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Posted on: 11:43:35 AM 10/24/2008

When I have had puppies in the past, I disiplined them from biting by holding their tongue when my hand was in their mouth when they bit me. It doesn't hurt them, but it freaks them out. Also, you need to make sure that when they bite you, you make i...

Posted on: 12:15:59 PM 10/22/2008

I cut his nails a little bit shorter last night.. and also I've been walking him on concrete and asphalt surfaces which has made his nails much shorter than the photo. The only reason that his nails were so long is because...

Posted on: 7:37:47 PM 10/21/2008

I'm Mariah and I have some awesome pets.

There's Dexter, a year old, 160 pound English Mastiff puppy-

Posted on: 7:21:01 PM 10/21/2008

Oh I know his nails are too long! He's never had his nails trimmed so I can't cut them any shorter because his quick hasn't receeded. But I'm woking on getting them shorter, slowly but surely.

As for his legs, the photo doesn't do the bow...

Posted on: 6:12:35 PM 10/21/2008

Here's a couple of links to pictures of my Lou Dog:

This is a poor quality picture, but it's a pretty accurate repres...

Posted on: 6:01:51 PM 10/21/2008

I'll post a photo... and I'm also going to try to take him to the vet soon so I can just get him a normal checkup and see about his legs.

Posted on: 12:49:34 PM 10/20/2008

For the other questions, Mini Lops don't need extra care and are easy to take care of. They will love vegetables but don't feed it lettuce because it will cause digestional issues. Cedar chips shouldn't be used because most rabbits are alergic to the...

Posted on: 12:47:35 PM 10/20/2008

#1: You can determine the sex of your bunny in two different ways, one of which you can do now and one of which you will have to wait several months.
If you want to know now, you can sit the bunny on its back with its back feet facing you. Then...

Posted on: 12:43:18 PM 10/20/2008

Sadly, cottontail babies will usually never survive because they have a defense mechinism that enables them to make themselves die when they're scared.
IF the bunny does survive, you should make it a nest in a cardboard box with high walls and ...

Posted on: 12:39:23 PM 10/20/2008

You should put cornstarch on it. It doesn't just clog the bleeding area and dry it, but it actually causes the thin vessel (quick) that is bleeding to close, similar to burning an open wound but without the pain.
I used to have rabbits and we d...

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