Will my dogs obsessive behavior go away?
gave him a feed store vaccine today and now he wont stop spinning and chasing his tail. He acts wired and wont stop.
by stardom143 4 years ago
Why does my dog chew off my other dogs fur? How can I get him to stop?we rescued a toy poodle mix ( not sure of the mix part so I call him a poothing) Teddy. Teddy like to pluck my other toy poodle's (Einsien) fur off. I cut Einstien's hair short but Teddy continues to eat Einstien's hair off....
by Nena Kitcens 9 years ago
What to do about dogs agressive obsessive behavior guarding my personal belongings and biting 13 yr Malti-poo is obsessive with guarding our shoes, purse, husbands pants or shoes, etc. When we pack a bag with his food, toy, etc and someone keeps him for us, he...
by mega1 11 years ago
once again, I encourage others who may or may not suffer from obsessive addictive behavior including the urge to dither on and the inability to avoid meaningless discussion - even when it means that one is unable to get the laundry done in a timely way. Laundry! ahh! now that's a topic...
by Myn Is Me 9 years ago
Why does spinning round and round quickly make one giddy?
by mrpopo 4 years ago
My dog tries to urinate several times during a walk; why and how do I stop this habit?My dog (a yellow lab) has an odd habit of urinating several times during a walk. After her first relief, she tries peeing but only droplets come out.What gives? She keeps trying to pee on an empty tank. I'm...
by Brandon Lobo 9 years ago
How do you get your dog to stop barking for no reason at all?It's not my dog but my neighbors dog that just keeps barking all night. Too sad there's no law here that owners have to keep them quiet!
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