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Posted on: 3:06:07 PM 2/26/2004

Depends on where you live, in the USA , Heartworm is a serious common problem, in Canada we see alot less. Animals are tested every year regardless if neg last year or were on meds. There were only 2 hundred or so cases in Ontario. The clinic I...

Posted on: 2:58:31 PM 2/26/2004

I have two French Bulldogs and they drink all day long. I really don't think you should totally limit his water, he may be an active dog,(hyper) he may need alot of water to digest his food.(dry) I think flat nosed breeds will drink more than most...

Posted on: 2:20:28 PM 2/26/2004

Any extra weight on their body on a regular basis may not be good for them, to much strain on the frame. Walking and running will definetly build muscles. Some breeds like the min Schnauzer(for shows) have exercises like doing alot of uphill (steep...

Posted on: 9:14:52 PM 2/25/2004

Oh my god scout one thats hilarious!!! Or I heard of the westie that would run really fast around the house barking so the spray would blow past him and would run out of citrunella. Dogs aren't stupid! well some are....The barking issue can be delt...

Posted on: 8:56:22 PM 2/25/2004

I'm going to try and make some suggestions that I hope help but I have a question first, see if she does this behaviour when your not around, if your not there does she freak out at the other dog? Heres my suggestion: It will take some train...

Posted on: 2:49:51 PM 2/24/2004

Useing body language is a good way to communicate with dogs that are not to much of a threat.But not for training. Sometimes I will stare them right in the eye from across the room, hold my hands slightly out in front of me like I was going to grab...

Posted on: 6:54:25 PM 2/23/2004

BOXERGIRL................................... Ask your parents to enrole you and the dog in a training class. I'm not sure on your age but I would consider it. This issue seems to be between the dog and children

Posted on: 6:45:18 PM 2/23/2004

I have a friend with the same problem dog kept going in the trash and one day ate a peach pit.Had to have surgery to remove. She asked me if I had any ideas. This idea is a little weird, but it did work for her. First I told her to keep a strong...

Posted on: 6:08:17 PM 2/23/2004

This starting to sound like a dominace issue, she should not be snapping at you. You are supposed to be her leader, her boss. I could go into the dos and don't but I could be here for days, the best thing for you to do is read up on the issue. The...

Posted on: 5:01:21 PM 2/23/2004

* To slow down the eating put a large object in the bowl like a tennis ball or a kong.He will hopefully have to slow down to eat around the object thus will not choke on it. ***** ...

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