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Behavior & Training > aggressive?
Elsie Mae- Ray

Cherry Angel and- Elsie NUN- furever pals
 
 
Barked: Tue Aug 4, '09 5:37pm PST 
I can say that nobody has ever pet her while holding an umbrella.

So its like a desensitizing thing? i can work with that. wink

Thanks!
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Behavior & Training > aggressive?
Elsie Mae- Ray

Cherry Angel and- Elsie NUN- furever pals
 
 
Barked: Tue Aug 4, '09 4:54pm PST 
our 11 yr old mix has always been very people friendly.

I was walking her last week when the neighbors came out to say hi.

The grandma had an umbrella in her hand and leaned forward to pet elsie and elsie growled and pulled forward a bit. She didn't snap or bite but it really really caught me by surprise.

When she put the umbrella down elsie allowed her to pet her albeit hesitantly.

Would this be considered aggressive? Is it something we can address?
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Plus Power of the Paw > Barley four months old and only 3lbs, TWO surgeries!

Elsie Mae- Ray

Cherry Angel and- Elsie NUN- furever pals
 
 
Barked: Fri Mar 27, '09 7:48pm PST 
omg i love him. how is he?
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Behavior & Training > Loose dogs! How do you cope?

Elsie Mae- Ray

Cherry Angel and- Elsie NUN- furever pals
 
 
Barked: Fri Mar 13, '09 6:58pm PST 
Ugh so sorry this happened and I feel your pain!!!

Last night it happened for the first time ever. Out of nowhere as we are running I looked back...don't recall why...but there was a dog running up to us very quickly. Luckily I was able to keep Elsie's face away from the dog (elsie is not a fan of growling dogs...she has the tendency to wanna scrap) so it of course starts trying to nip at her behind! So I have one dog who is starting a fight and another itching to finish the fight whose mommy (me) wont let them.

The owner was taking her sweet time to stroll on over. I felt bad for doing this but I initially pushed the dog away with my foot and faced it with my arm out and told it very loudly and very sternly to LEAVE NOW.

The dog sort of slinked away after that. I felt bad for yelling at it cause really its the owners fault.

Cant wait to hear ideas on how to deal with this. Maybe I wont be walking the pack anymore. I have no idea what I would have done with my 4.
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Dog Health > Such thing as to much water?

Elsie Mae- Ray

Cherry Angel and- Elsie NUN- furever pals
 
 
Barked: Thu Mar 5, '09 6:12pm PST 
awesome thanks!!
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Dog Health > Such thing as to much water?
Elsie Mae- Ray

Cherry Angel and- Elsie NUN- furever pals
 
 
Barked: Wed Mar 4, '09 8:43pm PST 
Figures you would be my angel with the answers!!! Miss ya and I need to be around more to chit chat!!

Catch up soon and thanks!!
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Dog Health > Such thing as to much water?

Elsie Mae- Ray

Cherry Angel and- Elsie NUN- furever pals
 
 
Barked: Wed Mar 4, '09 8:13pm PST 
Two of our dogs have bladder crystals and we were told to encourage them to drink more water.

Is there a such things as to much water? I knwo this happens in humans and want to make sur eI dont overdo it.

They have free water all day and then I also give them an extra bowl at night with a bit of low sodium chiken broth.
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Dog Health > colitis

Elsie Mae- Ray

Cherry Angel and- Elsie NUN- furever pals
 
 
Barked: Mon Mar 2, '09 8:31pm PST 
Our issues with colittis all stemmed with food allergies. As long as she avoids the food she is allergic to there are no outbreaks or meds to take.
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Dog Health > Bladder crystals in two of our dogs

Elsie Mae- Ray

Cherry Angel and- Elsie NUN- furever pals
 
 
Barked: Sat Feb 28, '09 6:44pm PST 
Thanks!

I am just at my wits end trying to figure out how and why two dogs in our family have the same bizarre issue. My vet says he has never seen a ph so high and in two dogs from one household. UGH
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Dog Health > Bladder crystals in two of our dogs
Elsie Mae- Ray

Cherry Angel and- Elsie NUN- furever pals
 
 
Barked: Fri Feb 27, '09 10:20am PST 
They usually drink from the tap which is filtered or bottled zephyrhills.

They actually dont show any bacteria in their urine at all. Just alot of crystals and alkaline urines. So bizarre!!
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