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Posted on: 1:05:38 PM 11/6/2011

More like heat rash. All the cats have had there monthly drops too. I havent seen a flea on her and no flea dirt on her skin. So maybe I need to try and let the benedrul take effect a little more.

Posted on: 1:05:30 PM 11/6/2011

More like heat rash. All the cats have had there monthly drops too. I havent seen a flea on her and no flea dirt on her skin. So maybe I need to try and let the benedrul take effect a little more.

Posted on: 1:04:49 PM 11/6/2011

give extra nutrition with food

Posted on: 1:04:18 PM 11/6/2011

learn his behavior find his perception to view the world...

Posted on: 2:01:38 PM 11/5/2011

OP--from what you discribe, the personality is very typical of a herding dog. The are reserved with strangers, and this in time can translate into agression. Socialization is extremly important in herding breeds. Also nipping the lower legs and ankle...

Posted on: 2:01:15 PM 11/5/2011

Kudos to you for crate training; Doggy Daycare can be a fun break for your pup, but it won't help your housebreaking situation. I think in time your litte one will grow out of this, but he's just too young right now. Good luck to you and have lots of...

Posted on: 2:01:04 PM 11/5/2011

I do not have any specific training protocols just because I cannot see the dog and see the behaviors.

Posted on: 2:00:12 PM 11/5/2011

I do not have any specific training protocols just because I cannot see the dog and see the behaviors.

Posted on: 1:59:12 PM 11/5/2011

If the puppy (or dog) has an accident in the house, 99% of the time, it is the owner's fault for NOT paying attention to the signs that the dog needed to go. It's not the dog's fault that he can't open the door and let himself out. Maybe the dog shou...

Posted on: 1:59:05 PM 11/5/2011

If the puppy (or dog) has an accident in the house, 99% of the time, it is the owner's fault for NOT paying attention to the signs that the dog needed to go. It's not the dog's fault that he can't open the door and let himself out. Maybe the dog shou...

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