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Posted on: 9:33:55 AM 5/5/2011

My other dog does that whenever she's in a crate and I bring out my other dog. Does she bark when the other dogs are inside the room with her? Or does she only bark when she's alone in the room without the other dogs and you guys? That's what my o...

Posted on: 10:34:09 PM 4/24/2011

Hello Everyone,

Sry for this 2nd topic. I wasn't sure if people were going to read the first topic. This is a new problem I just discovered that's pretty impossible for me to do.

I was talking about the same new dog I got from...

Posted on: 5:21:42 PM 4/15/2011

Yeah, that's what I was thinking when I was doing that. I only did it 2 times so far, the first one was an accident and 2nd one was kind of an experiment to see if she learned her lesson. But of course, both occassions were that she already finishe...

Posted on: 10:18:23 AM 4/15/2011

I just got a new dog yesterday. This is my 2nd dog. She's a golden retriever ch...

Posted on: 6:00:02 PM 9/6/2010

Hello, was your dog eating a different dog food before you bought the food your vet recommended?

Posted on: 10:57:39 PM 9/4/2010

Thanks a lot. It seems you're right. It was probably just an upset stomach. Other than the vomiting I mentioned, nothing else was wrong with him. He's happy all day and not a single weird or bad thing happened.

I'm only able to walk ...

Posted on: 11:00:13 AM 9/4/2010

Hello Everyone,

I have a 4 months 2 weeks old lab retriever puppy. He eats quite well, he tends to swallow and not chew his food though and since he's quite thin, I give him more food than usual (I can see his ribs at a certain angle but ...

Posted on: 8:40:19 AM 8/23/2010

I've watched a lot about this on how you can slowly make them accept her as a member of the "pack". It takes a while and a lot of effort on your part.

It's best to do this outside, on a wide area since it's a neutral area and requires 2 ...

Posted on: 10:44:50 AM 8/22/2010

I apologize in advance for a very very long post.

I'm having huge problems with my new puppy. I know he's teething and wants to chew on everything so I can't blame him but I can't stop him from biting my hands and my legs and my feet and ...

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