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Posted on: 10:53:19 AM 1/9/2004

Only 1 thing will cure hiccups, and that's time. Whenever I've had a puppy, it seems to go through a stage in its young life when it gets persistent cases of the hiccups. Same wtih my daughter atually, she got hiccups a lot when she was young. Thi...

Posted on: 5:35:31 PM 1/7/2004

Jeff&Viv there's a forum devoted to akita owners at www.akitaforum.com. There you will find many other Akita owners who will offer you invaluable advice and tips on careof your Akita. You should check it out and ask about it there.

Posted on: 5:17:40 PM 1/7/2004

Lots of dogs go through a stage when they jump up! You have to teach them to sit if he wants to get attention. Keep a leash on him in the house and step on it at times when he jumps up so he jerks against hte collar. Take him to obedience classes s...

Posted on: 5:11:27 PM 1/7/2004

Yeah it just sounds like she is generally dog agressive, or getting that way. Perhaps your st bernard is more laid back, and your rott was more confrontational and challenging her dominance or something like that. If you couldn't find a muzzle that ...

Posted on: 10:20:00 AM 1/7/2004

Actually it IS a result of the sex of your rottie. There are certain breeds of dogs that are prone not only to dog agression, but same sex dog agression in particular. Akitas, Pit bulls, American Bull dogs, Mastiffs, and boxers to name a few. ...

Posted on: 10:04:16 AM 1/7/2004

I agree, you should just ignore her. She thinks getting outside is just a huge game of chase, and she's probably having a blast leading you around. Also, Aussies are very smart. You need to take her to obedience classes and get some basic training ...

Posted on: 11:04:05 PM 1/5/2004

Just be consistent and do what you've been doing, especially if it's working and youre seeing results. Regarding picking the growling when you pick her up.. well some dogs just don't like being picked up. It's very uncomfortable and they rarely relax...

Posted on: 4:30:50 PM 1/3/2004

Ha when my husband and I were looking for an apartment that allowed pets about 6 years ago in the Chicago area, we went and looked at this old townhouse. The owners were still there, and they had like 10 kids (no joke) all under the age of 12. The ...

Posted on: 4:26:31 PM 1/3/2004

I love dobes, I think they're a wonderful breed of dog that's highly intelligent. We had a black and tan dobe named Bruiser (it was a joke, he was the runt of the litter) when I was a child, but unfortunately at that time (about 20 years ago), veter...

Posted on: 12:54:18 AM 1/3/2004

I would advise getting a puppy of a smaller breed that is not going to pose a threat to your cat, so it has time to get used to it. If he sees a puppy that is smaller than him, especially one that is a little more submissive instead of being agressi...

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