HELP!!! I have a 5 month old Bichon Maltese, since the day we got her she has had access to the whole apartment and was good about going to the loo on her toilet mat but now she goes anywhere she likes, she has a few fav places around the flat and is ignoring the mat. I try to reward her when she goes in the right places and guide her when its wrong but she just ignores me because she knows I'm a big softy when I say "no" she barks back. Please help any info would be great!Tiggy
I suspect people will think this is a bit daft and a bit odd: I have a really poorly pooch and I recently saw something about reiki for animals. I don't know what else to do to relieve her suffering and this sounded really interesting. Anybody know anyone who could help me?
2Ds' Pet shop will move from 613 Bukit Timah Road to 733 Bukit Timah Road, #02-21 2nd Ave Junction, Singapore 269748. (From 10 December 06) See under Pet Shops & Groomers for full details This is just further up Bukit Timah Rd, the block before the Mobil petrol station. (Where the photo developer is too)Jo
FYI, The Singapore Kennel Club has a "Pet Assisted Therapy program - Dogs for Love" or PAT for short. PAT refers to a pet owner taking his/her pet to visit people/children in some sort of institutional setting with the objective of assisting in healing either physically or mentally, it simply means the sharing of the unconditional acceptance and empathy of our dogs. If you have the odd Sunday afternoon free and would like to join, contact the SKC at http://www.skc.org.sg/Services.htm , email@example.com or 6469 4821 Ludo
Two beautiful Chocolate Labradors very gentle and great with kids. Imported from top Australian breeder with all papers and vaccinations. Free to loving home with garden that can take both sisters together. Alaine 97373427 Please phone number above and do not email as I (poster of this message) am not the one with the dogs. Just conveying a message. Ludo
I walk my dogs around the race course or the cemetery every day and they get very dirty. Especially when it has been raining as they love to jump in the muddy drains. So I always rinse them off when I get back but they do get shampooed about twice a week (sometimes more). A friend has just told me that this is not good for them... Is that true? Caroline