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My GSP is nearly a year old now and I can not get him to stop putting his face right up to mine, standing on me, and pulling while walking him on the leash. He has never bitten me, never growled at me or even gave me an inkling of being aggressive in that manner. He plays well with children and plays well with most other dogs that don't get annoyed with him being all up in their business. Does anybody have any thoughts or suggestions on how to stop these behaviors? Also, I walk him around 5-10 miles a day and also exercise him because he is a very high energy dog, which is what I wanted to help me with my PTSD from my years in the Army and the Air Force. Please help! :)

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tam501

In Dogs

This is my female's second breeding, her first was with an unfamiliar dog and everything went fine.  She was 2 and a half yrs old then.  I bought my own male and they have grown together, i skipped her next heat,  and then the next one came 1 month late and now each time my male mounts and when he is about to penetrate she screams and trys to attack him, even though she stands for him.  This is not his first mating, he know's his business.  I have muzzled her, held her, massaging her.  But at the point of penetration she act's like it hurt's.  What could be wrong?  

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hellokitty1

In Cats

My cat books ran out my door 3 days ago I looked everywhere for it couldn't find it. I left for work and my daughter was left to look for it she couldn't find it either. The next morning I found it outside on the grass dead with her eyes popped out the socket. I don't know what happened to it I asked all the neighbors no one has seen or heard anything. I have a question does cats get longer and skinnier when they die? My heart is so broken I cannot stop crying.

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outlawsfv

In Dogs

what foods are best to feed a nursing dog

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outlawsfv

In Dogs

what foods are best to feed a nursing dog

Gadget has been sick for a few months now, thyroid problem, congestive heart failure, and pleural effusion. He is terrified of strangers. I almost lost him in October from stress. He was on fortekor, Furosemide and Methimazole. He was taking his meds regularly until the last few days where i noticed a change him. More lethargic eating drinking less. breathing difficulty. Though he always was able to cuddle with me. We were inseparable, wherever i was in the house he was with me.I started giving him baby food and treats just to get him to eat. Finally i made the decision the 23rd of December that I will ask the vet  technician to come over and give him an injection of the diuretic, hoping it would help him breathe, and it that didn't work i would have him euthanisized. What occured next was terrible, the minute he saw the technician he had a panic attack and couldnt breathe he started foaming at the mouth, i took him outside hoping air would help, he was completely in distress, i brought him back into the house on a pillow, he jumped off fell and hid behind a speaker and started convulsing, screaming , in no way did i want him ever to die like this , i couldn't reach him and when i finally was able to he was almost gone. i rocked him , i feel sooo bad that i did this to him , he was my everything . This whole ordeal took 25 minutes and they were the worst 25 minutes of my cats life. The technicians here are not licensed to euthanize and my poor little baby suffered soo much. I feel completely guilty that i did this to him. he was my scotchtape. :(

Hi, my name is Symba. I was found on the street and now have a new home. My owner is not sure what breed I am. Can anyone tell what I am?

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mariselr92

In Dogs

I have a few dogs what's a proper play routine or how do I make it seem to them im evenly distributing love or discipline ...

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