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lydiabrugier
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lydiabrugier

Puppy, from Louisiana

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    1. silkydevil
      silkydevil
      Sorry I didn;t respond sooner. I did not know I had a message :) wow how do you do that? Is there a certain kind of training you have implemented? Ernie just goes balistic when he sees another dog. He was socialized as a pup and until recently had 2 other dogs living with him. I don;t know if it was because he was taken from mom too young and was sooo sick when we fostered him or if it is something I have taught him without meaning to. This is my first aggressive dog and I have owned many rescued dogs including pit bulls and never encountered this problem.
    2. Patch O' Pits
      Patch O' Pits
      I've never dealt with that, but know it is form laying on hard surfaces for long periods of time. Is your pup in a kennel with a cement floor? Does the pup chew soft bedding . Look into a kindra bed or another bed to keep the dog off of the hard surface and also here is a link to something that may help you:
      Standard Length Adjustable DogLeggs
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