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Hello. I just would like to know what kind of breed is this dog? Is it a labrador?
see link: http://s223.photobucket.com/user/cris2perco/media/1365412585824_zps02b11d7f.jpg.html


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snoopy79girl

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We recently adopted a dog from the SPCA and all the info they had was that she was a terrier mix. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I think she's about 5 months old now.

Any guesses about what breed Kiwi may be? He's mixed for sure. He weighs about 25 lbs, curly tail, webbed feet. He loves to retrieve, and he also digs /sniffs.  (I hope the pic link works.)

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    fuffellove

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    Hello,
    I have a male neutered 4 yr old German shepherd/ greyhound mix, named Moose. I have had him and his sister since they were puppies and I have 2 other dogs that I had before. Moose seems to be "resource guarding" me. I have read about correcting "resource guarding" but what if the "resource" is me? He does not like it when my husband raises his voice or if we rough house at all. He also does not like it when I play with the other dogs or give them attention. He will get up abruptly to cut off one of the other dogs if they are coming to me. If he is not in his crate, he is sitting by me with his ears back very anxiously looking around the room. A lot of what I have read has been how to fix the problem if the dog guards the "resource" from his human. But the problem I have is that he guards me from anyone else. Moose has attacked my other dog multiple times because of this. How do I correct the problem? How to I stop my dog from seeing me as a "resource"? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! :)

    Hello,
    I have a male neutered 4 yr old German shepherd/ greyhound mix, named Moose. I have had him and his sister since they were puppies and I have 2 other dogs that I had before. Moose seems to be "resource guarding" me. I have read about correcting "resource guarding" but what if the "resource" is me? He does not like it when my husband raises his voice or if we rough house at all. He also does not like it when I play with the other dogs or give them attention. He will get up abruptly to cut off one of the other dogs if they are coming to me. If he is not in his crate, he is sitting by me with his ears back very anxiously looking around the room. A lot of what I have read has been how to fix the problem if the dog guards the "resource" from his human. But the problem I have is that he guards me from anyone else. Moose has attacked my other dog multiple times because of this. How do I correct the problem? How to I stop my dog from seeing me as a "resource"? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! :)

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    capjack

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    My dogs love to chase bubbles.  If you only have a short time to play with your dogs, get a bottle of bubbles (non-toxic) and let the fun begin.  Jack likes it so much, he will go to where I keep the container and bark at it until I open it and start playing with him.

    I took my dog to the dog park yesterday and there were a lot of dogs and people playing.  One woman was throwing the ball for her dog, when my dog ran and grabbed/stole this persons ball.  She got so mad at us becasue my dog was playing chase and wouldnt give it back.  It just seems to me that if people bring a toy to a public dog park, than they take the risk of it being stolen by another dog.

    http://i558.photobucket.com/albums/ss28/chingao81375q/null_zps03616f59.jpg


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    Not sure what breed my kittens r pretty interested to no as well 

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