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Posted on: 4:35:46 PM 9/20/2010

I agree...she really does look like she's had a litter. However, if you can feel pups, which you should definitely be able to, plus see them move,(if she's pregnant) then the sure fire way to find out is to take her to ...

Posted on: 4:00:47 PM 9/20/2010

This is possibly one of the saddest cases I've heard about. The mentally unstable owner should be banned from owning any animal for life.

Posted on: 1:32:31 PM 9/14/2010

If you are a proper breeder, your health testing is of primary importance for both pet and show quality dogs. You seldom have more than 1 show quality (possibly breeding stock) in a litter.
People who are well educ...

Posted on: 1:17:53 PM 9/12/2010

Yes, your beautiful Bully will drool, but not excessively so...of course I'm not a very good person to ask because I have pretty well always had drooly dogs, and it never bothered me!!!! He's a lovely puppy, good luck w...

Posted on: 1:09:27 PM 9/12/2010

Personally, I would get the new little brat her own toys!! I would reprimand her when she hogs your older dog's toys, tell her NO in a stern voice, and use a spray bottle of water to reinforce the fact that everythin...

Posted on: 1:02:45 PM 9/12/2010

I agree with the former post. Make sure the pups have their food soaked in formula, or you can make your own. One important thing to consider with a small breed like a

Posted on: 9:51:51 AM 9/4/2010

I would get the male away from the litter, the mother cat may think he's going to try and kill them. Keep him seperated somehow, and find a nice cozy place for the mother and kittens. You can also try to start feeding t...

Posted on: 9:54:12 AM 8/31/2010

Sorry, I didn't see the age of the puppy. This is normal 8 week old puppy behavior....I would keep a section of the house gated off or use an x-pen so that the puppy isn't always biting your 5 year old for starters. Be ...

Posted on: 9:47:01 AM 8/31/2010

Beagles can be hard to train, but the overall remedy is just firm consistant training. Have you tried to crate train her? Have you thought about obedience classes?

Posted on: 9:42:06 AM 8/31/2010

I've had the odd cat that sounds like your little beast Scout. I have a friend who has a 7 year old neutered male who regularly attacks her legs, and yowls for attention....he's not sick, he's just a bugger! I believe s...

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