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Posted on: 2:48:43 PM 2/16/2006

For my guy it was really just a matter of getting him use to the hair dryer time and time again. He didn't like it much at first but is much better now, although, he also wasn't afraid of space heaters etc. like yours, so I can see it being alot m...

Posted on: 12:43:54 PM 2/13/2006

Perhaps you may put it to yourself this way. As Diesel's 'Mom' you must make your decisions based on what's best for his welfare and take you own selfish (I don't mean that in a negative way) emotions out of the equation.

I think that ...

Posted on: 2:34:54 AM 2/6/2006

Gosh, maybe you should be glad he's not interested in sleeping with you. I've got a 20lb Boston who climbs into bed with me during the night and by the morning he's laying cross ways the bed, snoring and very comfortable and I'm huddled to one cor...

Posted on: 3:53:56 PM 2/4/2006

My Dexter is a destoyer of all things stuffed so ebay is a great place for me to shop for stuffed animals. Usually I can find a case lot of Zannies squeaky toys for about $25 including shipping for about 15 toys. Much cheaper than paying $8 or $1...

Posted on: 11:50:25 AM 2/2/2006

That was a good laugh! Especially about the bed.

Sometimes my 22 pound "Prince" sneaks into bed at night and I wake up in the morning, with hardly any covers and clinging to one corner of the mattress while his highness is sleeping cro...

Posted on: 11:38:24 AM 2/2/2006

My little Boston is always slipping into my husband's room to lick large wet spots on the mattress sheet. Now we just need to be sure to keep the bedroom door closed or else my husband gets a wet surprise when he climbs into bed!

Of cou...

Posted on: 1:51:46 AM 1/31/2006

What's the purpose for it though and how often is it typically done?

Posted on: 1:23:18 AM 1/31/2006

If there is no obvious problem does one need to ever express the anal glands? Of all the dogs we had growing up none except our Shih Tzu ever had it done.


Posted on: 3:58:05 PM 1/24/2006

I love French Bulldogs! She's really a beautiful dog especially that face! Very handsome!

Posted on: 3:51:16 PM 1/24/2006

I also resently posted a similar question. In our case it's literally been raining everyday since last year so Dexter can't be outside very long. He's a Boston and even with a winter coat on he gets very cold quickly. He's very happy to play but wh...

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