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Posted on: 3:31:11 PM 6/7/2009

Hello All-
I Havent been on here for a while, things have been great with my Blue Heeler (he's now 2.5 years old) but we decided to get a new pup. Misha is a staffordshire terrier x with a lab and she is about 10 weeks old. This morning when we...

Posted on: 3:36:22 PM 1/13/2008

This question is not for my dog, but for a dog in my family, My mother owns a good mixed dog (German sheperd/ sheredkey {please dont mind the spelling}) and the poor thing has allergies. His ears are rashed as well as his muzzle and near his feet. He...

Posted on: 3:55:33 PM 9/11/2007

Thank you for your comments, I got a hold our training teacher and she told me to go back over the exersizes for the lesson 1 class that we had completed and with in a few days it has all stopped.
He only did it 3 times and I was told it was a ...

Posted on: 3:28:34 PM 8/29/2007

Have you thought about crate training her? I dont know if you can do that with a grown dog but if you could it would keep your house from getting destroyed then eventualy ween her out of the crate if you would like her to have run of the house. Like ...

Posted on: 11:50:51 PM 8/27/2007

I have a nine month old male Blue Heeler and I have taken him to dog training. My dog is very very energetic. FOr getting him to settle what we were told to is this:
Put the leash on the dog and have her on your left side Tell her nicely "down (...

Posted on: 6:19:27 PM 8/23/2007

So Koda just got fixed 8 days ago and everything is doing fine (koda is a 9 month old male blue heeler) But just yesterday the little bugger has decided to 'mark' me as his. I know he is not just peeing accidently because he squats like a girl when h...

Posted on: 8:49:17 PM 7/13/2007

I've heard in passing that dogs should never have grapes that they are poisonous and can cause certain functions of a dog to shut down. This wasnt a health professional that mentioned this but I was curious if anyone else has head of this or has a co...

Posted on: 11:16:21 PM 5/29/2007

I also forgot to say, that if the dog is very playful and just isnt listening i found a good time out away from you is a good way to teach them that as long as they are biting you, you arent going to play.

Posted on: 11:14:17 PM 5/29/2007

My Aussi blue heeler would bite everything and anyone often drawing blood. He likes to nip at hands and feet when we are walking by, I was told to have toys out for t=him at all times, then when he bites say 'mine' and pull your hand back and then sh...

Posted on: 5:11:36 PM 5/28/2007

We had brought our little guy from out of town and we drove to get him. He was used to his little plastic crate that we had but decided to get him used to the big one sooner then later. So two days after we brought him home we bought a big metel cage...

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