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Posted on: 9:12:26 PM 5/17/2007

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: 9:24:44 AM 4/29/2007

If your vet agrees that I guess thats good. I have been told by vets and breeders not to limit water because a pup can become dehydrated very quickly. We always made water available and had minimal accidents. Are you crate training?

Goo...

Posted on: 9:18:54 AM 4/28/2007

So it won't last as long or it won't be as effective as Frontline?

Posted on: 12:14:09 AM 4/28/2007

I've had this problem too. I found ignoring him worked very well. Once he was calm I would approach and give him the command to "sit". Only then would I open the door, give him a treat and allow him to enter. After a few times he would just come ...

Posted on: 10:38:17 PM 4/27/2007

Do any of you have any experience with BioSpot? It claims to have the same active ingredients as Frontline Plus but its half the price.

I'm tempted to try it but I don't trust it. Especially after some of the horror stories I've heard ab...

Posted on: 10:30:35 PM 4/27/2007

I have a Lab Puppy, 9 months old now. Vet told us that the tearing is completely normal for young pups and should stop in time as he grows up.

My guy still does it occasionally now. Vet tech said its probably from sticking his head whe...

Posted on: 10:07:41 AM 1/21/2007

That kind of biting is puppy play but its inappropriate regardless of the breed. Especially when it involves a child. Dogs do not see children as dominant or as authority figures. So you really need to get on your dog about this behavior before ...

Posted on: 10:00:12 AM 1/21/2007

Maybe she sees her reflection in something. Like the oven door.

Posted on: 7:06:27 PM 1/12/2007

It just happened again. We were on the same stretch of road but a few blocks away from the house where I had my last encounter. I heard barking but couldn't see a dog. I thought maybe it was just a dog in a back yard. But erring on the side of ...

Posted on: 5:55:14 PM 1/12/2007

Do you crate your dog? It made things a lot easier for us.

Just realize that until you get this problem solved its eyes-on with your puppy. Everytime he has an accident you are starting pretty much from the beginning. You are reinforc...

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