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Posted on: 6:03:24 AM 10/13/2011

Get your dog checked out by your vet. There could be a medical issue and that is why the dog will not stop barking.

Posted on: 6:43:39 AM 2/14/2011

The puppy might have kennel cough. If I were you I would call the vet you took the puppy to and ask if that is a possiblity. If so it is selflimiting. You should be able to talk to your vet on the phone durring his business hours about how the puppy ...

Posted on: 6:36:51 AM 2/14/2011

I suggest your friend take the female dog into a vet and discuss all the concerns with the vet to get the best informed info. Best of luck to your friend and the dog.

Posted on: 8:25:06 PM 11/15/2010

You might talk to your vet about allergy meds for your dog.

Posted on: 8:20:22 PM 11/15/2010

Taking her for walks in the neigborhood is a very good idea. Puppies go through different stages in life. They sometimes get scared outside. Sometimes don't want to go outside without you. They are just babies so it is not surprising. Just put her le...

Posted on: 8:12:57 PM 11/15/2010

There is lots of DVD's you can buy on training dogs that might be helpful to you. Your local library might even have some to check out to use. You can use a prong collar on your dog. You might also try a head halter when walking your dog. Good luck w...

Posted on: 2:33:45 AM 9/21/2010

Redirect your puppy. Put a toy or pig ear or something appropriate for him to bite on.

Posted on: 2:22:06 AM 6/13/2010

I'm so sorry about your heartbreaking lose of your litter of puppies. I hope your little mom's stress level drops on off rapidly in her searching for her babies. You will both come through this as troopers. We all have to move past the heartbreaks in...

Posted on: 6:49:47 PM 5/22/2010

That is great. Thanks. I look forward to the info when you get it to pass it onto me.

Posted on: 12:56:18 AM 5/22/2010

It could be tick paralysis which if all the ticks are removed the dog can recover. Or it could be a stroke which is probably not recoverable. I lost my eleven year old

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