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  1. My dog at 3 months and 3 years old | I love Rottweiler

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    My dog at 3 months old and 3 years old in one clip. He is Loki Gervi. Lucky for us with him.
  2. Help with Adult Dog House Accidents

    Dog Training Forum
    Hello everyone.. I have a 3 year old LH weimaraner. She is a great dog except she still has accidents in the house but only at night. The problem is that she has NEVER whined, even when she was a puppy. My husband and I don't know how to get her to let us know she has to go out at night. Our...
  3. 5 YO rescued lab with separation anxiety

    Dog Rescue Forum
    Hello my dear community, I have a 50 lb lab with separation anxiety. My husband and I rescued her from a family that did not want her, and had stopped feeding her. She spent her life chained in a small space but, in spite of her difficult situation, she grew used to having people around most...
  4. NinaSuazo-new member-adult lab

    Attention All New Members
    Hello community!!:wave: I am a proud mommy to an adult female black labrador retriever, called Princess (she came with that name... didn´t have the heart to change it haha). I´m looking for advice on how to begin her training. Thrilled to meet you!
  5. Doggie door to third floor apartment...

    First Time Dog Owner and Basic Questions
    On Oct. 3 I'm rescuing a 5 year old chi mix named Ruthy. She is the sweetest dog ever. According to her foster mom her biggest "fault" is her clinginess and loves to sleep in bed with her humans, which is the opposite of a problem for me. Ruthy is housebroken, unfortunately, she's been trained...
  6. Adult dog is bullying my new puppy! Please help!

    First Time Dog Owner and Basic Questions
    Okay so I got I another dog yesterday, I thought that my other dog needed a friend as he loves everyone at the dog parks. So my adult dog: He is a male. He is neutered. And he is a year and 4 months old. He is a husky border collie mix. He is probably about 60 pounds. He is absolutely the...
  7. Dog mouthing is making me crazy. Literally.

    Dog Training Forum
    Hi, there. I am in need of some help, and need a new way to approach mouthing training. (I've posted about this before.) We've had Dobby a few weeks now, and his mouthing is just getting worse. We are using the ASPCA time out guide, and are consistently following it, but the mouthing is just...
  8. Adult dog suddenly won't walk on leash

    Dog Training Forum
    Hi all, I am having a problem with one of my dogs and can't seem to find a solution. She is a 10 year old Miniature Pinscher and she has walked well on a leash since she was a puppy. Recently while on a walk, she suddenly stopped walking and looked a little spooked. I carried her home and...
  9. Recently Adopted Dog Sleeps All The Time?

    Dog Rescue Forum
    Five days ago, my boyfriend and I adopted a 5 y/o Min Pin that we found in our local newspaper. After talking to the now former owner(who turned out to be a byb of chihuahuas [yes, it pissed me off to find that out] and they didn't want her because she wasn't a chihuahua), I decided to adopt her...
  10. Litter Retraining for Adult Dog

    Dog Training Forum
    Hello all :) I just recently joined this forum and have decided to post for the first time since quite frankly I'm completely confused on how to handle the situation I'm in. I have two dogs, Russian Samoyeds, around a year old both of them. The male is the laziest dog I have ever seen while the...
  11. Second Step Potty Training

    Dog Training Forum
    Hi. I adopted Kettle about a week ago. She's a WONDERFUL gentle smart loving Cattle Dog mix--fully mature at 5 years old. And she's completely housebroken. She hasn't gone inside once. In fact, she's one of the best dogs I've ever had. The problem: We have a wrap around back porch, one...
  12. Foster Dog & Outside Pottying

    Dog Training Forum
    Hello all, Hopefully someone can help me with a problem I have with a foster dog. Overall she's a very good dog, but this is not healthy for her body or my sanity. Just a little background, I live in Seoul, South Korea. The dog was rescued from a high-kill pound and about 2 years old. She's...
  13. At what point can you transition a puppy to adult food portions?

    Dog Food Forum
    hi everyone! My dog is 8 pounds, 7 months old, female Bichon Frise (very small) - She's currently on a puppy feeding regiment, When is the right time to switch her to an adult feeding routine? Is there a right time? Rather than age, are there other indicators that are more reliable? I know...
  14. Need advice on getting an adult Border Collie/German Shepard mix to stop nipping

    Dog Training Forum
    Our dog is about seven years old, I've known him now for 3 years since I met my partner and he's always had a problem with nipping at feet and ankles whenever people are in our house. My partner insists that it's just his breed and that he's tried breaking him of the habit. Although I...
  15. Is it okay to bring a new adult dog into a household with a puppy?

    First Time Dog Owner and Basic Questions
    I apologize if this subject has already been covered. I've tried searching for this topic to avoid redundancy. And, I didn't find this question posted already. So, the internet is full of informative articles about bringing a new puppy home to your household and introducing it to your...
  16. Milk and Boiled Egg

    Dog Food Forum
    My 4-yr old female German Shepherd was fed half a cup of milk and a boiled egg every day for a month by my parents - they were dogsitting while I was away. The dog seems to have suffered none of the lactose intolerance effects - no diarrhoea, indigestion or gas, and energy levels remained...
  17. Crate Training an Older Dog

    Dog Training Forum
    Hello, I am new to the Forum and my wife and I are at our wits end. We have three dachshunds. Finn we got as a puppy and have trained him to be a very well mannered, well behaved dog. Allie is a rescue and we were able to train her appropriately and have had no issues at all. In fact we still...