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    I use a retractable leash when walking in less...

    I use a retractable leash when walking in less populated areas where there are less people and cars. However, it's not practical when we explore the backwoods.
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    it is also our guilt that pushes us to tolerate...

    it is also our guilt that pushes us to tolerate our dog's bad habits.....
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    Dog Arthritis Challenge

    Hey guys!

    My Jamby is going to join the Dog Arthritis Challenge. She's been showing some signs of arthritis lately and this will be a good way to look for alternative avenues of treatment rather...
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    Most dog owners will tell you that 5 minutes for...

    Most dog owners will tell you that 5 minutes for every month of age. So if she's turning 4 months old that would be a 20-minute walk. However, try to build up to that amount of time slowly each day....
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    Definitely adorable!

    Definitely adorable!
  6. Thread: Tank the Beagle

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    Super lovable dog you have there!

    Super lovable dog you have there!
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    I agree. I had this experience when another...

    I agree. I had this experience when another beagle arrived to join the family and there a few days of tension within the dog members. However, I think they finally made their peace with each other...
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    Puppy pulls while walking

    Any tips for puppies that pulls fast when walking?

    We're like going on a "push-and-pull" situation when we go on walks and it makes me not so excited to embark on our daily walks.
  9. Thread: Allergy Tests

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    Better prepared than be sorry. I had a dog which...

    Better prepared than be sorry. I had a dog which had allergies to certain food, and it was good I was able to bring it to my vet's attention so I was able to have medications for it at the early...
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    This sounds good. I might try this one when the...

    This sounds good. I might try this one when the time comes. Thanks
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    I'm still contemplating on having my Jamby...

    I'm still contemplating on having my Jamby spayed. I guess it would be for the better. I don't want her to have to go through the experience of a false pregnancy. I gathered that there is a higher...
  12. try a topical anti-flea that you just apply on...

    try a topical anti-flea that you just apply on its neck. I used that for my puppy and I really had no problems with fleas
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    Beagle Smell

    I'm wondering whether your Beagle smells like mine.;);)

    I mean, I have other dogs but my beagle smells different, it's not offensive just distinct.

    My friend says her Beagle smells like...
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    You know what, I think anal sac expression is an...

    You know what, I think anal sac expression is an art and I am no artist....can't figure how to do it and you bet i've tried so many times. just pay the groomer to do it now. less stress for me and my...
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    I read that stool eating in dogs is also an...

    I read that stool eating in dogs is also an acquired habit since mama dogs eat the stools of their puppies during the first few weeks after whelping.
  16. Thread: Beagle and Cat

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    lol i think your cat's showing off...

    lol i think your cat's showing off...
  17. Thread: Dirty Ears

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    i hope he ain't shaking his head or he might end...

    i hope he ain't shaking his head or he might end up with aural hematoma...
  18. Thread: Meat Bones

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    yeah I totally agree with you there, I also give...

    yeah I totally agree with you there, I also give my dogs some bones but only those non-sharp ones that they cannot swallow whole
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    thanks for the input! I am thinking of coming up...

    thanks for the input! I am thinking of coming up with a yearly rotational worming program for my pets. I guess it's much easier and safer that way.
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    I also got a Miniature Pinscher who howls when...

    I also got a Miniature Pinscher who howls when her ears bothers her and she scratches it on the floor. But this does not happen often, i think it's just a fly or an ant that got lost =D
  21. Thread: Epsom Salts

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    I make a warm compress using epsom salt and...

    I make a warm compress using epsom salt and water--great for inflammation and swelling--soothing!
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    False Pregnancy Blues

    Our Jamby had gone through false pregnancy last year and it was pure torture for her and for us too. She was miserable the entire time and was slow to accept the fact that there were no puppies...
  23. Thread: Ear Clots

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    beagles flap their ears because of the presence...

    beagles flap their ears because of the presence of mites or there might be the start of an infection in ear. Tick bites or mosquito bites can also cause a beagle to flap its ears. Whatever may be the...
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    I've tried diatomaceous earth that I got from our...

    I've tried diatomaceous earth that I got from our local garden shop. Just mix 1 tsp in your dog's food. don't use the DE used for pool filters though. So far, I haven't had any worm problems with my...
  25. Thread: Anal Sac Issues

    by BigBys
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    the first few times are always the most...

    the first few times are always the most "complex"....but once you've done it successfully it just like another routine "job" =)

    you can also get the groomer to do it for you. much cheaper that way.
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