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Here is an easy way to add a little challenge and fun to bully sticks

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Our 3mo old puppy Blue (cattle dog lab mix [we think]) has an issue with swallowing bully sticks whole when he gets them down to about 3-4". Today I shoved a bully stick into his nylabone to hold it in and keep him from swallowing it! He loves it and it gives a bit more of a challenge. http://i.imgur.com/77jvVl7.jpg

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House training in winter

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We just got our 8-week old lab cross last week, and are struggling with beginning his house training.

Our biggest problem is that the weather these days is consistently colder than -20C, and he is not having any of it… Which I completely understand. It's freezing out.

We have been taking him out every time he wakes up, after eating, after playing, and every 30 minutes outside of those factors. But he is still having so many accidents inside. I turn my back for one second and boom. He is peeing. Or pooping. I lost count of how many accidents we have had this weekend. We started using treats today to reward him immediately after he pees/poops outside.

I really don't want to use pee pads because I find them to be confusing, but I don't know what to do help him. He won't stay out long enough to pee and poop because it's so cold. He just whines and sits down and shivers. It's so sad.

We are thinking about setting up a pee-area in the garage, and then getting him back to going outside when it warms up. Is this a good idea?

I just don't want to hinder his progress but I am at a complete loss. And I'll be completely honest, I am feeling the puppy blues hard. It's been a very rough week.

Any advice would be very much appreciated. Thanks!!

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My very first pet! Im so damn happy!!! I apologize for the sound in the background its a water pump lol :)

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Teaching little girls how to cartwheel.

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I was taking a nap outside and i just woke up to a stray cat sleeping on my stomach, it’s still sleeping

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Since he was a stray, the shelter put his birthday as the day they got him. I changed it to the day I got him, because why not?! Happy two years with the sweetest dog! 💕

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7-8 month old German/Bullmastif pup is scared of other dogs (aggressive)

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Male pup, German Shepard/Bullmastif mix.

So he was great when he was younger, met several dogs, toddlers, plenty of people in our neighborhood without issue, very playful and non-aggressive, a big bloody baby. Then came the winter, My shifts were crappy, it was cold and I was only taking him for one walk per day, sometimes not as my wife stays at home and was taking care of his walking during the day.

Over the winter, I can't put my finger on when, my wife started telling me that he was becoming aggressive and barking at people and dogs during walks, this was during a particularly bad two week period for me at work and I was letting my wife do most of the walking (mia culpa). I started walking him again more often and from then on it seems, he was more fearful of people, sometimes I could get him to have positive interactions but his go to was low growls and barks until he no longer perceives them as a threat. Dogs… straight up barking, raised hackles and the whole bit.

Usually as I sit there in those situations, comfortably able to control him but not sure what else to do, I typically wave owners to pass me, wait as they do so and then move on with the walk. In the moment I usually tell him "no", give a few corrective tugs to no avail and try not to "comfort" him as from my understanding that would only serve to encourage the behavior. As a result of this behavior for now I've been avoiding walking him during high traffic times so we can have productive walks and generally let him go nuts off leash later at night after work when no one is around in secluded areas.

So my questions are, what the hell could be happening/happened for him to get this way in the span of a few weeks? and in the moment of a confrontation with a dog, what should I be doing?

Final point, we were waiting to get him fixed later on as we believed he would be a large bread and were told that it was better for his health to wait until he was fully grown at 12 months+ unless he was being aggressive……….. at this point we're thinking we'll have to do it ASAP and will probably have to muzzle him for the vet appointment. Good call?

Sidenote, we fully plan to follow up with formal training after he's fixed and hopefully a bit less aggressive.

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Is being so snuggly just a phase?

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It’s been a week since I brought home my puppy (3 month old Great Dane/Shepherd mix) and she is just the sweetest, laziest little thing ever. For now, I am just enjoying holding her and snuggling her in my lap while I still can because I know she is going to get huge here pretty quickly. But will she always be this cuddly? Or do puppies tend to grow out of this? I’ve tried to google this but haven’t really found any answers on the topic.

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Growing Pup

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My sweet boy turned 20 weeks old this last Friday! He's seemed a little more tired lately, and I'm wondering if this means he's growing. I know his adult canines are coming in (I can see them starting to poke through the gums, poor baby!) But it's hard to know if the rest of him is growing too. He's eating normally and pooping normally, chewing like a fiend (on appropriate stuff), so I feel good that he's not sick.

When did your pup get to full size? What did they behave and act like during this time?

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8.5 month old pup suddenly pooping inside

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My partner and I have an 8.5 month old male corgi who is neutered. I thought we did pretty well with potty training – the only time he has accidents is when he excite-pees if someone comes over. We always take him on 25-30 minute walks in the morning, between meals, and at night before bed. He has free roam in our entire apartment at all times.

Yesterday morning, we woke up to a pile of poop on the floor. We figured it was because he didn’t poop on his walk the night before. This morning, we woke up to another pile of poop on the floor! He pooped on all of his walks yesterday, too.

His stools seem normal and his behavior (aside from pooping inside?) hasn’t changed. We haven’t had any lifestyle changes that I can think of either. What could be causing this? Should I take him to the vet and/or get a fecal test?

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