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Dogs and a Clean Home > Question about lawns



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02/23/2012
 
 
Barked: Sat Mar 17, '12 7:27am PST 
I have 2 females that burn my lawn with their urine. I have tried several of the products that say they prevent the burning of the grass, but I havent actually found one that works. I am tired of having to re-seed etc. every year. Does anyone know of a product that really works to prevent this?
I sure would appreciate any suggestions
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Behavior & Training > Advice needed


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02/23/2012
 
 
Barked: Thu Feb 23, '12 7:33am PST 
No, neither one is neutered :/ And the reason I say, not so good owners is, the dogs are left out side without water, and sometimes for hours in the cold. They never walk them, and they both work, so the dogs are locked in the house most of the day. Their good people, just not good owners in my opinion. I just see a probem coming on with these 2 dogs frown. They had another dog, some time back, again 2 males, not fixed, and the dogs attacked each other causing one to be taken to the vet for stitches. Its just sad to have to watch sometimes
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Behavior & Training > Advice needed



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02/23/2012
 
 
Barked: Thu Feb 23, '12 7:05am PST 
Our neighbors have 2 Bull Mastiff males. One is about 3yo, the other approx 6mo. Lately I have noticed when they put the dogs out, the older male is constantly follwoing the pup around, he constantly tries to hump him, and he pants continuously. These owners are not the best owners, and obviously havent noticed this problem. But it has been going on for about a week now, and it is unusal behaviour for them. I was thinking the older male might be stressed out, but this has just started and the pup has been there at least 3 mo. Any ideas what could be causing this? I would appreciate any advice you could give. Thank you
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