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Posted on: 8:56:51 PM 4/18/2007

you sure she's maby just fat or, well.... is she REALLY big if so at least you'll have little babbies!!!! so look on the bright side what could be rong with puppies, just that they could act like puppies!

Posted on: 8:11:37 PM 4/16/2007

i now that she's just a puppy for 1 thing, and you ether have to keep telling her "NO" or if she continies put her in a crate!!!! and you can play with her with her chew toys!

Posted on: 4:56:59 PM 4/16/2007

my puppy has a little problom GOING in the house!!!! i ncan't stop her i need help!!

Posted on: 8:39:58 AM 4/15/2007

my mom thinks that my faimly needs time befor we get a new puppy, because our old dog just died! but I won't show mom to my mom that I can take care of a puppy by myself!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted on: 11:42:56 AM 4/14/2007

My 3 year old minnie Duchsond has a little problom barking!When someone knoocks on my door she barks for 30 min.If you have an idea... PLAESE help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted on: 7:51:33 AM 4/14/2007

What you need to do is when ever your puppy takes a nap, when it's done you need to walk him/her outside. Everytime walk it to the edge of the yard ionstead of the middle of the yard where everyone steps. And just walk it about 20 to 30 minutes after...

Posted on: 8:53:29 PM 4/13/2007

I know you may miss her alot, but you have to relize that she is in a better place, its better than seeing her suffer every morning when you wake up. So just love your other dog, or other pet and you'll be fine.

Posted on: 8:51:27 PM 4/13/2007

The dog may not get along but it is their territory. The dogs were there first. It may take a very long time, but eventally , so give the dogs time.

Posted on: 8:46:39 PM 4/13/2007

My dog just died. She was 14 1/2 years old. She was a very good dog. I loved her. But for some reason, I can't seem to shake her off. I loved her alot, and I miss her alot, alot and a lot!. What should I do to stop missing her as much, but still love...

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