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Posted on: 9:00:30 PM 12/14/2007

Whats sites do you recommend for pet supplies such as Advantix, Heartgard and supplements?

Posted on: 6:15:42 PM 6/29/2007

Everything said here is true. But what I didn't see mentioned was that they are great with kids too. They have such good hearts.
As puppys they are a handful and can really be pains. My guy is almost a year old and he is still hyper and nut...

Posted on: 3:49:58 PM 6/29/2007

They seem to be doing really well together. When we let our newbie out she ran around looking for Mojo, who was still in his crate, downstairs.

So far she is doing well with the situation. She ate well and is very comfortable staying wit...

Posted on: 1:25:22 PM 6/29/2007

Thanks, savannah. Now that I have been watching them for awhile they do seem to be getting along pretty well.

Any suggestions about the crate barking?

Posted on: 12:53:01 PM 6/29/2007

Just to update what I have observed. The two dogs have been playing in the yard for over an hour now and have routinely resting in between play which is a relief. However, the Lab always seems to be reluctant to rest compared to the hound.

Posted on: 11:04:10 AM 6/29/2007

Yes, it is a fun game of chase. But the Lab doesn't seem to ever want to stop playing the game. The other dog looks somethimes like she wants to take a break but he won't stop. Even in the house. Is this something they will work out?


Posted on: 9:04:03 AM 6/29/2007

Just adopted a 7 month old mixed puppy from the shelter. I thought maybe my 11 month old Lab could use a friend. We brought the new pup home last night and they played the puppy chase game for an hour in the yard. This morning I let them out of th...

Posted on: 7:22:35 PM 5/23/2007

Well that night I stuck him in because I had no choice. I let him out shortly after so we could start over a bit. But I did start hiding treats in his crate and that seemed to be the road to recovery so to speak. Liver treats worked well.

Posted on: 10:32:17 PM 5/18/2007

I have a 10 month old Lab puppy. For the 8 months we've had him he always eats his meals in his crate and goes to his crate when commanded.

The last few days he's been acting a little funny. He won't eat in his crate. He'll lay next to ...

Posted on: 9:27:06 PM 5/17/2007

I have heard that theory before. But this is the first time he did this. Could it be that he is just a punk teenager and not necessarily something that I am/am not doing?

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