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Posted on: 1:53:08 PM 1/4/2009

What?What is moveing a circular motion, walking around in a circle?
Is his head tilted to one side, does he focus on you?How old is the dog.It doesn't sound like you should be mateing it with anything, till you know why...

Posted on: 1:50:47 PM 1/4/2009

Make sure they have beds, first off that are comfortable.
Over a 6 weeks period continually bait their beds, with tiny bite size treats.
Take a small blanket, and mix the treats in among the blankets so they have to search for it.

Posted on: 1:41:48 PM 1/4/2009

I would guess that your little angel is somewhat afraid of the child, and is sort of lashing out.
Dogs that are afraid, are not protective, hes not being protective, he just gets a little bit of confidence being close to you.
I would call i...

Posted on: 8:53:44 PM 1/1/2009

Of course I can't see the dog, but maybe its painful to get up, or walk. Take the dog in the Vets and get the Vets opinion.Its cool how sometimes a simple anti-inflamitory injection can make the difference, give it a go, first.

Posted on: 8:49:16 PM 1/1/2009

Usually vomiting continuously, and no bowel movements can mean hes swallowed something.Yes he may have a blockage, which causes him to vomit.Get him to the Vet ASAP. Parvo is vomiting and diarrehea.

Posted on: 8:45:20 PM 1/1/2009

Were you given the demodex dip?
There is a dip we used to use in the old days, haven't done it in a long time, I don't even know if its still available.
But you keep pouring it all ove rthe dog for like 20 minutes in the tub with the drain...

Posted on: 8:37:38 PM 1/1/2009

The best course of action is to get someone to observe her behavior, like a behavioral trainer.
There are so many things to cover here I don't know wear to start.
First you need to be aware, that Sheperds, well, are almost always nervous ...

Posted on: 10:59:02 PM 12/29/2008

Picture a toddler at the supermarket with his mother, they walk by a chocolate bar stand.
The toddler got a chocolate bar the last time they were shopping so he wants another one.
He tries to reach for one, but his mother grabs him, and ...

Posted on: 8:28:09 PM 12/28/2008

Oh I've met some big dogs that do it, and they knock everyone over in the process.

Posted on: 11:20:10 PM 12/27/2008

I'll assume its a Min Pin, cause a doberman is a large breed.
Cats rub against us to tranfer their sent onto us, or objects, a dog may do it to get attention, or to itch himself.
Alot of dogs also get muscular tension, and this may relie...

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