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Sports & Agility > 1st agility class!
River Dancer

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Barked: Mon Jan 13, '14 5:41pm PST 
Sounds like you and Murphy had a lot of fun!
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Dog Health > So.....How cold is it where you are?
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Barked: Fri Jan 3, '14 7:08am PST 
11 degrees f here and about 6 inches of snow. Cold but River still wanted to play ball in the snow.
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Australian Shepherd > Largest Aussie?

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Barked: Thu Jan 2, '14 4:46pm PST 
I thought my male was big at 67 lbs and 22 inches. Not a lot of Aussies in my area but the ones I have seen tend to be on the smaller side.
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Australian Shepherd > My 6 mo Aussie- BIG problems with Resource Guarding and Aggression- Need Help & Answers!

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Barked: Sun Dec 8, '13 5:10pm PST 
You really need a behaviorist to help solve your problems.Good luck.
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Dog Health > Weird scabby spot on underside of dog's tail?

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Barked: Sat Dec 7, '13 5:37pm PST 
I can't access the link but it sounds like it could be a hot spot maybe. The vet on Monday would be a good idea. Try to keep the area dry and clean until then.
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Australian Shepherd > Activities for big Aussie
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Barked: Fri Dec 6, '13 5:13pm PST 
My 67 lb. male aussie does agility just for fun and competes in rally. Big isn't so bad as long as she is not overweight. Overweight would not be good for the joints when jumping, weaving, running etc. My male is tall and a lean 67lbs
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Australian Shepherd > housebreaking problems

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Barked: Thu Oct 17, '13 5:08pm PST 
I would also suggest that you make sure you have cleaned the soiled areas really well. Your pup will have a better sense of smell than you do. If he smells even the faintest odor where he previously soiled he may continue to relieve himself there.
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Dog Health > Nail length--how long is too long and the science behind it . . .

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Barked: Sun Sep 22, '13 5:33pm PST 
I thought it was interesting too. We thought the angle would be difficult to cut but it wasn't. We're anxious to see what kind of difference it makes over the next couple of months.
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Dog Health > Nail length--how long is too long and the science behind it . . .

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Barked: Fri Sep 20, '13 4:53pm PST 
There is a youtube video by a vet. I think her name is leslie woodcock. She talks about why it is important to trim a dogs nails short. Sorry I don't know how to post a link but I think if you search her name it should come up.
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Australian Shepherd > Puppy biting chasing
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Barked: Sat Aug 17, '13 4:23pm PST 
When River would nip at my pants whatever we were doing stopped. If we were playing all play stopped. If we were outside he went into the kitchen with the gate up. He quickly learned nipping got him a time out and all fun stopped.
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