Welcome, Guest
Dogs For Sale

Please login to add/view friends online.

Quick Dog Breed Selector:
Quick Traffic Stats:
Visitors Online: 687
Today's Visits: 50,685
Yesterday's Visits: 74,480

Discussion Forums

Collapse Quick Menu

Message Central


Who's Online

Viewing all posts found for user pearl
Found 3766 post(s)
Posted on: 4:19:05 PM 12/15/2003

aesparza7, that sounds like a good idea to try and feed him in the bathroom while you get ready. i once had a golden retriever who would only eat when we were around. maybe it's the same with your little guy.

Posted on: 6:49:58 PM 12/14/2003

in my opinion, if you have only one pet, and no one else will be eating up his food, it's okay to leave a measured amount out and let him eat when he wants. however, having set meals helps a lot with housetraining, since you can time their need to g...

Posted on: 10:50:58 PM 12/13/2003

i'm not going to be much help for training him, because my pug did that and i just gave up trying to train him not to jump up on the furniture. i couldn't find a way to do it. he'd jump up as soon as we left the room. i have slip covers on to keep...

Posted on: 11:21:16 PM 12/12/2003

just a question, are you home during the day with her? or does she use (or not use) the doggy door while you work?

Posted on: 11:16:12 PM 12/12/2003

i have a pug, and he feels the same way. he holds it so he doesn't have to stay outside so long, only goes a little. he'll huddle by the door and cry. i shoveled a big area in the grass mostly clear for him and that helped. don't know how much sn...

Posted on: 9:40:15 PM 12/9/2003

i have 3 dogs and i have to stand right there while they eat and keep an eye on them. the pug will try to get into the others' food bowls (he finishes first) and it's a problem. i tell him "leave it" as soon as he makes a move toward the others and...

Posted on: 4:38:13 PM 12/5/2003

how big is he? what age? tail or not? what kind of ears? Short nose, long nose? need a lot more info. ideally a picture.

Posted on: 9:59:19 PM 11/29/2003

other excellent ones are breeder's choice, and natural life; available in feed stores or vitamin cottage. my lab breeder used canidae and it was wonderful for her and all her puppies. dogs may have allergies and react to some foods' ingredients wit...

Posted on: 9:38:51 PM 11/29/2003

here's what i've done: get small pieces of treats. have the dog standing. put your arm under their belly just in front of their back legs. put the treat in front of their nose, when they are interested, lower the treat to the floor so their front ...

Posted on: 2:45:37 AM 11/26/2003

you're going to have to start from scratch with housetraining. use a crate. there is a lot of information on the internet about crates for housetraining. there are books in the library, too. you'll need to have her on a schedule of crate time and ...

© Copyright 2003-2018 TerrificPets.com (an OffLeashMedia Company)

Horses Cats