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Grooming > Removing pine sap from fur?
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Barked: Thu Jul 29, '10 12:10pm PST 
Can you try freezing it with an ice cube? I was thinking the old "how to get bubble gum out" trick.
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Dog Health > Boston Terrier Puppy has Pimples?
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Barked: Thu Jul 15, '10 9:50am PST 
Dogs can have acne, especially if their skin/fur tends to be on the oily side. Blackheads are most common on the chin from there food bowls, but on the stomach could be them too. I would just wash her well and leave them alone... if they go away you will have your answer. If they start to get really red and inflamed I would bet they are a bite of some type. Time will tell, but at least you know dogs can be like people with zit issues smile
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Pug > Barking

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Barked: Thu Jul 1, '10 7:02pm PST 
You mean that muffled sound coming out of her mouth? smile How about when you pick them up when someone comes to the door and they sound like a dying cat??? That's what I have!
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Pug > My Pug Never Stops Eating

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Barked: Thu Jul 1, '10 7:01pm PST 
Mine is always look for "snacks" (ie. crumbs, grass clumps, toilet paper, sticks, kibble!). big grin She's a crazy sassy girl.
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Pug > Expecting a little brother..

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Barked: Thu Jul 1, '10 6:59pm PST 
Get the food and treat thing worked out quickly. Introduce them both outside in a neutral zone in the neighborhood, then take them on a walk together. My pug had to adjust to living with 2 big dogs... she loved one of them immediately and hated the other. It took her a few months to love the other one, but overall she adjusted immediately. If I would have known about the neutral zone and walking together thing before I would have tried it and see how it went. Least you will have 2 small dogs... easier to handle if they get into tiffs! Congrats on the pup! snoopy
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Pug > Pug a Bully Breed?
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Barked: Thu Jul 1, '10 6:56pm PST 
No way!!! Pugs are lovers not fighters. She must be thinking they are related to bull dogs? My pug likes to put on a mean face for bicycles, skate boards, scooters, and anything else with wheels, but she sure runs the other way when a big noise is made! Plus she is not confrontational at all with other dogs... she could care less about them cheer
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Dog Health > suggestion for fish oil

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Barked: Fri Jun 4, '10 7:53am PST 
You can also try Coconut Oil. Add it to the food or let him lick it off the spoon.
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Dog Health > Ringworm?

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Barked: Sat May 22, '10 10:05am PST 
I would say within 48hours of her being on meds to clear up the infection you can start cleaning everything. Wash everything in hot water, sweep & vacuum your house well, take the sweepings and vacuum bag outside to the trash can, even scrub the floors. As for the bathing.... scrub scrub scrub or take him to a groomer where they can keep him tied up while bathing.
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Dog Health > Spaying while in heat??

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Barked: Sat May 22, '10 10:00am PST 
A definite No no! When dogs become in heat their abdomen swells up. It is best to wait a month after her heat cycle is complete before spaying. If you don't it can cause more complications during surgery and make the recovery more painful for the dog.
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Behavior & Training > Puppy Training-Dominince problems
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Barked: Mon Mar 22, '10 9:29am PST 
Check out www.cesarsway.com. This is the Dog Whisperer's website. He offers great tips on how to stop behaviors before they start. good luck!
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