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Viewing all posts found for user popsicletoes
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Posted on: 3:55:29 PM 9/7/2007

I didn't read all the replies, so excuse me if someone already said this. I would try being very unemotional when you take him out. Go out with him and keep your hands folded and don't even look at him or acknowledge him until he potties. Then go...

Posted on: 12:31:10 PM 9/7/2007

She had a hidden camera in the room and they stayed in the other room all day, watching for the criminal act. That's the problem...catching them. Some suggest putting a bell on them so at least you can tell what part of the house they're in and t...

Posted on: 12:49:29 AM 9/7/2007

I'd take her to the vet if it doesn't go away in a day or two. I had a dog that was scooting and when i took her in to get her anal glands expressed, the vet told me she also had a vag infection. Never heard of a dog getting that before, especiall...

Posted on: 12:42:41 AM 9/7/2007

Sorry, no help here. That is so funny, not funny to you who has to clean it up, but funny to hear about. I guess better there than the carpet.

Posted on: 2:08:59 AM 8/27/2007

Take a bite of some food, like a sandwich or whatever you're eating. chew the food and just as you're about to swallow, shove the pill into the wad of food in your mouth and swallow. You wont even notice it going down.

Posted on: 1:45:09 AM 8/27/2007

Change the bedding to the one with the least dust that you can find. Shreaded paper is the absolute best. All rats carry mycoplasma, a bacteria that causes phenmonia and can kill them. Some are resistant, others are not. The ones that are not, ten...

Posted on: 1:26:50 AM 8/27/2007

pee on him.

Posted on: 1:23:38 AM 8/27/2007

I had a dog in the past that did that. She'd sniff them, all innocent looking, then after a few sniffs, start a fight. I just didn't let her go up to any other dogs. Maybe your dog is protecting you and you need to do some obedience training and ch...

Posted on: 2:12:09 AM 8/25/2007

Love mine, too. No problems.

Posted on: 2:00:34 AM 8/25/2007

Janders894, If you don't see the harm that in letting your pup have one litter, multiply that exponentially. Say she has 5 pups and just to be fair, only 3 has a litter of 5 pups each. Now we have 15 pups. if 2/3's of them have five pups each, Now...

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