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Posted on: 2:16:30 PM 2/10/2004

This is a problem, look at it like this.If all the dogs belonged to you and spent all their time together this problem would come up but in time would probly resulve itself to a level.Each dog in the household would take its position in the pecking...

Posted on: 6:22:42 PM 2/9/2004

In 01 I got my certificate for Sports (Canine deep tissue/sports injuries )Massage Therapy I've worked on a few dogs since then.Where I'm from (Canada) this is fairly new and some people think its nuts.But I'm really impressed with what I've learned...

Posted on: 5:48:13 PM 2/9/2004

Do you mean the Shiloh Shepherd? A long haired shep?

Posted on: 5:42:09 PM 2/9/2004

I've heard often that some dogs hide after their grooming,dogs aren't aware of themselves to say look in a mirror.Perhaps its the change in the owners behaviour in response to the clip.I do groom pets on a daily basis and I heard an owner ask the r...

Posted on: 4:36:41 PM 2/9/2004

When and If you had to choose a groomer to groom your pet, what things would you consider?Some of the best groomers are self taught.If they do an amazing job but they are generally unfriendly do you choose them because the job was great?Do you choos...

Posted on: 4:12:13 PM 2/9/2004

You don't see that very often.its so cute.I beleieve that it is a submissive posture when greeting you, also people usually smile when they greet a dog and I think they are copying this.They know that when we smile we are not giving a warning by sh...

Posted on: 3:28:24 PM 2/9/2004

There are usually two reasons that dogs scoot their butts 1. they have some cling on material left hanging on their bums and are trying to get rid of it 2. Their anal sacs are full. All cats and dogs have these.I express glands everyday and I hav...

Posted on: 3:48:31 PM 2/3/2004

Try this...some cats that are given the chance will hide and come out very rarely.I would try shutting all the doors so he can't hide. When he does come around give things like Catnip or treats in say the livingroom.Encourage friends to hold him wi...

Posted on: 3:40:53 PM 2/3/2004

When I saw Chow cross I was not surprised.Chows are a very dominant breed.Obediance classes, a must.First the dog bowl/eating issue.When you have a bowl of food left out for a dog to eat the dog decides when he will eat and that the floor is respon...

Posted on: 3:15:34 PM 2/3/2004

I don't want to discourage you but Ozzy is now seven years old and he still runs around like a crazy dog and gets really excited over things.When I first got him he was 2 and just crazy.I did a few years of classes and He started to focus more but ...

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