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Posted on: 11:13:56 AM 8/22/2008


Just wondering if anyone has any good suggestions on a good shampoo for a Westie. I understand that Westies can have sensitive/dry skin. Both the vet and the breeder mentioned this to me. I took a quick look at Petsmart, and I was a b...

Posted on: 9:56:30 AM 8/19/2008

I have tried the lure method with my puppy and she gets it, but she won't go down if she doesn't see/smell the treat. I'd like to be able to do it from a standing position, without having to come down all the time. What is the hand signal that you gu...

Posted on: 11:32:02 AM 8/15/2008

Thanks for all the tips and advice! She is somewhat trained to go on command... works about 75% of the time, but I think the suggestion makes a lot of sense, so we'll keep working on that until it's 100%. Molly just had her 4-month vaccines two days ...

Posted on: 11:33:37 AM 8/11/2008


My 16-week-old Westie girl, Molly, has been paper trained since she came home at 8 weeks old. Well actually, she's trained to go on a puppy pad. She seems to finally get it, despite some accidents every now and then. We live in an apa...

Posted on: 4:05:58 PM 8/7/2008

Hi. I had somewhat similar problems with my Westie (Molly) the first two weeks I had her (her 8th and 9th week). She wasn't biting my face, but would literally pounce and attack my toes! she was very nippy, and sometimes aggressive. I tried the water...

Posted on: 12:45:02 PM 8/5/2008


My 15-week old Westie has finally started going on outdoor walks on the streets and to the park (the vet just gave us the "ok"). She has loved every walk, and has really enjoyed meeting other puppies and dogs. She has also been going ...

Posted on: 10:45:11 AM 7/30/2008

Hi! I came across your question as I did a google search on "puppy eating poop". My 15-week old Westie, her name is Molly, seems to like eating her poop too, so I sympathize with you- your situation is a lot like mine, since I also live by myself and...

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