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Viewing all posts found for user pwcorgilover
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Posted on: 11:00:49 AM 7/26/2006

I have always used nylabone products as they don't seem to cause a choking or gut plugging hazzard. Be careful of anything your puppy could swallow. Removal can be expensive.

***Edited By: pwcorgilover on 7/26/20...

Posted on: 10:53:21 AM 7/26/2006

Okay so I guess the best thing to do is to ignore the multiple personality disorder and s/he will go away. I agree I love Dogs or whatever you are calling yourself now. There are folks that are trying to get help and they don't need to hear you s...

Posted on: 10:34:36 AM 7/26/2006

As far as wee wee pads go I never used them. I always used the tried and true method of crate training. To me training a dog to pee in your house just seemed kind of defeating. A puppy should be able to hold it for 4 hours by 12-14 weeks I think...

Posted on: 10:28:27 AM 7/26/2006

Hey Bailey. Help me out. I think I saw you refer to your dog as a Puggle. Is that poodle pug mix?
Forgive me but I am not familar with designer breeds.
By the...

Posted on: 10:08:30 AM 7/26/2006

shame on me for trying to reach out

Posted on: 10:07:53 AM 7/26/2006

ahh so you are a troll!

Posted on: 10:07:20 AM 7/26/2006

nope sorry. I'm completely computer illiterate.

Posted on: 10:00:38 AM 7/26/2006

I don't think you understand.......
People food has entirely too much salt, fat ect for animals. A dog won't starve if food is provided. I would change the dogs diet to dog food asap. A diet too high in salt ect can cause kidney failure, he...

Posted on: 9:56:41 AM 7/26/2006

In response to the underbite issue. I had an English Setter with bite problems and had several veterinarians advise me to pull teeth. Instead I found and vete...

Posted on: 9:44:22 AM 7/26/2006

On the off chance you are not a troll.......
"People food" is not an appropriate diet for dogs. They do not have the same nutritional requirements as humans. A good quality premium dog food or a researched homemade diet is recommended for a ...

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