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Posted on: 1:08:28 PM 4/30/2009

The previous post is correct. Exposing his belly to you was his attempt at submission. You ignored the submission and he interpreted your leaning over to physically pull him up by the harness as agression on your part. SO he was saying, "I submit". I...

Posted on: 8:58:35 AM 4/29/2009

Like some people, there are dogs that do not have good social skills (with other dogs). Perhaps this dog that you refer to is one of those dogs and the other dogs including yours were picking up on his "bad vibe".

Posted on: 8:52:39 AM 4/29/2009

lpn169 is correct. A male dog can smell and sense the very early hormonal changes LONG before we humans see the signs of a season.

Posted on: 9:06:57 AM 4/28/2009

Please bring those puppies inside. Socialize them, cuddle them, love them, keep them warm and healthy. Be prepared to have a lot of cleaning up to do. Since it sounds like they have lived outside their whole lives til now, they will likely be very me...

Posted on: 2:08:59 PM 4/27/2009

If you are looking for an adult dog try looking in shelters or petfinder in your area. Many rescues do testing to see how dogs respond to other dogs and cats> The rescue or foster parent should be able to advise you on each individual dog's reacti...

Posted on: 1:42:31 PM 4/27/2009

It is commonly known that puppies should be kept with their mother for at least 8 weeks. 8 weeks is not just a made up number. People who study puppy development recommend AT LEAST 8 weeks for MANY, MANY reasons. I would never take a pup earlier than...

Posted on: 11:02:25 AM 4/24/2009

have you tried googling "dog pregnancy calculator"? You enter the date of first breeding and it gives an estimated due date.

Posted on: 10:58:07 AM 4/24/2009

I have a bitch with a couple of inverted nipples. when she has puppies I help her keep from getting mastitis in them by pulling back the swollen breast to better expose the nipples, then I take the most vigorous puppy or puppies and wo...

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