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Posted on: 8:46:22 PM 3/17/2009

what do you mean by anxious? Do you mean nervous and shy or constantly active? Most breeds of hound are extremely high-energy dogs needing lots of exercise. GSDs also need a good amount of exercise to keep them healthy.

Posted on: 12:03:56 AM 3/3/2009

One thing you definitely need to ask is why the dog is being culled. If it is for temperament or health problems you should look for another dog.

Posted on: 6:22:57 PM 2/8/2009

The only chronic problem with dew claws that is definitely going to happen (in a breed where they don't touch the ground) is that the nail is going to grow too fast. This causes it to either curl back and dig into the dog causing a painful sore or it...

Posted on: 6:15:39 PM 2/8/2009

If they refuse to let go of each other and the fight is indoors and you are the only person available one way is to firmly grab the hind end (not near the front or you will be more likely to get bitten) of one dog and back through a doorway. As soon ...

Posted on: 6:07:25 PM 2/8/2009

It sounds like you may have to find a way to keep the dog away from your grandmother, however well-intentioned she may be, if she ignores your rules about feeding him. If the problems started when she began giving him cheese it sounds like he is one ...

Posted on: 7:16:44 PM 1/27/2009

When Maggie, my first coonhound, was a pup I took her for lots of woods walks. We anxiously waited for signs she would be able to follow a scent trail. One day she sniffed around intently and took off running through waist-high blueberry bushes for a...

Posted on: 7:02:30 PM 1/27/2009

Excellent advice has been given. Since it has been about 6 months, how has the horse been coming along? A runaway horse is extremely dangerous.

Posted on: 9:03:59 PM 1/23/2009

Laurashenk, I'm glad you said it first...I was sorely tempted. When I saw the topic's title I thought of some weird ointment being used like Bag Balm or Chapstick, maybe for help treating mastitis or something.

Posted on: 9:44:21 PM 1/22/2009

I wouldn't worry too much about it unless your dogs are very young, very old, or immuno-compromised. Salmonella is practically everywhere in the environment and dogs taste test everything. They are not nearly as susceptible to problems from salmonell...

Posted on: 5:24:36 PM 1/20/2009

I think the best scenario would be for them to adopt a dog of such indeterminate breeding that no particular breed or mix would be brought into the public eye. Rather shelter dogs in general would soar in popularity as being the choice of the first f...

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