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  1. Thread: Walking issues

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    Re: Walking issues

    If Buster feels any resistance on his harness at all, no matter how slight, he stops! I relax the tension on the lead then he will maybe walk, maybe being the key word here! Luckily there is rarely...
  2. Thread: Walking issues

    by 1Chumly
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    Re: Walking issues

    I have one that looks very similar to that for Buster. I always use a harness on him when going for walks though. My problem is the opposite of yours. Buster plants his feet and won't go, just...
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    Re: A seizure of some sort?

    Well, Buster had another episode today but we are almost positive what it is. Anal glands! This time he started spinning on his butt and fly-biting so that was the giveaway. I took him to the vet...
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    Re: A seizure of some sort?

    Thank you. I think this explains it! Yes, it certainly wasn't what we usually call the "mad half-hour" AKA Zoomies. It's a catch-all phrase for us, not that it lasts anywhere near that long plus it...
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    Re: We lost precious Sophie June 12, 2020

    What a beautiful girl. I am so very sorry for your loss.

    You would know if Meaty is grieving. Our dachshund grieved for both Chumly and Monty. More so with Chumly as he grew up with him. He...
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    Re: Hello from Lollipop!

    She is just lovely! Will she be "Lolly" for short"?
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    Re: FDA has some explaining to do!!!

    And why I paid no attention to the original report at all!
  8. Thread: 38 dogs die...

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    Re: 200 Frenchie dies. 500/dogs....

    It is usually the only way carriers will transport pets for International flights BUT, they are usually in a specialized compartment in the hold that is pressurized and climate-controlled.

    This...
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    Re: A seizure of some sort?

    He seems perfectly fine today. The more I think about it, the more I think it was a bit of a perfect storm! He rubs the base of his spine/top of his tail on the coffee table and that does set him...
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    A seizure of some sort?

    Something weird just happened with Buster. I didn't see exactly how it started but the first thing I did see was him coming toward me, dry-humping, penis exposed. Then he started spinning and...
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    Re: The beat dog float we have found yet!

    She's not spoilt! That is great!
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    Re: Anyone use gras green treats?

    We tried something similar and it didn't work. We had more luck following with a watering can to dilute. That presents another problem though, MUD! Both of our dogs liked to do a lot of scratching...
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    Re: Head Tremor experience

    Buster had one two days after we got him. I immediately gave him a small amount of peanut butter and it stopped. It didn't even last a minute and he hasn't had another. I put it down to stress from...
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    Re: Greetings and Salutations

    Welcome! Looking forward to seeing more pics too.
  15. Chubby!!! So pleased Chubby won but Castor is a...

    Chubby!!! So pleased Chubby won but Castor is a winner too. So handsome.
  16. Thread: Bruce update

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    Re: Bruce update

    Great pictures!
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    I think every parent can relate!

    https://www.gif-vif.com/gifs/Thats-enough-dude
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    Re: My dogs eat poop

    Oh wow. I haven't heard of them eating others poo. My dogs usually wrinkle their nose after a quick sniff, then tiptoe around it. I would do my best to keep them away.
  19. Thread: Hysterical!!

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    Re: Hysterical!!

    :lol::lol::lol:
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    Re: At A Loss... What Should I Feed Her?

    Another question or two. You say you have tried many foods, how often have you switched? Did you transition slowly? I know how frustrating finding the right food can be, been there!
  21. Re: ~ENTER HERE~ May 2020 Bulldog of the Month "MY FAVORITE PICTURE"

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    This makes me laugh and cry at the same time every time I see this. You can't see much of him but it's the late, great Monty!
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    Re: At A Loss... What Should I Feed Her?

    You must bike really, really slow!!!! Watch for overheating now that summer is coming, it can happen very quickly.
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    Re: At A Loss... What Should I Feed Her?

    Have to ask. Do you run your dog alongside a bike?
  24. Thread: Tear soreness

    by 1Chumly
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    Re: Tear soreness

    Monty would get that occasionally, usually scratching because it was itchy. I too would clean really well, then use Desitin. Make sure not to get it in the eyes.
    Just saw you are in the UK so don't...
  25. Thread: Meet Sumo!

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    Re: Meet Sumo!

    I love the name! He is a beautiful boy.
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