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Posted on: 3:58:48 PM 1/13/2008

it could also be the dog food, some dogs are allergic to the soy or grains in the food. Raw diets seem to work really well, most are not any harder to feed then canned food. Also find out if anyone sprays their yard where the dog walks and sniffs....

Posted on: 10:00:48 PM 1/12/2008

I loved the hooves when I had my full size aussies. they were the only things that could keep her happy. she went through rawhide in a matter of seconds. the only problem besides the smell (which never bothered me), they can chip/crack teeth on t...

Posted on: 9:52:17 PM 1/12/2008

If you can sleep to music, try earphones or a radio by your bed. it may get your mind off the Barking. You could also call the humane society or local police and see if there is a way to complain without anyone know who you are. Good luck

Posted on: 9:27:40 PM 1/10/2008

I don't know which would be easier for housbreaking, but I think it is great that they are learning so fast. The only problem I can come up with is if any buyers have cats. It may be confusing. Other then that I don't think either one makes a diff...

Posted on: 6:30:10 PM 1/10/2008

My boss breeds Mi-Ki's, and one or two of her pups have had that problem. They grew out of it without to much trouble. It is rough to deal with, but it should only last for a little while. Good luck

Posted on: 9:36:54 PM 1/9/2008

My Mini aussies (I breed) do that also. It drives my husband up a wall. Luckily I am mostly deaf and wear hearing aids so I don't usually hear them. They know when my alarm goes off, and will bark and whine, they know they get out. Your pup has p...

Posted on: 9:26:42 PM 1/9/2008

It could be just the beagle in him. They are know for alot of talking. It is just the way they are.

Posted on: 10:52:42 PM 12/23/2007

I always ask everyone who says that to me, how many do you want to take care of? I was an avid horseback rider, until almost 2yrs ago when someone decided not to stop at a stopsign and slam into me. I am hoping when I my back heals i will be able t...

Posted on: 10:45:26 PM 12/23/2007

I know the feeling, I groom dogs, and most clients are very generous this time of year. There are a few that dont give anything no matter how hard you work to fit them in. but most are great. I try to give whenever I can also, there are many peopl...

Posted on: 10:33:35 PM 12/22/2007

I groom dogs for a living, and I am allergic. I take over the counter allergy meds (mostly claratin). 99% of the time I am fine and I love my job, so I am not stopping. Every once in a while I will either groom a dog or hold one for nail trimming ...

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