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Viewing all posts found for user mafiaprincess
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Posted on: 1:07:06 PM 2/20/2005

There are two types. One with hair, and one with hair on its head, tail and feet.

Posted on: 12:41:51 PM 2/20/2005

Here's a link you might want to read on litter box training.

http://www.kturby.com/litter/litter.htm

Posted on: 12:14:48 PM 2/20/2005

From seeing the commercials on TV, it's computer enhancement. It would be really cool if the dog could smile that wide without CE though.

Posted on: 11:24:56 PM 2/19/2005

Hey,

I'm on the 6th floor of an apt. building, and have a cocker spaniel puppy. I have 2 potty pads in a large rubbermaid under the bed storage cont...

Posted on: 11:57:29 PM 2/18/2005

I was searching petfinder.com, and found this one in a rescue in Toronto you might be interested in.

Posted on: 8:44:55 PM 2/18/2005

Each therapy dog program has different requirements. All of which seem to require that the programs testers do the test for your dog. Being certified by petsmart is cool, but each orginization has different test criteria, and specifies that only ...

Posted on: 3:03:22 PM 2/18/2005

I was looking into therapy dogs for a while. I thought it was a great idea, but I think my little one will never be calm enough. From everything I've read it might matter depending upon what association you go with that your dog is a pitt mix. T...

Posted on: 12:18:35 PM 2/18/2005

I want to get into agility and flyball, but my puppy is 6 months old, and I can't find even beginner classes locally for dogs under a year.

I'd love an outlet to curb the high speed running and jumping sooner..

Posted on: 11:56:09 PM 2/17/2005

Oh, I'm really sorry, I hope you find her soon.

*hugs*

Posted on: 9:40:49 PM 2/17/2005

You may want to make sure it is not a UTI instead of a potty training setback. When mine had a UTI she peed on her bed, right by the door to outside, etc because she couldn't hold it rather than not remembering any longer.

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