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Viewing all posts found for user mlwgermanshepherd
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Posted on: 4:29:37 PM 9/25/2009

German Shepherd puppies average two pounds a week. He is doing three. He is probably alright. But do talk to your vet about your puppy.

Posted on: 3:24:08 PM 9/22/2009

Does your dog bite at his tail like he has fleas or hot spots that itch? Or does he bite at it like he is playing a game and he is the only player?

Posted on: 3:04:18 AM 9/20/2009

Your concern about her age and the issues she is going through is a valid one. It definitely sounds like some type of seizure. If the meds the vet gave you don't control it I would check with another vet. Then make your decision on whether it is time...

Posted on: 2:55:55 AM 9/20/2009

Sorry to hear about the loss of your dog. I breed German Shepherds and have not had that problem. So I would say it is not common. Good luck with your next p...

Posted on: 5:25:22 AM 9/3/2009

Hi! Welcome to the forum. Sounds like you have a wonderful friend and protector in your German Shepherd. I am a

Posted on: 6:45:37 PM 8/29/2009

Repeation and use treats too.

Posted on: 12:12:55 AM 8/25/2009

Sound to me like she didn't want you to take him away from where he was sleeping. Maybe she put herself on guard duty. I don't know much about those little dogs. I own

Posted on: 12:04:58 AM 8/25/2009

Discuss your concerns about your German Shepherd with your vet. He is the person with the medical knowledge to answer your questions on if it is time to put ...

Posted on: 11:58:27 PM 8/24/2009

Sounds like she had a pretty tramatic experiance. If she is eating her special bland food that is a good sign that she is slowly improving. I would also call your vet and tell him how she is doing eating and her energy level and see what he thinks. G...

Posted on: 11:53:02 PM 8/24/2009

If she has not been through an obediance class I would put her through one. You would have more control over her with the training. It would also be a good idea to have her on lead when she is around other dogs so you can manage her around the other ...

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