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Posted on: 11:37:56 PM 7/14/2011

It sounds as if she has too much freedom. You need to go back to square one... if you cannot watch her, she should be in her kennel. If you want her hanging out with you, have her on a leash tethered to you so that you can avoid her sneaking off and ...

Posted on: 8:01:19 PM 7/14/2011

Almost forgot about your anal sac question.... are they impacted or infected? As long as it is not something that requires antibiotics or surgery, any groomer can express the glands themselves and teach you how to do it as well. I have an older dog w...

Posted on: 7:58:20 PM 7/14/2011

As long as you have ruled out any medical reason for his food refusal, I would say it sounds as if your dog has become a picky eater due to the new food. A real quick fix is to do as follows:

Put food down in the AM.. if he doesn't eat it ...

Posted on: 7:50:48 PM 7/14/2011

She sounds like a puppy who has not learned her boundaries as of yet. I suggest you read up on NILIF (nothing in life for free) training and go back to basics with her.

I also suggest you not allow guests to interact with her until she is...

Posted on: 7:46:04 PM 7/14/2011

This is most definitely not normal and totaly unacceptable behavior. A dog should not act aggressive toward anyone who poses no threat. I suggest you not allow this dog to interact with anyone other than your immediate household until you are able to...

Posted on: 7:38:10 PM 7/14/2011

Your puppy is only 12 weeks old...you need to give it some time. It is way too soon to expect perfection in potty training and it will require a bit more vigilance on your part. Like kids, all puppies vary in how quickly they learn.... it takes a lot...

Posted on: 12:13:22 PM 7/2/2011

Sounds like it may be episodes of low blood sugar. I suggest you go to a regular vet rather than an e vet and determine if your dog may be hypoglycemic or diebetic. It may be a diet related issue as well and not anything serious. Research some info o...

Posted on: 2:02:50 PM 7/1/2011

It is difficult to give an average weight since there can be a wide varience in overall type and size in the American Bulldog breed as a whole. I have seen full...

Posted on: 1:54:46 PM 7/1/2011

Your girl is a bulldog breed and has reached maturity... the time when issues such as dog aggression and dog reactiveness can begin to occur. Realize too, that small animals such as cats and small dogs can cause a prey type reaction to kick in and th...

Posted on: 6:26:03 PM 7/16/2010

Medications and antibiotics strip the system of good and bad bacteria. Not replenishing can lead to continued digestive upset/diarrhea, etc. I suggest you purchase a good probiotic to give to replenish the good bacteria. They can be found at most pet...

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