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Viewing all posts found for user Renorey
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Posted on: 5:47:51 PM 10/1/2008

It is nothing more than a battery operated dremmel with a head that has holes and you size which hole fits your dogs nails.

The problem I see is most people won't know how to use it.
1. The speed of the dremmel will build up heat a...

Posted on: 12:09:40 PM 1/19/2008

You are teaching him that if he cries and barks he gets what he wants. If you are anything like my wife this will be hard for you but you have to do it now, you have to establish the ground rules not him.

Let him know that he will have mo...

Posted on: 1:29:51 PM 11/26/2007

I will stand corrected by scout. I did grow up with dogs as a child but my first dog as an adult was a doberman and an alfa male at that. I have been around horses my entire life and have trained them so I had experience in that respect but I will ...

Posted on: 9:03:12 PM 11/25/2007

I have dobermans and they are all of what you are looking for. However, any working dog or protection dog requires an educated owner, one who can socialize the dog, train the dog and spend time interacting with the dog constantly.

I don...

Posted on: 7:52:00 PM 11/7/2007

We feed our dobermans a dry kibble and supplement it with salmon and samon oil for the omega 3. We use the bonless and skinless salmon.

Posted on: 11:13:53 PM 9/24/2007

Thanks all it is kind of what I had in mind to cook up some peas and carrots with her food. The only thing is I will use fresh because canned is high in sodium.

Thanks again all

Posted on: 9:18:59 PM 9/24/2007

Does anybody feed vegetables to their dogs. My little girl blew up during her last heat cycle and can't seem to take it off.

She is a 3 year old doberman who put on 4-1/2lbs during her last heat cycle. I have her down to 1 cup of Timberw...

Posted on: 6:25:50 PM 9/9/2007

Thank you both for your input. This is the reason I stayed with this site, this is the kind of help that use to take place when I first joined, not the bs and bashing that seems to overwelm this site now-a-day.

What Savanah said makes sen...

Posted on: 11:58:20 PM 9/8/2007

No it is not her 1st heat she was 3 this past April. I do plan on breeding her on her next heat but don't want her at at this time real or false as I am trying to get her last major on her before I breed her and majors are hard enough and far and fe...

Posted on: 11:36:26 PM 9/8/2007

My female has just finidhed her heat cycle (started on 8/4)and looks bloated and still has a bit of a hood.

She has always been like clock work but this past heat cycle she had all the signs of starting in july and then nothing (no drippin...

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