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  1. Dogs wagging their tails in their sleep

    General Dog Discussion
    My last dog used to wag his tail in his sleep regularly. I just noticed my current dog doing so this morning. Anyone else have dogs who wag their tails while they sleep?
  2. I bought my puppy at Petland

    New Additions
    Hi, I'm new here and I bought my puppy 3 weeks ago from Petland. First I need to say that when my fiancé and I started looking for a dog, we really wanted to do the right thing and adopt from a rescue or shelter. We applied for dogs at 3 different rescues and received 2 rejections and a...
  3. Guess the breed/s

    Dog Breeds
    So, I thought that it could be fun to create a “guess the breed/s” thread. Basically a thread where you post pictures of dogs (which you know the breed/s of) and then let other people guess the breed or breeds, like a game. Doesn’t matter if it’s a purebred or a mixed breed but you have to know...
  4. Dry Crumbly Poop?

    Dog Food
    Both my dogs eat taste of the wild and do well on it. they have always had normal good poop and no health issues on it (skin allergies, tummy upsets, etc.) but recently Lexi started having dry crumbly poop. shes not straining and still going normaly. but: 1- nothing in their diet has changed...
  5. Emergency - My dog killed a cat. What to do?

    Dog Training and Behavior
    I'm sorry this might be kind of long, but I want to get all the info out there. My family has a sweet, loving, obedient 5-year-old pittie named Boomer. He has always been gentle and just overall a wonderful dog for us. He is healthy and fun loving - I just can't tell you how much we love him...
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