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Posted on: 1:01:42 AM 7/6/2007

We had the same problem, though our crate was just the right size for her. She's part bichon frise so she's people loving and would cry herself to sleep. Once I got...

Posted on: 12:53:34 AM 7/6/2007

She's a pup. She's gonna misbehave, be curious, etc. If you get annoyed with the bitting, give her a chew toy. She's at her teething age about now. If she keeps biting you, whimper, whine, yelp, etc. to get her to understand she's hurting you. If she...

Posted on: 12:49:06 AM 7/6/2007

If this only happens at your house, it's defensive. He's trying to protect 'his' territory. If he attacks friends and family who come in the house, take him and lock him in a seperate room till he calms down, let him out and lock him back up if he do...

Posted on: 12:44:12 AM 7/6/2007

I concur. I've been answering mainly potty training questions with my effective way of potty training which trained our dog Blizzard in about 2-3 days.

Posted on: 12:41:58 AM 7/6/2007

I'd suggest buying a cage. Mice are smart and will eventually chew through the doll house and you'll need to clean it everyday super well in every nook and crany of it, you'll need to block off all windows/ doors/ and enter/ exit ways to the doll hou...

Posted on: 12:38:05 AM 7/6/2007

I trained my dog in about 2 days using these easy and simple steps:
1. Wait a few minutes after your dog eats.
2. Take it outside to play or on a nice long walk.
3. Once it goes, praise it like crazy, pet it, give it treats, anything y...

Posted on: 12:28:44 AM 7/6/2007

Have the pup checked for a bladder infection. If it doesn't have one, maybe it just has a bladder control problem. If that's the case, there's only one thing you can do. I'll give you two easy words: Doggy Dipers. She'll probably hate them at first b...

Posted on: 12:25:02 AM 7/6/2007

Our dog Max we adopted last year and he was 5 and came house trained but I traind our dog Blizzy. Here's how I trained her:
We tryed wee-wee pads and she refused to use them (she prefered our carpet). So once I got her leash trained I'd wait til...

Posted on: 12:18:51 AM 7/6/2007

Play with him a lot. If he starts getting tired, take him for a walk. Leave him alone when you want him to sleep and perhaps he'll sleep longer. If not, maybe he just has to be let out at that time. And he'll learn your schedule eventually. My dogs s...

Posted on: 12:13:44 AM 7/6/2007

First off, the age of 5 weeks to 7 or 8 weeks is a very important stage of a pups life where they learn some manners and that bitting others isn't good. If he bites you say ow, make a whinning, whimper, or yelping nose. He should soon learn he's hurt...

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