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Rescue, Adoption & Happy Endings > Sibling Rivalry- Mouthing

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Barked: Sun May 22, '05 8:40am PST 
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Behavior & Training > Sibling rivalry- mouthing

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Barked: Fri May 20, '05 8:33pm PST 
We got CoCo at the local shelter about a month ago. He is a great dog and we all love him very much. The only problem is that he gets jealous of our two year old son and mouths at him. How do we stop this? We are a little worried that he is going to bite our son one of these days, also we are planning on having more children in the future and want to take care of this before we bring an infant into the picture. We dont want to get rid of him. Any suggestions?
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Rescue, Adoption & Happy Endings > Sibling Rivalry- Mouthing


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Barked: Fri May 20, '05 8:26pm PST 
We got CoCo at the local shelter about a month ago. He is a great dog and we all love him very much. The only problem is that he gets jealous of our two year old son and mouths at him. How do we stop this? We are a little worried that he is going to bite our son one of these days, also we are planning on having more children in the future and want to take care of this before we bring an infant into the picture. We dont want to get rid of him. Any suggestions?
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Dog Health > Sebohrrea? Need help!


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Barked: Fri Apr 29, '05 6:21pm PST 
CoCo has something simlat to what you are discribing. His was caused by ticks that he had in the shelter where we adopted him. After using Frontline Plus and giving him a GOOD bath it seems to be getting better.
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Dog Health > Any Ideas on how to breed????


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Barked: Fri Apr 29, '05 6:18pm PST 
My parents have 2 very pretty Border Collies and have been wanting to breed them. The female refuses the male. During her first heat she was "raped" by a neighborhood dog that got into the yard, could that be the reason she wont breed now? She is 8 years old is she now to old????
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Food & Nutrition > How much to feed...

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Barked: Fri Apr 29, '05 6:10pm PST 
My parents have owned Border Collies for years. Even though they are very active they tend to gain weight, especially as they get older. The vet has the two they currently own on a major diet and it doesnt seem to be doing anything! I guess its the breed.
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Food & Nutrition > How much to feed...


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Barked: Fri Apr 29, '05 7:33am PST 
Here is the chart that we were given! HTH!!!
all measurements are cups:

toy (up to 10 lbs) 1/3 to 1 1/4 dry food

small (10-25lbs) 1 1/4 to 2 1/3 dry or 3/4 to 1 2/3 canned

medium (25-50lbs) 2 1/3 to 4 dry or 1 2/3 to 3 3/4 canned

Large (50-75lbs) 4 to 51/3 dry or 2 3/4 to 3 3/4 canned

mixing dry with canned : replace 1 1/2 cups dry food for each can of canned food.
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Food & Nutrition > How often to feed


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Barked: Thu Apr 28, '05 9:32pm PST 
Ewwww! Okay! I will do that! Thanks.
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Food & Nutrition > How often to feed


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Barked: Thu Apr 28, '05 8:25am PST 
The vet said to watch him when he "goes" and if we dont see anything he should be ok, and so far nothing. He was a stray so I have no idea how often he was able to get a meal. Poor guy!
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Food & Nutrition > How often to feed

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Barked: Wed Apr 27, '05 10:22pm PST 
We just adopted CoCo a few weeks ago. He is a small dog (18 pounds). He just got his appitite back after dealing with kennel cough and seems to want to constantly eat. I know that it says that I should feed him 1 - 2 1/4 cups of food a day, but should I limit his food right now?
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