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Posted on: 11:24:02 PM 10/11/2008

I think you guys are a couple of cans short of a six-pack ;)

I dont' baby talk my dogs but it's mostly because I don't baby talk my kid either. However I do hug them and they're trained to 'kiss' on command lol

Posted on: 10:50:54 AM 10/4/2008

Keep Eliza on a leash at all times so you can give her instant correction any time she tries to go after the cats. She needs to learn the behavior is unacceptable and that the cats are not toys, the leash is the safest and easiest way to do that. A...

Posted on: 9:52:18 AM 10/4/2008

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Posted on: 4:14:54 PM 10/3/2008

1. You could, but you should not, as it's horrifically irresponsible of you to be selling the offspring of two dogs when you have no idea of the health of their parents. Not to mention, the price of vet care alone would probably be more than you co...

Posted on: 6:37:10 PM 9/25/2008

It's sad but true, dogs can show signs of hip dysplasia at such a young age. My husband said he saw a 4 month old german shepherd once when he was making a ...

Posted on: 7:53:39 AM 9/8/2008

Actually a DNA test won't identify her breeds.

Well she's clearly some kind of dachshund mix, from her coat and coat texture I'd guess a straight Dachshund/...

Posted on: 7:52:36 PM 9/7/2008

Since all of those dog breeds are herding dogs, none of those breeds are breeds I would consider as water-loving breeds the way retrievers are.

Posted on: 1:39:28 PM 9/7/2008

How about making it so that you have to have a second opinion from a vet of your choosing? That's what a lot of good breeders do. Also, for someone claiming hip dysplasia, I'd require that the results be submitted to OFA, since that way the x-rays ...

Posted on: 12:57:34 PM 9/7/2008

I understand your not wanting to use physical force to correct your dog but I personally don't see a collar tug and a firm 'no' as being overly forceful. Especially if what you're currently doing isn't working. You really need to make him understan...

Posted on: 12:04:02 AM 9/7/2008

Well first off, realize that he's only 10 weeks old. He's still just a baby, many dogs aren't fully housetrained until they're 6 months old, so there are going to be setbacks. It can take even longer to housetrain toy dogs like yorkies.


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