How does your doodle wag their tail? We have 3 doodles and they all have a different style. Zeke's tail curls up over his back and when he wags it is in very small wiggles back and forth. Also his whole back end wiggles back and forth. Lily wags
My mini LD is 7 months old. Whenever we return home he gets so excited he jumps and pee's often on your shoes. We let him out of crate and run him outside and he still has this problem. This happens almost every time. Any suggestions are welcome
Darwin has a weird habit of biting or chewing on his back paws a couple of times a day. I don't think he used to do this, it seems to have started in the last few months. I wouldn't worry too much, except it causes the hair in his paws to matt pretty
Jordan will not go potty in tall grass.This happens every year because in the Pac NW it rains a lot and our grass grows like crazy. If the grass is more than 6 inches she will not pee. She will find a moss patch or some shorter grass area and go ther
Gus has started taking the same throw pillow off the couch, lays it on the floor, fluffs it with his paws, lies down, puts his head on it and lets out a huge sigh. Off to sleep he goes. I would love to get a picture but where I go he follows.
Bite his tongue while chewing on a bone and then cry?? It took us a few days to figure out why he would suddenly yelp when chewing his bone, but we are pretty sure that he sometimes bites his tongue just like we humans do. Just found it strange! =)
Cimmy is one year old and I just can't figure out what to do. She is sooo good around people. She sits and waits until they come over to pat her or walk by, but other dogs ... way different story. Example - I took her to the park today while my husba
Noah and Sherlock LOVE rolling on dead worms. Sherlock is a very clean dog, minus this disgusting habit. Noah loves to get dirty, so I'm not surprised he does this. They both search through the grass trying to find an almost dead worm or slug. Th
Darwin does this funny thing where sometimes, when he is sniffing something, or looking at a bird or person, he will freeze, lift and fold his paw, and his tail will go straight out. Just like a pointing breed. It surprised me when he first started d
When I walk my female dog she marks over poo and other smells she finds along the way. She has also begun lifting one of her back legs when she pees! Do any other female dogs do this?! I wonder if she learned this from watching male dogs???