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Viewing all posts found for user Labluvr43
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Posted on: 7:33:58 AM 7/24/2007

First, I got her from a rescue. Secondly, the marks appeared to be scar from a surgery but it was a scratch on her abdomen. I gave her back as I was misinformed and it is too much with two dogs in one apartment. The area I live in costs 500+ for a...

Posted on: 11:16:22 PM 7/20/2007

She was not spayed and has been returned as it's not fair to either one to be seperated and I can't afford to have a pregnant dog in my apartment. Thanks for all the great replies

Posted on: 5:44:43 PM 7/15/2007

Thanks for all of the replies, will keep ya'll posted on their progression towards each other

Posted on: 4:32:39 PM 7/15/2007

He's calming down. I have a "fix" in that he goes for a toy or a ball when he gets frustrated. Since I had him he has been submissive, usually going with the flow with both males and females. Intact males he doesn't like, my parents dog is spayed ...

Posted on: 12:10:24 PM 7/15/2007

Nothing is wrong with her that I can see. This topic was about my male lab. Just answering back about a possible UTI. Sorry if I confused ya ;)

Posted on: 9:47:32 AM 7/15/2007

In my experience, females with a UTI tend to squat a lot more, my parents dog when she gets them, squats a couple of times a minute over the normal once or twice in 10 or so minutes

Posted on: 11:25:28 PM 7/14/2007

Thanks Pen!!!

I forgot about the spray bottle, or even what my parents used, a can quarter to half full of coins to make noise. Can I do the same for his whining, he is going to pant, young dog, the pant/whining while it's cute, is kind o...

Posted on: 10:15:55 PM 7/14/2007

She is spayed, see the suture marks along the abdomen. He is constantly trying to hump her. She snaps back at him whilst he is just standing there "dry-humping" the air for a minute or two. I have had her for about 8 hours now, and he has been wit...

Posted on: 8:32:02 PM 7/14/2007

I have a 2.5 year old Male black lab and he's intact. I just adopted a spayed lab/dane mix and my male won't stop panting/whining. Is there a technique I can use to calm him down? I am getting him neutered as soon as I can find a less-expensive pl...

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