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Posted on: 10:37:15 PM 7/6/2007

So you think your dog is sad & tired because it doesn't go into heat? Dogs don't have those kinds of feelings.

When was the last time your dog was to the vet? Maybe she should be looked at to determine what is going on with her.

Posted on: 4:41:04 PM 7/6/2007

I'm not sure what you are asking in this thread or the other one. Can you explain a little bit better so we can answer your questions?

Posted on: 4:38:45 PM 7/6/2007

I'm so sorry....I had a dog dies suddenly on the 4th of July, 6 years ago. It still makes the holiday somewhat sad.

I can't really offer any ideas as to why he died...all I know about large breeds is that they generally have a 5-10 year...

Posted on: 4:31:19 PM 7/6/2007

Then maybe all stickys should be unstuck...if no one is reading them, they are just taking up space at the top of the pages, especially in the dog talk area.

Posted on: 4:23:26 PM 7/6/2007

If that is the case, then all the stickys in the Dog talk section should be cut down too. If they aren't being read, then, they shouldn't be there taking up room.


Posted on: 3:49:36 PM 7/5/2007

Keep doing what you are doing....puppies don't get potty trained in just a few days or weeks. As they get older,they will have more control.

When you pup does go outside what do you do? Do you give a small treat? Do you praise the dog li...

Posted on: 12:02:58 PM 7/5/2007

I think it would make it a lot easier for everyone if we can have a few sticky topics for crate training, potty training, so that we don't have to keep answering the same questions over and over again. We could add our favorite links to the topics a...

Posted on: 11:52:07 AM 7/5/2007

Get some Nature's Miracle. It is a enzyme that gets rid of the urine smell. You will need to clean that couch with it.

I would keep the dog off the furniture and bed until it is fully potty trained. It is easier to clean the crate, th...

Posted on: 2:45:48 PM 7/1/2007

Maybe this will help

Posted on: 2:41:56 PM 7/1/2007

When I give Chloe' her necks...we put up a babygate so she stays in the kitchen. She usually will go over to the rug to eat, so I put a towel down over the rug with the ends tucked under the rug. She happily lays there and eats it up. It some time...

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