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Posted on: 2:58:11 PM 9/12/2007

A whelping sticky is a wonderful idea. It would be a great help to someone.

Posted on: 2:36:38 PM 9/12/2007

Jackie, your dogs are so beautiful. And it is obvious you show them so much love.

Posted on: 10:29:21 AM 9/12/2007

Ok jackie, let me clarify.
Were you stating your opinion that there are two standard responses around here
Show your dog or spay and neuter your dog, regardless to the original question from the original poster ???
Was that in fact y...

Posted on: 11:26:54 AM 9/5/2007

Congrats! And that was very romantic the way he proposed. He gets brownie points for that!

Posted on: 10:28:40 AM 9/5/2007

That is good to hear. I am glad you are consulting your vet for weight loss.
Vet bills are tough.

Posted on: 10:27:06 AM 9/5/2007

You must correct the behavior everytime it happens. At the first sign of your dog staring at other dog, or walking toward other dog, you must correct it. The dog will take its cues from you. You must tell your dog no and make them stay in a heeled...

Posted on: 10:07:38 AM 9/5/2007

Monkey, he is too cute.
I am a firm believer in crate training. Not as punishment, as a safe haven. But there are those who do not and I can respect that. Heck! With kids and dogs, it it works and no body's eye gets put out, go with it!

Posted on: 9:53:08 AM 9/5/2007

Awwwweeee! Jackie that is just too cute! I really like that vicious attack cat!

Posted on: 9:38:32 AM 9/5/2007

Gosh, Riley, if you could bottle that energy up and sell it, you'd be a millionaire!

Posted on: 9:36:07 AM 9/5/2007

Now that your little guy is recovering, you should talk with your vet about reducing his calories and increasing his activities at a rate recommended by your vet.
You can sub. many types of low or no calorie treats and remember, treating a dog c...

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