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Viewing all posts found for user agentsmith
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Posted on: 9:04:28 PM 9/13/2009

vomiting, loose stool and refusing to eat and play are usually signs your dog might need medical attention. If its been this way for more than a day, I'd definitely bring your dog to the vet.

Posted on: 8:57:57 PM 9/13/2009

oops, it was in the post made by ruffian... No link, but its cut and pasted. You are right though, this is an old thread.

Posted on: 5:22:41 PM 9/13/2009


The conclusion of the article you listed doesn't match its contents. Inside the article there, it says that mongrels lived longer and had fewer health problems..

Posted on: 10:55:00 AM 9/8/2009

If you have a second person there to keep a gentle hand on the dog and whisper "stay" repeatedly, it can really make a difference. Just the presence of someone lightly holding it back has always helped me...

If the dog makes a dart for ...

Posted on: 10:49:50 AM 9/8/2009

To the OP:

You are doing a good thing by redirecting the dog while digging, and you might want to carry that over to the biting. What I've always done is disciplined the puppy, then put a toy up to their mouth, and praise them when they b...

Posted on: 10:38:02 AM 9/8/2009

If you are leaving a towel in there, remove it. Its nice to give the dog something soft to lay on, but it keeps the urine off the dog. He might feel less comfortable peeing in there if he is going to get it on him.

If you have a ca...

Posted on: 9:55:08 AM 8/6/2009

You never know. What he poster is interpreting as "blotches" could just be an inflamed area surrounded by a rash. If there is any fur in the area, it could obscure it.

As far as the pattern, it won't necessarily have a no-rash clearing i...

Posted on: 9:47:58 AM 8/6/2009

Say whatever you will, but negative consequences are a fact of life for just about every living being on the planet. Dogs deal with it in the wild, and people deal with it in their lives too on a daily basis.

Its a noble idea to try and...

Posted on: 4:53:39 PM 8/5/2009

If the dog swallowed the chicken bone whole, couldn't that cause an obstruction?

Posted on: 4:46:43 PM 8/5/2009

It could be a lot of things, but its important to get checked out.. It could be something as simple as a rash - my sheltie had a skin infection when she was young. It could be a bite, and allergice reaction..

It could be something seriou...

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