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Viewing all posts found for user MAXandSIMONE
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Posted on: 6:45:56 PM 7/27/2008

Thank you for your suggestion.

Posted on: 2:28:00 PM 7/27/2008

Hello everyone, I have a two year old regularly healthy Rottweiler. However, up until yesterday after dinner which consists of Eagle Pack Holistic for large breed dog...

Posted on: 12:20:37 PM 3/18/2007

Awesome!! Thanks for the replies. That does sounds like a great follow up book. As soon as everyone gets this first book, just let me know :)

Posted on: 1:58:28 PM 3/16/2007

This past week I bought this amazing book, "How Dogs Learn," by Mary Burch and Jon Bailey. I love it. In the Foreward it says this book could function as the substance of a formal workshop or course. The book covers the content of an undergraduate...

Posted on: 1:43:47 PM 3/16/2007

We have a 1.5 year old English Springer Spaniel, and a 11.5 month old Ro...

Posted on: 7:40:19 PM 3/12/2007

I stuff just aboout anything into the kong. My dog Max partiularly like beans....either frozen or fresh long green beans....I just stuff a bunch right in. I also put in cheese, boiled chicken, peanut butter. I sometimes mash up banana with a littl...

Posted on: 3:27:42 PM 3/11/2007

Do you know what ingredients makes either of those better than the max...

Thanks for addressing the fact that I wasn't changing the brand...I read that last night, and didn't have the enery to correct him/her...

Posted on: 3:41:46 PM 3/10/2007

Simone (our 11 month old Rottweiler) will turn 1 year old on April 2. She is currntly on Nutro Max, lamb and rice, for large breed puppies. We were wondering when we should start transitioning her to adult dog food (same brand, but for adult dogs)?

Posted on: 5:05:40 PM 3/7/2007

Has anyone else had a similar problem like this, and if so, have they tried this method or any others?? Also, what about with the food bowl?

Posted on: 5:49:12 PM 3/6/2007

We have a very well behavied Rottweiler. She is only 11 months old. We have trained her and socialized her over the past year. When she is given a bone, our other ...

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