Toy" by Jo Wolf
The boss and two of the other gals went to a seminar weekend before last. Someone at the seminar had a usually noisey young dog.... and a new ultrasound unit of the very inexpensive variety. Durn thang actually worked! Point, push button... silence. So the boss had to have one of those, and has...
September 26th 12 11:58 PM
by sonofdog Go to last post
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Castration?? by [email protected]
Just ignore this moron, Howe. He's far past insane...ask him about his magical box that cures ALL behavior problems...LOL.
September 22nd 12 05:15 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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The Resilient Dog by Jo Wolf
It never fails to amaze me how socially resilient dogs can be. One of our breeders who is very ill finally reached out to the breed community for help with rehoming 8 of her adult dogs a few weeks ago. Four bitches in the 5-6yo range, two in the 14-16 month range, 3 males in the 14-16 month...
September 3rd 12 03:26 AM
by pat Chlebowski Go to last post
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