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Posted on: 10:02:16 PM 9/9/2007

Try putting something of yours in the crate with the puppy. The first week or so, I put my robe in with Bella. It seemed to calm her down. She still cried at first when I let her in the cage, but it wasn't as bad as the first night's whinning and ...

Posted on: 9:45:26 PM 9/9/2007

If he bit you or at you and then you gave him attention, you have just taught him that biting you gives him attention. Trying to correct that behavior will now be that much harder - sorry for that news.

But, it's still possible. I redu...

Posted on: 9:35:59 PM 9/9/2007

Bella's barking (which started with no barking, though she was definitely timid, then around 5 months of age began to bark accessively at other dogs while at dog bark but was told by almost everyone she was just 'finding her voice' and as it wasn't a...

Posted on: 7:46:57 PM 8/30/2007

Please ask the owner how they dyed her! I think that would be the absolute cutest thing to do for Halloween with my little one. I once heard of using jello, but wasn't certain if that was health or not.

Posted on: 7:32:18 PM 8/30/2007

I suggested this to another individual whose dog was having anxiety issues. I'm not certain if any of the information is helpful - it's just something I found on the internet - but you might look at it and see if any of the ideas sound good.

Posted on: 7:20:35 PM 8/30/2007

Give him peanut butter! That's the only thing that will keep my puppy still. I give her a treat ball with peanut butter in it. She'll pay more attention to that then the brush.

Posted on: 7:13:18 PM 8/30/2007

I knew a lady who had a Yorkie that was under 2lbs. She had to practically sign a blood oath that she would NOT breed the dog. The problem was that no vet would spay the dog as she was just too little.

Posted on: 10:14:14 PM 8/29/2007

That makes sense. My one concern though is the temperature here. It gets VERY hot and VERY humid (I live in Houston). Some days it is just too dangerous to play ball with her outside.

Posted on: 10:59:44 PM 8/27/2007

I'm not wondering if a frog squirted her. I have some in the backyard that she goes after on a regular basis. If that was it, how dangerous is it? Anyone know?

Posted on: 10:41:53 PM 8/27/2007

There is now a white (I don't know what to call it - inner eyelid? lining? that is showing on the inner corner of her eye. I tried the warm wash cloth and that seems to make the white part show up even more. What could be wrong? Is this serious? ...

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