Behavior & Training
My, dog has been constantly licking me. I know she does it because it's a habit she made before we got her. She also has a habit of sucking a teddy bear toy to death each night about an hour before bed. How do I break her of these habits? It's im… more ›
Tags: piggie, english bulldog
my life would be so much easier if my 6 yr old female ch/mix and rebelde 5 yr old female maltese mix would not fight. muffin will growl and bark,nose,stand on rebelde back until rebelde will get will get tired of muffin and that is when thy start … more ›
Tags: girls fight
I want to get another dog, but piggie and remy need to be trained first. Can anyone give me some training ideas? There aren't any training schools near me, I have to train them at home.
Tags: piggie, english bulldog, remy, Bichon Frize
My husband has been deployed and my dogs have gotten more and more protective the longer he's been gone. I can't get them to let people in the house, and the downside of that is that they end up having to be penned in the garage or in one of the bed… more ›
Tags: german shepherd dog, chow chow, labrador retriever, aggressive behavior, training, dog psychology
Shorty is starting to feel better now but there is a new problem that has emerged with his new found health. Shorty has been picking on Teddy and being really mean to her plus now when I pet him if I stop petting him or pay no attention to him at all… more ›
Tags: teddy rescue, shorty, care & safety, health & wellness, behavior & training, adoption & rescue
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Answer by Debra B.
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Answer by Ches21
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Answer by Anonymous
A: Lipomas (fatty tumors) are typically benign. Lots of vets don't see the need to remove them unless they get really big or are in an area tha… more ›