Welcome, Guest
Dogs For Sale

Please login to add/view friends online.

Quick Dog Breed Selector:
Quick Traffic Stats:
Visitors Online: 1,703
Today's Visits: 89,868
Yesterday's Visits: 94,440

Discussion Forums

Collapse Quick Menu

Message Central


Who's Online

Viewing all posts found for user mlwgermanshepherd
Found 71 post(s)
<1234... 8 >
Posted on: 12:50:39 AM 5/22/2010

I have not used clicker training but if I ever get the time I would like to try training a couple of my German Shepherds with it. Sounds like your are doing ...

Posted on: 12:46:46 AM 5/22/2010

Sounds like just puppy play in your boxer. They can get annoying to older dogs sometimes. If you are holding your

Posted on: 12:37:46 AM 5/22/2010

Moves are sometimes hard on animals to adjust to. Maybe you need to show your dog that you are a very strong and protective pack leader. Don't let other dogs or cats invade your dogs space. Take your dog for walks on a leash and keep a buffer zone ar...

Posted on: 12:25:46 AM 5/22/2010

Try to redirect your puppy to the correct things to chew on. Give the puppy a toy, pig ear, or stuffed toy that is alright to chew on. Good luck.

Posted on: 1:20:14 AM 1/30/2010

Hi! Welcome to the form. It would probably be a good question to ask your vet. He knows your dog and would be able to give you the best advice for your dog.

Posted on: 1:13:28 AM 1/30/2010

You might try using a prong collar on the dog jumping around. You also might try taking two differant walks each time with a differant dog till you get them both managed durring walks and then walk them together again. Good luck.

Posted on: 11:23:49 PM 12/3/2009

I have not had your problem, but you might try putting her food and water beside the door opening on the outside of the new crate, a toy and bone on the inside and just leave the door open. Put a comfy little blanket in the new crate. Leave the door ...

Posted on: 2:16:06 AM 11/15/2009

I have not ever had that health issue. But it might be Kennel Cough. You might call your vet office and there should be a phone number to call to ask an emergency question. It would be awful to possibly loose your litter because of a health issue ari...

Posted on: 2:07:06 AM 11/15/2009

Hi! Some dogs are not interested in fetching. Huskies may not have a prey drive. German Shepherds all have a prey drive and are easily teachable. If your Hus...

Posted on: 2:19:35 AM 11/14/2009

There are puppy training pads that you could start working with your pug to use. My daughter has a Chihauhau that is trained to a big litterbox with cedar chips in it. That ...

<1234... 8 >
© Copyright 2003-2018 TerrificPets.com (an OffLeashMedia Company)

Horses Cats