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Posted on: 11:45:43 AM 1/1/2014

I think I need more info?
Is the dog castrated?
How old is the dog?
Did the vet say he was underweight?
If you were to put him on a diet that would bulk him up you may just have to put him on a higher dose of insulin.

Posted on: 9:12:29 PM 3/9/2011

I think when it comes to behavior, you can't just hear the problem and quickly give a solutionto the problem. You have to look at the breeds, the age, how much exercise the dog receives each day, what is the temperment (submissive- pushy)Who lives i...

Posted on: 6:54:54 PM 3/8/2011

Cavalier Charles Spaniel

Posted on: 2:28:49 PM 2/5/2011

IS there an odour?

Posted on: 12:42:16 PM 1/15/2011

If changeing the diet is something that your not going to do, try an additive to the food.
In the Clinic we use a powder formula called Acute Care, that you just add to the diet.
Your Vet probly carries at least one brand, give them ...

Posted on: 12:26:50 PM 1/15/2011

Stop letting this dog on your furniture, stop petting him, and especially if he comes and asks for it.Ignore him more and get him to work for everything(what breed is he?)
Google-Nothing in Life is for Free, ways to interact with your dog.

Posted on: 7:48:18 PM 12/31/2010

How did you play with her when she was a kitten?Any hand wrestling.
Does your husband play or pay attention to her more or less then you?
Who feeds her?
Does he ignore her more?

Posted on: 7:40:19 PM 12/27/2010

The humping has nothing to do with being intact or ultered. It is normal for some puppies to hump eachother or objects (like stuffed toys) We tend to see puppies or dogs do this when they are a little shy or more on the submissive side (Less sure abo...

Posted on: 7:25:18 PM 12/27/2010

The more you empty them the faster they may fill up, does the dog have problems with the glands?

Posted on: 7:23:05 PM 12/27/2010

What Alot of people don't think of is, some dogs fall apart with their housetraining.
When dogs are spayed they sometimes have bruised bladders and it becomes sore to push out poop. So let them out to pee and poop often after they come home. ...

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