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Viewing all posts found for user Sanimallover
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Posted on: 10:32:21 PM 6/30/2009

I assume that what ever you did, has already happened. If I had seeen this post earlier, I would have told you that females make their nests a couple days before they give birth. So she would have given birth a few days later if she was pregnant at a...

Posted on: 1:28:35 PM 6/22/2009

Does the dog enjoy possibly the smell? Maybe you could try a different brand, maybe he'll/she'll stop. It might be the scent... Good luck. (Maybe you could put the boxes in another spot if that doesn't work.)

Posted on: 10:58:20 AM 6/21/2009

You could possibly not do it, or try it at a slower pace. You could begin putting in the new dog food with the old brand. Start mixing very little at first, then put more and more until all there is is the new dog food. But I would maybe try this at ...

Posted on: 10:54:06 AM 6/21/2009

I'd suggest to wait and observe your dog. Perhaps this is normal for your dog, but if it is causing problems for your dog, I suggest you go to the vet. If it is causing no problems than perhaps it is not something to worry about. Keep watching your d...

Posted on: 10:50:50 AM 6/21/2009

I agree with the first response, look in the newspapers, or online. You could get a book on toy size dogs and see if you have interest in any of them. I have even seen people who have put up small posters on the doors of petsmart or petco titled, "Lo...

Posted on: 10:44:40 AM 6/21/2009

I know I'm a new dog owner myself, but I do have some thoughts. I'm not sure what is happening with your dog, but maybe you could look into this a bit more. Has anything changed in your house? Any new people? Or just any changes? This might be the c...

Posted on: 10:39:27 AM 6/21/2009

I already have planned out a way I will train my new puppy that is coming home in a few months. (Havn't actually found the puppy yet...) But do any breeders out there have tips on training the puppy? It is going to be a medium or small dog, most like...

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