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  1. bowzerBacchus
    im looking for someone who has experience with dogs an is educated on the subject educated meaning you have done research an know at least the min requurement to own a healthy dog i have studdied dogs for 4 years an am currently trying to get my ged an then take the next steps tward becoming a professional dog trainer an i own 2 dogs an am looking for a mate for him he is not a purebread he is a rott,lab,chow mix an is awsome he loves kids of all ages an has no tempermant problems is well trained an would make outstanding pups if your interested your dog must be between the ages 2-4
    an in good health you must know what your doing an your dog must not have any temperment problems i do not care what the breed of your dog is i just want to make shure since you would have the female that our pups would be with someone who is experienced an can aford to have pups i would want to meet you an your dog an possibly want to visit the area that the pups are to be born at an whare they would be living i am not charging anything i would like one of the pups but am not bent on pick of the litter if your interested we can work out details in person contact me at [email protected]
  2. dixiesmom
    does anyone know how to tell if a dog is pregnant i have a question
  3. grammysel
    I just joined and I hope that there is someone out there that can help with my problem. We have had dogs our whole marriage (40 years in June) and we have never had a problem house breaking them. This is the situation. We have 2 2year old pure bread Cockers. They are basically housebroken except when it rains or when we have overnight guests. They choose one of our oriental rugs and do their business, mainly the dinning room rug. We have a doggie door that they use whenever they want. And they love to go out and play in the rain. I know that they are jealous when we have guests and we try and pay as much attention to them as we can while the guests are here. They are wonderful, playfull, happy dogs and there is only one other thing we don't seem to be able to break them of. That is jumping up on people that come to visit. Every morning they basically overcome my 5 year old grandson when he comes in to wait for the bus. He loves them to death and they just love him so much they need to show him. They knock him over and than attack him with licks and kisses. Again we have tried everything we can think of. "Down" just does not work it these cases, any other time it does. It is just the initial greeting at the front door.

    Can anyone give suggestions.
  4. dreamwolf8989
    I have a jack russel terrier, and i need help badly. Her name is Lexy, and i love her to pieces but she needs training bad. One of her habits is chewing on everything in site lol. Thats not the worst of it though, when she wants attention you know it. She litterly falls down right in front of you if your walking and she just lays there. She'll jump on your heels and everything. I really need to learn how to break her of that. If you have any information on how to do this please let me know. thankyou
  5. madukes
    Help - we have an 8 yr. old cockapoo who has recently exhibited new negative behaviors - humping and chewing pillows, marking territory at others' homes and incessant barking. Also has become nervous with wind and rain. Not sure what to do. Vet prescribed med. called Reconcile but it didn't help and made him lethargic and not interested in eating.
  6. hollybet
    Hi everyone! I'm new here and would love to meet other dog lovers. I have four dogs and one cat right now. They are truly my family!
  7. Jolene
    Hey everyone. We need your help/advice. We have had a female Maltese Toy Poodle (5 years old) for about 9 months now. She was our lonely pet, we absolutely love and adore her. Recently, we decided to get her a companion - so now we also have a 6 week old female Jack Russell Terrier x Pom puppy. The two of them have been fairly well - we've been taking little steps to get them comfortable with one another. However I'm not satisfied with it. Anyone have any ideas on how to make them bond better?
  8. zoesbackyard
    Hello there! I'm a newbie here! I want to share ideas about anything that is dog-related! Looking to meet a lot of new friends here!
  9. Daltonic Star
    Hi, I'm new! and I need some help on training my 2 month old female Rottie. I'm trying to teach her to pee/poo on a newspaper and to stop chewing and destoying everything. Also I wanna meet dog lovers just like me!
  10. wag'n tails
    Wag'n Tails indoor/outdoor climate controlled off the leash dog park. Cookevilles 1st park of this kind. We offer doggie day care, boarding, owner/canine memberships, obedience training, all type of animal grooming. Come give your dog the exercise aand social skills they need, open all year round...p.s. our trainer is awsome voted best of the best
    www.wagn-tails.com
    [email protected]
    931-528-2298
    Come by and check us out
    310 Newman Dr.
    Cookeville, tn.
    across the street from Ace Hardware.
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