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Posted on: 1:55:14 PM 7/5/2010

You could try tying the horse's tail up, as long as you're not suffering from an influx of flies. If that's not an option, you could trim the tail, depending on how tall your horse is. If all else fails, yes, I would te...

Posted on: 1:50:39 PM 7/5/2010

If your cat is hacking, I would take her to the vet. There are a few conditions she may have, including hairballs.
Good luck with her.

Posted on: 1:46:55 PM 7/5/2010

There's not a lot you can do to make your dog more comfortable, other than the normal daily care you provide her with. You can make sure she's not too hot if you live in a hot humid place, and provide her with plenty of...

Posted on: 11:30:03 AM 6/29/2010

Wow, I didn't notice it either!

Posted on: 11:27:55 AM 6/29/2010

I have first hand knowledge of a woman here who was busted by the SPCA for running a puppy mill. 57 dogs were seized, and a large number of them were Bostons crossed with

Posted on: 6:55:08 PM 6/19/2010

Since you acquired your dog from a rescue, he came with behaviour issues already, (you said he was scared when you got him). I don't know if he was abused or neglected, but at the very least, it sounds like he was neither ...

Posted on: 6:36:18 PM 6/19/2010

Hey Dusty, I just came back after a long time too.
Nice to see you here.

Posted on: 10:03:44 AM 6/19/2010

I'm interested to know if this pup is of your breeding, or did you purchase the pup? If the latter is the case I would suspect another male of a different breed bred the female.
Just curious.

Posted on: 9:56:58 AM 6/19/2010

In my experience all females can be different as to when they will stand for a male, especially if they are not bred at the time you would expect them to. One of my females 'waits', therefore I have to keep her well sepera...

Posted on: 9:51:36 AM 6/19/2010

I would advise waiting about 3 weeks to start crate training your pup. She is still a baby, and as Ruffian said she is still young to be away from her dam.
I think you should always take her outside every time she eat...

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