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Viewing all posts found for user pinky girl
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Posted on: 9:23:13 PM 5/8/2011

I agree with what was stated before, stranger things have happened.

Very cute pup though.

Posted on: 8:51:26 AM 3/18/2011

If they took the dog to the vet, then the vet would have told them what to do... Sorry sounds fishy to me.

Posted on: 2:56:18 PM 3/17/2011

Seek professional help from a trainer.

Posted on: 2:54:22 PM 3/17/2011

What kind of dark skin? Is it dry? It could just be the way your dog is. As long as your dog isn't in pain I don't see a reason to get it fixed unless it really is unsightly?

Posted on: 2:52:35 PM 3/17/2011

How about a bigger picture?

Posted on: 5:48:35 PM 1/17/2011

How long have you had her? Also what is she growling and snapping over? Is it random, toys, or food? I need a bit more info.

Posted on: 9:33:48 PM 10/6/2010

Crate train your dog, look it up online.

Posted on: 9:32:07 PM 10/6/2010

Treats, lots of love, and patience. That's basically it. Put yourself in their "shoes" when you start feeling frustrated with them and their progress and it should help.

Posted on: 12:20:36 AM 9/27/2010

Have you talked to your vet about the issue?

Posted on: 12:14:15 AM 9/27/2010

Probably not the best of idea to have a dog with SA in an appt with others around. I would rather see you get a dog without it, then to see you be asked to move somewhere else. Not only that but if you get this dog, then it can teach your 5 month ...

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