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Viewing all posts found for user gbroxon
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Posted on: 3:28:35 PM 11/18/2009

What a pretty dog!

I'm going to guess Golden Retriever X Samoyed.

Posted on: 3:24:49 PM 11/18/2009

Maybe I missed it, but you didn't really mention whether the inappropriate pooping is when you're home or not. Is it right in front of your face (then pick her up mid-poop and take her outside)? Does she sneak off to do it (then start over with potty...

Posted on: 3:03:29 PM 11/18/2009

This is such a hard situation.

To me, if a dog eats and appears to enjoy going outside (albeit with a few accidents along the way) and doesn't seem to be in a lot of pain, she's not ready to go. Heck, my perfectly healthy 6-year-old baby s...

Posted on: 12:36:17 PM 11/2/2009

Granted, I know nothing of lizards or meal worms (although I do fish with meal worms). But I'm curious, how are the meal worms "mutating"? Or maybe you mean "molting"? Either way, please satisfy my curiosity. Thanks!

All the best to you an...

Posted on: 8:28:13 PM 10/31/2009

Be careful with tomatoes as the stems, leaves and immature fruit can cause issues for dogs as well as humans. Tomatoes are, after all, a nightshade plant.

Potatoes, I think, are even worse, according to my research, due to the presence of ...

Posted on: 8:19:16 PM 10/31/2009

O3s are good for animal/human, male/female, IMHO.

Posted on: 5:06:19 PM 10/28/2009

Interesting! And I'm glad no children have been hurt! That wouldn't work in the rural area where I live, as a lot of kids are going to/coming from the bus from across the street. If people didn't have to stop for and could pass a stopped school bus, ...

Posted on: 3:38:52 PM 10/28/2009

Ruffian, do you mean that school bus drivers can't use their safety lights at all? Am I understanding you correctly?

Posted on: 11:23:27 PM 10/23/2009

If there are no accidents and the dog isn't dancin' around with a need to go out earlier in the morning, what's the problem?

Posted on: 10:53:42 AM 10/22/2009

I'm glad you found a solution!

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