My Boston Terrier has her period. How do I make pads for her? Any suggestions?
Asked by asladie 7 years ago
A friend has rescued a maltreated dog and does not want the cruel owner to get it back.Actually the dog has run away but if he(the rescuer)can find it he wants to prevent the chip from identifying the cruel owner.
Asked by Cooper.123 8 years ago
Asked by skewes 6 years ago
I want to build my dog a water bed that is just like a regular water bed. i wanted it to be heated and all. i have a water bed that my dog loves but i am having to get rid of it. the dog is a toy poodle so wont have to be to big. if you have any suggestions please tell me them. i can use my current water bed for parts.
Asked by mstudinger 5 years ago
I'd prefer a German Shepard or a St.Bernard or some strong and an obedient & faithful dog.Please help.
she slips out of the door when no one is looking and its a pain to get her back. We were out until 2:30 am trying to get her last night. please help!!!
Asked by tictaclad 7 years ago
Asked by blueangeltears2010 9 years ago
It works, but are there any problems with it that might fry the chip or something? Also, I didn't know if audio ground should be connected directly to the amp ground, and I saw one schematic that had a 10K resistor in between so I just did that.
Asked by 7654321 7 years ago
My husband and I recently adopted an 11 week old female dachshund. We already have a 2 year old female dachshund that we adopted when she was a puppy. Of course over the past couple of years she has become our "baby", has had our undivided attention, and even sleeps with us at night..and sits in our laps every chance she gets. She has always had the most loving and energetic personality. I understand that the 2 year old doxie is naturally going to have a bit of jealousy and is not going to warm up to the puppy immediately, but I am looking for some advice as to how to best raise the two so that there is minimal jealousy and hostility in hopes of the two becoming "best buddies". Dachshunds tend to have personalities of their own and are a completely different breed when it comes to everything. We only adopted the puppy 2 days ago so I know that the relationship is definitely not going to develop over night. I guess I am most concerned that the 2 year old is going to continue to be jealous and and will not warm up to the puppy..She (the older female) has not been sleeping with us at night since the puppy is in bed with us which is very much not like her. She normally has the most energy and is quite lovable. She has not acted particularly aggressive to the puppy yet however She has been COMPLETELY different and distant since we got the new puppy. She did growl at my husband and I a couple of times which is completely not normal for her. We know that crate training is the best option for the puppy but not sure what the reality of that is going to be. Any advice? THANKS!
Asked by ktew2445 5 years ago
What's your favorite breed of dog? My favorite dog would probably be a Siberian Husky. Though I love all kinds of dogs, especially big dogs like German Shepherds and Alaskan Malamutes. I also like some smaller dogs like Australian Cattle Dogs and Beagles.
Posted by LoneWolf 8 years ago
I am looking for knowledge on how to build a dog agility jump out of pvc?
I just thought it was an odd habit for dogs to do.
Asked by Quest for Questions 7 years ago
Hello, I've just re-watched The Wire again; In the horrible dog fighting episode (series 3) the dog is covered in soap before the fight begins; I can't find a reason on Google: is it simply to prevent infection or is there another reason? Thank you.
Asked by FriendOfHumanity 7 years ago
Dog over the road has been barking since it could bark, 2 1/2 yrs. I have talked to the owner and they have a collar to help control barking but very rarely use it these days and just let the dog bark. Dog barks at the postman on motorbike, anyone walking down street, other dogs, when I go out to the front garden or the lettebox. I use to always go over and talk to dog, pat her and give her meat bones, but these days she just annoys me with her continual barking The local Shire ranger has rang the owner about the dog only to be abused on the phone. Can anyone give some suggestions on what to do please. Margaret
Asked by emshar 8 years ago
Has anyone attempted to make their own hydrotherapy pool for a dog? The vet has one--it's a big boxy thing, portable (in theory), and has water jets to simulate a lap pool/endless pool. I want to try to make one myself...any suggestions?
Asked by SyedM70 4 months ago
My Mom is looking for help training our 5-year-old schnoodleour dog barks and won't stop when people visit or walk past our house (visitors are rewarding bad behaviour)she now barks and snaps at dogs she has previously associated withDoes anyone know anything we could try? Thanks.
Asked by threecheersfornick 8 years ago