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Viewing all posts found for user maltipoomama
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Posted on: 8:59:23 AM 8/30/2006

My 3-1/2 month maltipoo does not like riding in the car. I've tried very short trips putting her in her crate and also using a harness that clips into the seatbelt. She does not like either one and cries the entire time. Any suggestions how to help...

Posted on: 4:02:49 PM 8/28/2006

There are no skin problems that would cause her to feel discomfort.
Do puppies become testy when they teethe? Could she be acting up because of that?

Posted on: 2:25:56 PM 8/28/2006

I'm using a two-sided brush - one side is bristles and the other side is pins. Nothing noted concerning any type of skin condition, although she does scratch a great deal. I think she has allergies. But all this was going on before she started c...

Posted on: 2:08:05 PM 8/28/2006

From 8 weeks of age until now (3-1/2 months), my maltipoo, Ellee, has always let me groom her with nothing more than a mild struggle. Every day I brush her coat, brush her teeth, check her ears, toes, etc. All of a sudden starting yesterday, she ...

Posted on: 11:40:07 AM 8/27/2006

My Maltipoo is:

Ellee aka Miss Ellee May Clampett

Posted on: 11:29:03 AM 8/27/2006

Ok, thanks for all of your messages. I'll start the random treats for now. Always grateful for your replies!

Posted on: 8:40:26 AM 8/27/2006

I've read several books by various trainers. Some say to give treats to reinforce responses while training and also frequently throughout the dog's life to continue rewarding good responses. Others say that the human voice should be enough reward...

Posted on: 5:18:25 PM 8/23/2006

Thank you both for your suggestions.

Posted on: 10:36:58 AM 8/23/2006

My little maltipoo's ears get wet when she drinks from her water dish. Any suggestions for appropriate water bowls for dogs with floppy ears? Thank you!

Posted on: 11:26:36 AM 8/18/2006

Thanks to all of you for your replies

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