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Posted on: 3:30:20 AM 11/18/2003

cup your hand over his muzzle and say firmly "no bite"

Posted on: 3:27:13 AM 11/18/2003

she may be upset in her new surroundings or just an overlyn playful puppy. when she gets aggressive put you hand over her muzzle and hold it there for a few seconds and say in a low, deep voice "no bite."

Posted on: 3:14:10 AM 11/18/2003

I suggest the Cairn Terrier or English Springer Spaniel

Posted on: 12:36:30 PM 11/17/2003

she could have gotten a cut or scrape. it is not nessesarily an injury. it could be a bacterial infection. it could be a sign of an underlying health problem such as fleas, thyroid problems, or cancer. it could be fleas. this happens mainly in dogs, ...

Posted on: 12:27:16 PM 11/17/2003

boxers can have hip problems, eye problems, heart problems, and heart defects. they are also prone to thyroid problems, bloat, colitis, tumors, cancer. respiratory ailments, heatstroke, and lives only 8-12 years.

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