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Posted on: 6:30:02 PM 3/12/2006

Haha that is so true, especailly the bath one, my maxy hates baths!

Posted on: 6:28:47 PM 3/12/2006

Thats so nice to hear, its a wonderful thing that you did and whoever else doesnt think it is should get a heart/

Posted on: 6:25:44 PM 3/12/2006

If there is a change in the behavior, she should be taken to the vet, or if any diahrrea or other changes. Otherwise, just dont feed her until you are sure. As it can upset the stomach more. Hope I Helped.

Posted on: 7:19:27 PM 1/30/2006

Your amazing.
The pics are so amazing, you captured every detail .
And your doggies are gorgeous.!

Posted on: 6:44:02 PM 1/30/2006

Shiba inu's are known to be potentionally agressive toward other dogs. Now that she has a pup to protect it is very normal. Leave the border out of it and introduce the mother to her puppy before things happen. The mother still needs time alone wit...

Posted on: 6:42:13 PM 1/30/2006

Puppies dig when they are commonly bored. Try to involve more attention and play time in their lives and disipline them.

Posted on: 6:41:02 PM 1/30/2006

Yes it is probably food agression. Food agression occurs in many dogs, but if you start off by petting the dog at an early age occasionally while he/she eats they should be fine. Try petting him but if he is too much then use a pole, or a fake hand...

Posted on: 6:38:21 PM 1/30/2006

Well the puppy may not be doing this JUST for attention.
Diahrrea isnt for attention. It is definitely a medical issue. Try him with baby rice for a few days, if not go to the vet as he may have a common parasite called Giardia, most puppies ...

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