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Posted on: 11:41:08 PM 11/6/2003

The jumping I can definitely offer suggestions on. What the problem is is that the dogs have learned that they get attention and rewards when people come over. Yes they may get yelled at, but even that's attention in and of itself. When a dog jumps ...

Posted on: 6:36:02 PM 11/5/2003

I think you'd do fine getting any of those breeds you have listed. Most cats learn to tolerate puppies eventually, though there might be a few 'object lessons' involved for your new dog if he harrasses the cat too much. Most cats do the 'hiss' then...

Posted on: 2:23:12 PM 10/30/2003

Our mixed breed dog Bowen gets ear infections. Actually pretty much any floppy eared dog is going to be prone to getting them, that's one of the reasons ear cropping became popular, it helps prevent ear infections because there's always open air circ...

Posted on: 12:41:25 AM 10/20/2003

That is definitely a dominance issue then, and you need to start doing the things we suggested already immediately. Get the crate, and start putting some discipline in that puppy's life before she takes over yours. If she seems to be getting out of c...

Posted on: 4:38:53 PM 10/18/2003

well said, to the previous poster. Actually after I read what I had posted, I realized I should have suggested getting in touch with the breeder as well, but was so tired I just went to bed heh. I have heard of problems with dominance in spaniels, b...

Posted on: 5:01:56 AM 10/18/2003

Growling in a young dog would either mean one of two things, the first is your dog just doesn't like kids, which is possible. The second, and this can be common to spaniels for some reason, is that it's a dominance issue. I'd go with the second perso...

Posted on: 2:28:17 PM 10/14/2003

Labs, regardless of color, are great dogs. They're friendly, eager to please, reliable, good with kids, obedient, easy to train. Labs are the most popular breed in the US by far, in the AKC alone, labs registry numbers are around 150,000 dogs total. ...

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