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Posted on: 4:45:17 PM 8/4/2009

As a breeder, I have one particular female that is exceptionally bright (not just smart). Her puppies tend to be just as intelligent from a very early age. I have learned that her puppies or any puppies of exceptionally high intelligence, or problem ...

Posted on: 4:34:36 PM 6/24/2009

How do you respond when your puppy acts this way? Do you baby her? Do you treat her like a normal (but small) dog or like a poor little baby? It is kind of you to worry about her being traumatized, but try not to praise or reward her when she acts ti...

Posted on: 4:25:57 PM 6/24/2009

Don't be afraid to listen to that little voice you hear warning you. You are not obligated to any puppy until you have signed a contract. If you are getting a bad feeling or seeing red flags you should listen to your gut. Before taking any puppy or d...

Posted on: 4:43:42 PM 6/17/2009

Sounds like maybe the vet forgot that he did give your dog a stitch. By now, the skin around the stitch will be healed and you can't easily remove it at home. I'd take the dog back to the vet and have it checked to be sure it isn't infected and have ...

Posted on: 1:34:43 PM 5/25/2009

are you describing a grooming procedure or a surgical procedure when you say "clipped" ? in the event you are speaking of a dog having surgery to crop the ears of a Cav... I'd call that mutilation. If you're talking about a groomer trimming the hair ...

Posted on: 5:25:55 PM 5/19/2009

If you are interested in breeding you would be better off doing more research on the breed and getting your breeding stock from a reputable source. Breeding is a serious undertaking, and especially so with bulldogs. Just a little research into the br...

Posted on: 11:23:45 AM 5/15/2009

Yes, it could be an infection. Infections don't get better on their own, she needs to see a vet to determine whether she needs antibiotics.

Posted on: 5:18:58 PM 5/12/2009

has your vet done any testing to see what is causing the skin problems? Any skin scrapings? Any blood work? If not, It is time do do some testing; it is impossible to treat a condition correctly without knowing what the condition is!! Have you consid...

Posted on: 5:06:11 PM 5/12/2009

Not sure I understood what you meant by "when the instructor put him down". Do you mean the instructor was trying to teach him the Down command? You will find that I have a strong opinion toward aggressive dogs. In my opinion they are a huge liablit...

Posted on: 2:02:17 PM 5/8/2009

I am so sorry you have found yourself in this unfortunate situation. I do not have any advice that you will enjoy hearing, I'm afraid. Having been bitten by a dog myself, I have little tolerance for unprovoked attacks especially on a family member or...

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