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Posted on: 9:36:43 PM 1/5/2008

I agree. It can be caused by an overzealous momma dog at whelping or it can be inherited. I would err on the side of caution and not breed the dog in case it is genetic. It may be a simple repair for your dog but hernias vary greatly in size and pups...

Posted on: 9:30:32 PM 1/5/2008

Congratulations! Some of our dogs have been in the Big Game and Coonhound calendar 2007 and 2008. It makes for great bragging rights at work LOL! He's a beauty. I love his expression!

***Edited By: arachyd1 on 1/5/2008...

Posted on: 8:35:11 PM 12/27/2007

It sounds like you may have a fear biter. That happens when a dog is abused. They start to fear any kind of sudden movement, confinement, or grabbing because in their past it led to pain. Take the dog to a shelter. If it was abused and has attempted ...

Posted on: 9:34:30 PM 12/21/2007

My daughter is sensitive to our 4 hounds but not to our lab mix and our bully mix. The hounds have short, coarse hair and she immediately breaks out in a rash if they touch her bare skin. It does not affect her breathing or cause any other problems, ...

Posted on: 9:26:10 PM 12/21/2007

Wow! Reading your post I was thinking it was probably just a case of canine acne-my dogs tend to be drooly and get it sometimes on their lips or chins, icky but pretty harmless. Then your pics came up. I agree a vet trip is needed to make sure it isn...

Posted on: 9:20:45 PM 12/21/2007

Some of the hunting breeds can be very vocal to the point where they whimper, whine, bark, and howl in differing tones to communicate and sometimes just to hear their own voices. My hounds will even groan in disgust when I walk toward their "cookie j...

Posted on: 10:11:32 PM 11/23/2007

I don't see lab, possibly weimeraner with that coloring. Weims are extremely high-energy dogs and can run very fast.

Posted on: 10:32:15 AM 11/12/2007

There is a lot of information out there on assistance dogs for the deaf. Google that and you should find a lot of information that will help you. While it doesn't sound like you are giving the child an assistance dog you could gain some information o...

Posted on: 10:26:10 AM 11/12/2007

Well, since everyone already complimented you on the dogs (I wholeheartedly agree) let me compliment you on your photgraphy skills! Beautiful pics!

Posted on: 10:06:38 AM 11/11/2007

We've always combined hand signals and voice commands when training our dogs. We just do it the same as regular training except instead of just speaking we make a specific hand gesture (keep them simple) at the same time. Gradually we begin making th...

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