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Posted on: 1:11:54 PM 7/29/2005

I think what Pyrmom said is probably true. It could just be coincidental in the timing, but just a trait that is starting to come out.

I gave up my female bulldog about 5 months ago because she was aggressively attacking my male bulld...

Posted on: 1:07:22 PM 7/29/2005

If you bump the thread, it moves back to the top so people can read it.

My bulldog also has a few little spots where her hair is thin. I've been reading all sorts of websites to try and find out what it is. She was treated for mange a ...

Posted on: 10:49:33 PM 7/25/2005

my cousin used to have a ferrit. Her name was "ferrit fawcett". Silly hah?

Posted on: 4:56:06 PM 7/22/2005

actually, what he says is that when you place your hand (not hitting or grabbing with force- just barely touching) on the side of the dogs neck, you are immitating their natural pack behavior. He's saying that for you to be the pack leader, you ha...

Posted on: 10:45:04 AM 7/22/2005

yeah ash, I feel like there's a lot of stereotypes about english bulldogs. Or maybe it's just the people trying to sell them that always say "the perfect couch potato...

Posted on: 9:53:18 AM 7/22/2005

Ash, you already know about my doggies. I have Dino and Zoey. Zoey is my laid back lazy walrus and Dino is kind of a hyper guy. He jumps up on us when he's excited and nothing I do can make him stop that. He also has developed a new habit of t...

Posted on: 9:23:13 PM 7/21/2005

skittles, go on national geographic channel website and see when they air it in your area (if you get national geographic). It really is a good show, try to catch it if you can.

I also think he's really good at putting across a kind o...

Posted on: 11:52:00 AM 7/21/2005

they always put their faces in front of the vents when I have them in the car but I just assume it's because dogs love to put their faces in wind.

ooooooh boy, I hope mine know to go inside when it's necessary.

Posted on: 11:35:59 AM 7/21/2005

If there is a dog door and they have free will to go in and out of the house when they want, are they smart enough to go in the house when it gets hot outside. Do they know that they should go inside when it starts getting too warm or do they ha...

Posted on: 10:19:32 PM 7/18/2005


He has seminars coming up and charges $200 per couple. I'd love to go. I'm about a half an hour from his center. I told my boyfriend t...

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