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Posted on: 12:03:29 AM 3/20/2011

Like Illusion, I grab the hair on the side of their nose, look them in the eyes and say "NO". Once I whined and she stopped immediately, cocked her head and looked at me. They need to understand what "too hard" is and it is up to you to educate the...

Posted on: 11:55:33 PM 3/19/2011

A close friend of mine has two. Both have had to have teeth pulled and their tongues hang out. She oils their skin weekly as it will dry and crack. She bathes them twice a week as they sweat and then smell as there is no hair to absorb their oils...

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Posted on: 10:28:15 PM 3/15/2011

Pay for an ad.

Posted on: 11:22:02 AM 12/18/2010

They all seem to grow out of it. I had that issue with one of our adult dogs, and two pups from the previous litter. It was gross and I kept the yard very clean, but they always found some to eat. Our pup is now 7 months old and she has stopped. ...

Posted on: 11:15:12 AM 12/18/2010

Well, she has had her pups by now, so you probably don't need a response, but yes, it can vary. Our bitch whelped four weeks ago and the day before, we took her to the vet. Our temp at home said 99.7. Her temp at the vet said 99.9 and 100.1. They...

Posted on: 12:52:08 AM 12/12/2010

I am a PWD owner/shower/breeder also. I have only shipped two pups in four litters, as I ask owners to fly in, meet us, meet the parents and see where their pup grew up for 2-3 months. I never ship paperwork with the dog on a flight, but will mail ...

Posted on: 10:20:15 PM 11/1/2010

What do you mean, "get him ready"?

1. Make sure he is registered with a reputable organization
2. Show him. Take him to shows, find out if his qualities are those that would improve the breed.
3. Have all of the health testing d...

Posted on: 9:52:49 PM 11/1/2010

I have a free website that I have a link for when I place an ad here on the TP site. I generally communicate by email, send many pictures, post a puppy blog daily, etc., so the owners get to know me. Generally, I just talk to them once, when I inte...

Posted on: 10:18:50 PM 10/29/2010

Sorry, I don't know. Your dog knows it is the dominant one in the family and is putting you in your place. It is using aggression to control you and when you flinch, that reinforces this behavior. Keep it OFF your bed, your furniture, away from the...

Posted on: 11:25:21 PM 10/21/2010

They lift at different ages. They tend to lift at a younger age if they have a male role model in the home. My male began lifting at about 8 months on his own.

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