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Posted on: 12:42:10 PM 2/18/2012

Is Keeva's coat short or long? Sammy's is short.

Posted on: 5:45:27 PM 2/15/2012

Well, since you rescued her she probably wasn't sosilized well. Have everybody you meet be kind, gentle, and sweet. Have them used soft voices. Bring some treats aong so the can give her one. Same with your daughter. Use soft voices around you house...

Posted on: 5:08:30 PM 2/14/2012

I heard somewhere around 18 months they're considered adults. I brush Sammy evey day. (brushing a dog's coat keeps their skin healthy) My mom takes him to the groomers every two months to get his hair trimmed, a bath, nails clipped, hair brushed, and...

Posted on: 4:48:32 PM 2/11/2012

To prevent her pooping in her kennel, take her out a couple of times in the middle of the night. Take her out at 12:00am, 2:00am, 4:00am, 6:00am. Try to go to bed around 10:00pm (take her out right before you go to bed) and wake up around 8:00am. (ta...

Posted on: 10:41:37 AM 2/11/2012

Wow! That must be exciting! Congragulations.

Posted on: 10:40:08 AM 2/11/2012

Greetings! Since it's February, where I live it's cold and today there's snow. This will probably be going on for a while. So, my dog's going to get over weight if I don't excersise him. I need some ideas for indoor activities. So far we play fetch i...

Posted on: 6:24:24 PM 2/6/2012

That's such a cute slideshow!

Posted on: 6:12:11 PM 2/6/2012

Try talking to your vet, that's probably the best way to found out. =)

Posted on: 11:09:31 AM 2/5/2012

I think she's part Chow Chow, Shiba Inu, Pitbull, and Sharpei.

Posted on: 11:04:04 AM 2/5/2012

Your dog probably just wants attention. Dogs can't sit down and play a video game or read a book, so your dog gets bored. That's probably why this biting problem is happening. So, try to spend as much time as you can with him. Play with him, pet him,...

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