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Showing teeth is not necessarily an agressive thing. Showing teeth with a wagging tail can be a submissive act, or simply a laughing 'greeting', or it could be "have I done something wrong?" I had a Dane many years ago who rolled her lips up with every 'greeting' - I used to laugh/smile back and say...
- 28 Mar 2014, 23:03
- Forum: Health Matters
- Topic: Puppies & walks, stairs & their bones - photo
- Replies: 12
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There are always plenty of warnings for pups and young dogs re - stairs, steps, walking, concrete surfaces and over doing playtime, but in my opinion one of the most dangerous things around for youngsters is a slippery floor. Nothing worse than watching very young pups scrabbling around trying to ge...
Many congratulations - you must both be sooooooooooo excited!! M travelled 3 and a half hours at 8 weeks when we got her, first on my lap and then with G/son on the back seat. She was a little it sick soon after we started, but once she settled, she slept the whole way. I would add a kitchen roll to...
- 17 Feb 2014, 21:16
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Bottom issues! Bit graphic, sorry.
- Replies: 18
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I also keep M trimmed with scissors, but have to admit that her poo is nicely firm and we have rarely had a problem with 'sticky bits'.
Anna and M
Anna and M
I agree with Bid and Liz - walking on grass, carpets, gardens is fine, just keep an eye on the amount of time and apply the lift in the sling when necessary. Any slippery floors or concrete are a no no and be sure to lift if there are more than a step or two when out and about. May I also add that c...