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How do i know if my dog is pregnant

How do i know if my dog is pregnant

How do i know if my dog is pregnant or not. I just bought my dog in March. I love her very much. I want to have a baby. She has the right type of breed for a puppy. She has the small kind of body with the small head. i have seen that this breed is good for a puppy. She can have the baby. Is she pregnant. How can i know?

My dogs are getting older. He is 17 and she is 18 now. He seems to be fine in every way but lately she is very tired and wants to sleep in the same spot all the time. She acts happy when she sees me but when i try to play with her she becomes aggressive. How do i know if she is ok or not.

I adopted a rescue dog named Chloe on Christmas. She is such a cute little dog. she likes to hide. If i just sit there she will come to me and snuggle with me. But then she starts to do a little tippy toe and get up and I get her up to play with me. But every time i do this she looks at me like "why are you doing this to me?" and when I get up she will sit and cry to me to come back. I'm scared something is wrong with her. She is a 4yr old.

How can you tell if your dog is old? How old should she be? I can't really tell. she seems to be around four, but I could be off by a few years.

Does she seem aggressive toward other animals? Is she just really stressed out?

I have a chihuahua and they are so cute and small. When I give them water it comes right out of their nose.

My dog is 10 weeks old. He is the runt in my litter and when I got him from the breeder he was blind and so skinny. I think he is going to be a normal sized dog now. He is a long hred husky. We do a lot of running and playing. He doesn't seem aggressive towards other animals or humans but I think he is just having a lot of energy.

Does he know that you are giving him water from your finger? And that's how he gets a lot of the water. (Not all dogs drink by licking, some drink by licking their paw and feeling the water and transferring it to their tongue.) It seems to be ok for you.

I am sorry about the loss of your son and the heart wrenching circumstances that caused it. I do hope that you are able to heal with God's strength, wisdom, and comfort in the days and weeks to come.

How can you tell if your dog is old? How old should she be? I can't really tell. she seems to be around four, but I could be off by a few years.

Does she seem aggressive toward other animals? Is she just really stressed out?

I have a chihuahua and they are so cute and small. When I give them water it comes right out of their nose.

My dog is 10 weeks old. He is the runt in my litter and when I got him from the breeder he was blind and so skinny. I think he is going to be a normal sized dog now. He is a long hred husky. We do have a large pool that is just for my dog. I got him to swim. We play fetch and he is great at it. I think he will have an easy life and I do not know of any problems with him.

When you put your hand into the water and feel it then it has definitely gotten the water in the tip of your finger. It will warm up as well.

We do water rescue and we have many dogs. We were at a high school swimming pool filling their tubs for them. One of the dogs was a miniature American pit bull that was very friendly and friendly to us. We went to touch her and we could feel the water and then when we did we got it in our finger. She also plays fetch.

My boys, Max and Charlie, have been my constant companions through the years. I know where they are when I come home and I know when they are gone because I don't know what to do with myself. We go hiking, swimming, surfing, walking and exploring together, but I especially like just being with them at the end of the day. In the summer we go boating and in the winter they share a log cabin at the family property, where I can just relax with them. I know we have so many more years ahead of us, so I am really just grateful for every day.

# The Dog's Mind

I am going to teach you some basic Dogspeak that the breed standard will accept.

# Your Dog's Basic Dogspeak:

* 1. Come.

* 2. Sit.

* 3. Heel.

* 4. Up.

* 5. Down.

* 6. Stay.

* 7. Playful.

* 8. Alert.

* 9. Come-on.

* 10. Sit-down.

* 11. You have to go somewhere, now.

* 12. No!

* 13. That is mine.

* 14. No.

* 15. You're right.

* 16. No, I can't do that.

* 17. Yes, I can.

* 18. Let's go.

* 19. What's the problem