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- Tue Feb 14, 2017 6:49 am
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: How you picked out your dog
- Replies: 25
- Views: 4563
My dogs have almost all been from a rescue. I chose this last one because even though i had to pick it from a litter it had the most beautiful eyes that kept calling. It also ran up to me and my husband. We thought it was really cute and needed a loving home. We also changed its name to give it a fr...
I know it isn't a grooming table, but I got this http://www.petstreetmall.com/Booster-Bath/10044/1279/ a while ago because my back was giving me fits bending over the tub. Its been great for bathing but I'm not sure how well it would work with the hair trimming since it has those side walls.
I think it's a great idea too. I should try that with my fur baby and see how he would react.Shalista wrote:lol bax in a doggy bath robe he usually got pretty zoomie when he wore his thundershirt but he doesnt mind his harness so maybe something light? hmmmmmmmmmmmmm i like this idea
Hi, thanks Nettle. Iv been doing further research and am leaning more for the spinone :) i will be spending the next few years researching breeders in the uk as in in no rush and its very important to me that i not only find a good responsible breeder but that i find the right puppy for me. You are...
- Tue Feb 07, 2017 4:28 am
- Forum: Dog Training Advice
- Topic: Dog refuse to leave a car or go home
- Replies: 5
- Views: 671
If he doesent want to go back home i am thinking it could be that the other dog is threatening or attacking, it faces separation anxiety if the owner is never around and the other dog is not friendly or, which i highly doubt it is not being treated as it should be at home. Would also love to know mo...
Just got my copy and absolutely love it. Ive only had cats before and im learning so much! Glad i found this book now while im still waiting for my first puppy. Been meaning to get it for the longest time. This post just reminded me. Looking forward to reading it then maybe i can answer some questi...
- Mon Jan 30, 2017 5:11 am
- Forum: Dog Training Advice
- Topic: First scuffle, should I be worried?
- Replies: 12
- Views: 879
That's a perfectly normal and appropriate reaction from her. I wouldn't worry! I think from your post you're already planning, if this happens again, to remove her from the situation before it gets too much for her, which is the appropriate action on your half too. If you can find some dogs of some...
So hairly breeds have problems with hair in their ear canals. There is always that debate as to whether it is healthy to pluck or not to pluck hair in the ear canals. Personally i have not had problems with plucking i started it early and it works well. If you have a sensitive dog, it would be neces...
Most common reasons a rescue dog would have a problem with diet is either because it is still adopting to the new environment and diet or because there is another underlying problem with it. If it got a check and is medically sound, i think the problem is most likely the new diet. With time it can a...
- Thu Jan 26, 2017 8:32 am
- Forum: Health, Diet and Exercise
- Topic: The ladydog and being on heat
- Replies: 148
- Views: 50959
Great post! Now i know what to expect if i ever get a female dog. Part of the reason that i've been afraid is knowing how to deal when it's the season, great learning thanks.
Hi. Not sure i'd introduced myself here. My name is Annabelle. I am from Florida. I have two pets a cat and a dog named Rexie. We just got him and so i am excited to be hear to learn and share.