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Posted on: 9:16:13 PM 1/19/2006

It is probably better to put away money (weekely, monthly, whatever you prefer) into a bank account than it is to buy pet insurance. Insurance in general - not just pet insurance - is problematic in that:

1. you pay in a lot of money, ...

Posted on: 9:04:50 PM 1/19/2006

My dog will lick my mouth and nose. Worst part is when I am wearing my glasses and I get nose prints and lick prints on them. That gets annoying. I wonder why they do that, if they are after food? Or is it just to show affection?

Posted on: 11:31:02 PM 1/18/2006

I am also from MN. We have not installed a dog door out of 3 concerns: 1. the cold, 2. unwanted guests in the house, and 3. fear that our dog won't use it and we would have installed it for nothing. Not having a dog door comes at a cost, though -...

Posted on: 11:21:15 PM 1/18/2006

The best we've come across is Purina. Good luck.

Posted on: 10:52:11 PM 1/17/2006

I've owned Cockers and know others who have. In a dog that age, my bet would be arthritis or injury. I did know somebody who said that Lyme disease also caused a similar problem, with the dog not being able to get up. With so many possibilities,...

Posted on: 10:40:37 PM 1/17/2006

I live in Minnesota - also a lot of lyme disease. The vaccination is a very good idea. For my dog, flea collars worked well. It is also helpful to keep her hair cut short - which, of course, depends on the breed of dog.

Posted on: 10:26:43 PM 1/13/2006

Some people I know have owned labs, and we would consider a lab senior at about that age. Smaller dogs, however, may not be seniors until as late as 11 or 12 (my c...

Posted on: 10:19:36 PM 1/13/2006

I taught my dog "up" and "down." Also, having the dog jump through a hoop is fun, and it is easier to train than it seems. Just get him/her running through the hoop on the ground, and then gradually raise the height of the hoop. Plus, jumping thr...

Posted on: 10:16:49 PM 1/13/2006

We named our dog Hershey, because she is chocolate-colored.

Posted on: 8:49:03 PM 1/12/2006

This is true, there is hardly anything more annoying to a dog than getting air blown into its ear. I've come across this in courses I've had in animal learning.

It is important to be cautious when doing this, though. Some dogs, espec...

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