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Posted on: 3:33:46 PM 3/9/2008

I wouldn't worry about it, sounds like just plain dreams to me. Most dogs will make running motions or whimper in their sleep and it is a perfectly normal part of their sleep pattern.

Posted on: 3:22:15 PM 3/9/2008

Great story!! Loved every word of it!! Thanks for sharing.

Posted on: 1:45:37 PM 3/9/2008

Syrus (husky) hates being bothered when he's sleeping (i can't say i blame him)
Abbie (pug) HATES being left alone for any length of time. she goes crazy when i come home even from 5 minutes out.

I would have to agree with masti on th...

Posted on: 1:13:52 PM 3/9/2008

o runner, i am so sorry to hear your unfortunate news. i can empathise with what you are going through. as i was growing up, my family cat had a run in with a dog and in the process her retina was severly damaged. we had to rush her to the vet for em...

Posted on: 8:39:52 PM 3/7/2008

I think the first thing you need to do is take her to the vet with a stool sample so they can check for worms.

Posted on: 12:58:43 PM 3/6/2008

My deepest sympathies.

Posted on: 12:24:27 PM 3/6/2008

I think it really all depends on your dog's personality. I have seen some dogs look horrified to be dressed up in anything, and I have also seen some prance around prouder than punch in a cute little outfit. I personally think that dog clothes are fo...

Posted on: 9:15:18 AM 3/4/2008

lol yp....I'm afraid he's spoken for...thanks!

Posted on: 4:21:54 PM 3/3/2008

Why do you have a dog that you have no time for? 7 to 8 hours alone is a long time for a pup that age, and they would not be able to hold it that long. And there is NO WAY a puppy can last that long alone outside in the cold!! These are things you sh...

Posted on: 2:06:27 PM 3/3/2008

I am new to the forum and have already benefited from the great advice. I just wanted to share some pictures of my pooches (I am new at the photo bucket thing too, so bear with me if it doesn't work lol)....

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