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Viewing all posts found for user staceyb
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Posted on: 5:53:59 PM 3/24/2008

I wonder if you could put something foul tasting (but safe) on them to discourage this behaviour. Same type of thing like they give for kids to stop chewing on their nails. Just an idea..

Posted on: 5:50:20 PM 3/24/2008

Cute gang! Love the tounge!!!

Posted on: 10:06:12 PM 3/18/2008

Hi Dave! Welcome...

Posted on: 10:50:15 AM 3/18/2008

If I understand correctly, your dog has joint issues and is in pain and you are wondering if you should get the surgery to fix it or not? If it were my animal, absolutely. I'm going to go out on a limb here and guess the "breeder" you purchased this ...

Posted on: 2:09:44 PM 3/17/2008

We had a foster yellow lab one time who did the exact same thing. The trick we used was to just totally ignore him untill he gives it back. Pretend like you don't want it, and he will probably be inticed by that alone. When you "fight" to get the ba...

Posted on: 12:33:39 PM 3/17/2008

Thats cool. I thought it may be me lol. Its funny though, I have seen tons of people online and not too much happening in the forum, so assumed everyone was chatting. I wonder what everyone is doing?? I guess just reading and reading and reading like...

Posted on: 10:57:43 PM 3/16/2008

Does anyone on this forum ever use the chat? Everytime I go into it there is absolutely nothing happening. Is it my computer, or does noone seem interested in it at all? Just curious.

Posted on: 1:19:57 PM 3/14/2008

sounds to me like you need to figure out why you have this dog...

Posted on: 6:50:55 PM 3/13/2008

Sorry to hear of your financial dificulties, but IMHO you need to make another visit to your vet. Gooey wet and hardly walking indicates infection, and needs to be addressed sooner than later as to not spread and become alot worse! If you really can'...

Posted on: 3:58:21 PM 3/9/2008

Hi, my "name" is staceyb. I am a Canadian stay at home mother of 3 kids, 2 dogs, and a cat who adopted us a few years ago.

I am fairly new to the site and have benifited from the advice and have also gotten a chuckle out of some of the po...

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