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Posted on: 11:09:47 AM 5/27/2010

In order to assist your dog with going potty without having your cinch cover the penile area try using long thin straps along the length of your dogs body under his legs rather than across the body in front of and behind the legs.

Posted on: 10:47:46 PM 5/9/2010

Has your dog been vaccinated for kennel cough/ bordetella?
Do you take your dog to a groomer or dog park or boarding kennel?
If he is coughing and not vomiting, it could be kennel cough. I think a trip to the vet is in order.

Posted on: 9:56:46 AM 5/6/2010

My top suggestion would be to invest in some books on the subject of dogs, breeding, whelping, and puppy raising. A few suggestions are: Dog Breeding For Dummies, Breeding a Litter, Another Piece of the Puzzle: Puppy Development, and there are many m...

Posted on: 9:37:48 AM 5/5/2010

how many times a day do you feed your dog? Some dogs dry-heave and/or vomit when their stomachs are too empty. Maybe try giving your dog more meals thoughout the day to keep him from having an empty stomach.

Posted on: 5:10:30 PM 4/29/2010

It is next to impossible to advise you on a very complex and complicated situation with such a small amount of info on a forum. If you really want to invest the time, money and effort it will take to acclimate this dog to your family, seek a reliable...

Posted on: 9:55:19 AM 4/29/2010

First, a trip to the vet is in order to rule out any bladder infections, kidney problems, etc. Then if all is well, I'd advise a little re-training. Limit his freedom in the house, watch him more closely, take him out more frequently, go out with him...

Posted on: 9:11:04 AM 4/29/2010

I am afraid my opinion may not be "approved" by others here, and I appologize in advance. Having been bitten myself many years ago by someone else's dog, I do have a very viseral reaction to aggressive dogs. Having served as treasurer of my local of ...

Posted on: 9:31:11 AM 4/23/2010

I do not advise anyone to "forcefully roll your dog over". This might make them dislike the "roll- over" command, and it should be FUN for the dog, remember: All training should be fun!!!
Some breeds are easier than others to teach "roll-over" t...

Posted on: 2:58:43 PM 3/9/2010

THERE MUST BE 3 TO 4 WEEKS BETWEEN EACH VACCINATION. No she cannot get any more right now, it doesn't matter how old she is. It has only been 1 week since her last vaccination. If you rush the vaccines, you can do more harm than good. If you don't be...

Posted on: 9:04:41 AM 3/9/2010

It is very important to follow your vet's vaccine protocol. overvaccinating or giving vaccines too soon is more likely to cause problems than help your puppy. The normal time between vacciniations is 3-4 weeks

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