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Posted on: 12:39:52 AM 2/28/2009

Testy, testy! I in no way meant to minimalize the effort that goes into a champion dog. Just wanted to point out that the dogs that don't win could still be great dogs, and the other members of the litter that never made it to the show, can also be g...

Posted on: 12:10:09 AM 2/28/2009

Which one peed, older or younger?
House training can be very frustrating. Your certainly not the first one to have that happen, although I doubt hearing that helps! The younger dog is really to young to understand what is expected of him yet, so...

Posted on: 10:13:45 PM 2/27/2009

Could be a dominance thing, or an attention thing, or an excitement/stress because there is a new dog thing. Is he peeing where the puppy pees? Clean where they pee w/ vinegar and water. Oxyclean is now making a pet stain cleaner that also neutraliz...

Posted on: 4:56:16 PM 2/27/2009

Vet sounds a little shifty. Did he show you the x ray? I'm in MD, too. It's ridiculous how vet prices have increased here over the last 10 yrs or so, is it the same in other areas? I've talked to people in PA, and it sounds like it's a good bit less ...

Posted on: 3:40:25 PM 2/27/2009

Well, they can't all win the show. But that really is just a beauty contest, in all other regards, all dogs should be bred and raised to be high quality dogs.

Posted on: 3:34:38 PM 2/27/2009

That is a long time to expect such a young dog to hold it. It is possible for someone to come in to walk him midday? Or to confine him to one room, and install a dog door?

Posted on: 10:12:52 PM 2/26/2009

Nine months old and still pooping and peeing in the crate is not a good thing. How long is he left in there? Can you provide some info. on his backround before you got him, and what you have done to house train him so far?

Posted on: 10:37:01 PM 2/25/2009

What a lucky dog, to finally be settled into a forever home! And with an owner who cares enough to seek advice as you did. He's going to need some time and patience, but you will be rewarded a thousand times over in the end. I've only adopted two dog...

Posted on: 7:34:28 PM 2/25/2009

It's a legitimate concern, she could become blocked and it's probably bad for her teeth. I'd try buying some good, chewy, weather proof toys to leave out in the yard, and hope she chews on those instead.
I've seen a discussion of this problem b...

Posted on: 7:27:22 PM 2/25/2009

If you spend some more time reading on this site, I think you'll realize that most people here do care a great deal for their dogs. This is the only thread I've come across so far that was overly concerned with registries. I think the reason people g...

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