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Viewing all posts found for user figgy
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Posted on: 5:22:16 PM 8/2/2007

It seemed like my pup (now 4 1/2 months) drank incredible amounts of water...vet said it was fine...due to increased temps and the rapid growth they go through.

Posted on: 1:32:22 AM 8/2/2007

Make sure you ask some professional breeders who they would reccommend. Not many vets are trained to do it anymore and it truly is an art form. An ugly crop is HORRIBLE. Also, be prepared to stick with it for the long haul. We have a 4 1/2 mo. ol...

Posted on: 1:18:26 AM 8/2/2007

I've heard that thyroid problems are fairly common in beagles. One of our beagles is on t...

Posted on: 1:07:01 AM 8/2/2007

I actually use the clicker to train my horses as well. We taught one of our beagles "bring" w/it so whenever we point to an item (slipper, his food dish, etc.) and say "...

Posted on: 12:53:35 AM 8/2/2007

I agree that a neighborhood dog coming uninvited isn't the most desirable situation and the owner should know, however, your "baby" isn't a tiny, defenseless creature :0) It would be a great idea to join a puppy class or a well run doggie daycare so...

Posted on: 12:43:28 AM 8/2/2007

We have 2 beagles - very vocal and definate escape artists! I hung a bell beside my back door - just low enough for the dogs to reach with their noses and we started by ...

Posted on: 12:28:36 AM 8/2/2007

My dogs have learned to love their crates! I always say,"Go to your room" and they go right in - alot of times they go in on their own just to hang out if they want peace and quiet. I always gave them something extra special when they were placed in ...

Posted on: 12:21:28 AM 8/2/2007

I would be sure to keep it as clean as possible, washing,checking and tending to it daily. Could it be a wound that is oozing puss because it's infected? You might think about bringing him in before a month goes by.

Posted on: 12:01:18 AM 8/2/2007

Agreed about the rawhide...not neccesarily the best choice. I would also add to be sure to have a wide variety of dog toys (and lots of them!) with all different textures for your dog to chew on. I might suggest that children's teethers probably wo...

Posted on: 11:45:34 PM 8/1/2007

I second Wiley's comment. Breeding is time and labor intensive, it can be very expensive and even cost you the life of your dog. What will you do if 6 months down the road someone returns one of your pups? (this happened to a friend - nightmare!) A...

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