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Posted on: 10:29:46 PM 2/26/2008

I was just wondering about how she's doing now... any better? still blood in urine? did you take her to the vet?
When I first got my dobe, he had "blood" in his urine for two days. We finally figured out that it was the red dye in a bone that a ...

Posted on: 10:19:57 PM 2/26/2008

My doberman pinschers have always had raw spots on various parts of their bodies. One always chewed his tail until it bled, my current dobe chews the top of hi...

Posted on: 10:15:06 PM 2/26/2008

Well, this is my 5th doberman, my parents had 4 over the years and I grew up with them. All of them so far have been between 80-105 lbs. One female, 4 males. i am 5'3" tall, and when he stands on his hind legs, he is taller than me (weighs 85 lbs. an...

Posted on: 9:55:06 PM 2/26/2008

sorry, i misunderstood the question. are you asking if your pup is happy? lol. i thought you were asking what smiling was, or why you pup was doing it.

Posted on: 9:51:22 PM 2/26/2008

sorry, what breed was this?
labrador retrievers are known to "smile". it is like a snarl, does not look like a human smile. as stated by some one else, t...

Posted on: 9:41:51 PM 2/26/2008

The "beating" does NOT help with obedience training. I have had many doberman pinschers, and own a one-year old dobe right now. Most likely your dogs are aggre...

Posted on: 9:37:19 PM 2/26/2008

maybe try taking her on long walks. when she does go praise her. tell her "good girl" and pet her, or give her a treat (I know, I know, treat-training is bad, but it works with the confused dog). I have a

Posted on: 9:33:46 PM 2/26/2008

be firm. i have a one-year old doberman who is taller than me when he stands on his hind legs (I am 5'3'') and he also weighs more than I do lol. I just point at the ground, tell him "DOWN", tell him "SIT" and sometimes have to divert his attention. ...

Posted on: 9:29:52 PM 2/26/2008

I completely agree... ignore the pup. I have a one-year old doberman, doing fine now... the odd cry when I first put him in the crate. He used to whine all night in his crate, I just had to ignore him. If you give him more attention when he cries, he...

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