I acquired a 14 yr old neutered boxer thru the passing of his owner. When he is excited and appears happy....he does this constant snapping motion with his mouth. I wondered if this is common. I have always had mixed breeds Labradors and never encountered this.
Concern for my dog
My Yorkie pool who is 6 years old was diagnosed with bronchitis of Feb. 10. He isn't any better. She put him on antibiotic and prednisone. I've had him there 3 times. A few days ago she told me to give him an half of a prednisone till this coming week if he didn't improve. Tonight is breathing is horrible plus his breathing is so fast. Any suggestions?
Handicapped and need a 24/7 love. I can train the pup to obedience. I need an affectionate breed that I can care for and give him/her a forever loving home.
What breeds suit the companion dog the best? I had a Golden Retriever that was on his way to being a fully fledged companion animal. We just never went through scent training and retrieval skills. Is there a small dog that can meet my needs?
what brand of dry dogdoods are suitable with a dog that is recovering from pancreatitis?
Hypoallergenic dogs Hello I'm looking for hypoallergenic dogs as my mum is allergic to dog fur and I would like a dog. Please can you tell me any breeds. Also do you know if s husky or a collie is a hypoallergenic dog breed. The :)
How To Convince Your Parents To Get A Dog
My younger brother has allergies to dogs and cats. I wanted a dog all my life and never got the chance to get one. But I had a way to convince my mom. My mother has always wanted a dog too. I used that note on her. My dad though, was the hard one to convince. He didn't really want a dog. I convinced him that we could get a hypoallergenic dog.He said,"I'd have to take a look at them. Step 1: DO NOT WHATSOEVER HOUND YOUR PARENTS WHILE THEY CONSIDER GETTING A DOG!I'll post step 2 this afternoon
My Dog stares at the ceiling and barks
I have an 11 month old purebred golden retriever. Recently he has been roaming around the house and staring at shadows and the ceiling. He does this from the moment he wakes up to the moment he goes to bed. He also tends to get very agitated while doing this. He will bark, pant, and cry while staring at the ceiling and running around the house. I've taken him to the vet and all blood tests came back normal. We also had an issue with potential petit mal seizures which have seemed to subside. What do you think this could be? Has anyone ever had similar problem. We are thinking about taking him to a neurologist but want to get a second opinion before we do. Any advice would help!
About Dog's REM sleep
In general, Non-REM stage3 sleep is called deep sleep in human, but in dogs, is REM sleep called deep sleep?http://www.petwave.com/Dogs/Basics/Sleeping-Habits.aspx
Can anyone tell me if she looks more if 1?
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i love dogs all ways had dogs when i was small i think they great dogs
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