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Posted on: 12:42:48 PM 1/20/2004

This is a dominance related thing, your puppy is trying to establish his dominance over your children. Not a good thing. Have you looked into taking him to puppy classes for beginning obedience training? Do your children help out withfeeding him and ...

Posted on: 6:16:50 PM 1/19/2004

Heh I know you love your boyfriend but if he is gone so much, and you're going to be the one staying with the dog, find a hypo allergenic dog YOU like and go with it. Aren't I cruel? BTW if you didn't know, many burglers and criminals are detered ...

Posted on: 10:03:57 AM 1/19/2004

All breeds should be both inside and outside dogs at the very least. However, it is true that some breeds of dog are more comfortable spending most of their time outdoors. Alaskan Malamutes, for example. While it is cruel to leave a dog outside tied...

Posted on: 4:15:26 PM 1/17/2004

I think fleas live anywhere that it is warm, IMHO. Go ahead and try the flea medication, it can't hurt. Even in this cold weather. No other suggestions for the ears I'm afraid. Other than maybe cleaning them once a week with cotton balls and alcohol...

Posted on: 2:14:16 PM 1/17/2004

If the lab gets most of her hot spots during summer I'd strongly suspect a flea allergy. Some dogs are so sensitive to fleas jsut touching them can cause reactions, even if you never see fleas on the dog. If you aren't using a flea medication, try f...

Posted on: 11:52:33 PM 1/16/2004

Have you taken her to the vet's office to have it checked out to make sure there's nothing inside the inner ear causing the problem? I've heard that sometimes dogs can show allergies to food by ear infections, not sure how true this is though. I'm no...

Posted on: 9:49:44 PM 1/16/2004

First off, make sure you get your dog from a breeder who's dogs come with a written health guarantee contract. This will give you either the option of getting a refund on the price you paid for the puppy, or possibly getting a puppy in the next litt...

Posted on: 9:03:22 AM 1/16/2004

Good breeders also welcome calls from you giving updates on the puppy. They *want* to see pictures, after all this is their 'extended' family. They often have contracts for you to sign, that spell out a health guarantee for the puppies they sell. B...

Posted on: 2:29:29 PM 1/11/2004

Yogurt does work in helping with diarrhea, and so does canned pumpkin (not pumpkin pie filling).

Posted on: 5:06:20 PM 1/9/2004

We use a prong collar on our dog.. I'm not sure why you call it an invisible fence collar? Is there a collar from them that has a prong type attachment or something? Anyway I've never known anyone who's had this happen to their dog, but then I do knw...

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