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Viewing all posts found for user pwdlover
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Posted on: 12:47:38 AM 8/14/2010

If you want to keep him, shave him down and put garlic in his food. This will all but eliminate the shedding and you will be able to see the ticks. Fleas and ticks do not like the taste of blood with the garlic.

Otherwise, Illusionmini h...

Posted on: 8:49:28 PM 8/13/2010

I have a 6 year old happy, healthy cat who is happy, calm and has no deformations. When we got him, he was bouncy and playful at three months old. By six months, he was shredding curtains, furniture and our arms. No scratching pads worked and we w...

Posted on: 8:32:08 PM 8/13/2010

30 days is a long time for a dog to be away from their owner. Something must have happened and those 30 days might take months to undo.

First, cross her off your puppy sitter list.
Second, you are really going to have to work with yo...

Posted on: 1:25:04 AM 8/12/2010

Illusionmini is right, he is running the show and does not want you in his personal space. He is disciplining you by biting. I have never been in your shoes and I may hear about this recommendation, but I would get on hulu.com and watch some episod...

Posted on: 1:14:50 AM 8/12/2010

We have a large, fat cat who is extremely lazy and has been since he was neutered at 6 months. It was almost as if we brought home a different cat from the vet. He began urinating and defacating on everything, clothes, beds, chairs, etc. He stoppe...

Posted on: 12:58:30 AM 8/12/2010

I have to tape mine down, even putting an X in tape across the top of them. By 11 or 12 weeks, she won't tear them up any longer. I send my pups to owners crate trained and piddle pad trained by using the xpen and tarp that I explained.


Posted on: 11:30:18 PM 8/11/2010

I grab their whiskers or hairs on the side of their nose and look them eye to eye, nose to nose and say "no" firmly. I generally only have to do this for a few days and they stop.

I don't snap their noses, as their noses are very sensitiv...

Posted on: 11:18:54 PM 8/11/2010

Where is she going to be during the day when you work? Crate?

If you are crating her all day, and crating her all night, she will have a miserable life, sorry, but that is way too much time in a crate.

I would not crate her at ...

Posted on: 11:06:36 PM 8/11/2010

New house, new training rules. Use vinegar to clean pee spots, as ammonia based products such as 409 or Windex, resemble the ammonia in urine and a dog will keep marking over the ammonia smell.

You may have to retrain her, like you did wh...

Posted on: 10:53:02 PM 8/11/2010

Goldens are very loving, playful dogs, so I can see where he would want your attention, especially if he is not getting much at home. On the flip side, I would patch the hole in the fence if this is concerning you. A fence would be both of your res...

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