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Old 05-29-2012, 12:14 PM
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BTW, in the long run, she'll probably be in charge. I find the females usually are!
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Old 05-31-2012, 09:47 AM
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Just a little update on Noodles - she weighed in at 3lbs 10oz which is a whole pound up from last week The vet put her on Baytril for her possible UTI and next week she's going in for another check up and getting another puppy shot. He didn't want to give that to her today because he doesn't want to stress her out if she's fighting any other infections. She's still a happy, crazy little girl!
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Just a little update on Noodles - she weighed in at 3lbs 10oz which is a whole pound up from last week The vet put her on Baytril for her possible UTI and next week she's going in for another check up and getting another puppy shot. He didn't want to give that to her today because he doesn't want to stress her out if she's fighting any other infections. She's still a happy, crazy little girl!

Awesome! Thanks for the update. Your vet is good not to vaccinate when he's not sure the puppy is 100%

She must be such a cutie!
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These are very helpful with the biting and house training.
Make sure and give plain in-sweetened yogurt with the meals about a tablespoon will do. The antibiotics will take the good bacteria out of the stomach and cause yeast problems the yogurt will put the good bacteria back.
Also make sure you are feeding a healthy food. You want the immune system to get stronger and good food will help do this.
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this is normal 4 a puppy just when she tries to nip fermly say NO then get your 2 fingers and jently take them and put them on the top of her nose then buy her a chewing toy she might be nipping because of teething.
then the peeing when she pees or poos quickly grab her while shes squating then place her out in the back garden and say go wee wees out side or your command to go out side to the toilet.And any way most dogs dont fully learn to go out side untill there 6 months old
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this is normal 4 a puppy just when she tries to nip fermly say NO then get your 2 fingers and jently take them and put them on the top of her nose then buy her a chewing toy she might be nipping because of teething.
then the peeing when she pees or poos quickly grab her while shes squating then place her out in the back garden and say go wee wees out side or your command to go out side to the toilet.And any way most dogs dont fully learn to go out side untill there 6 months old

Oh dear!!!
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well im sure if you to create trust and friend ship between each other you will finaly sucseed with your problems remember it takes time when it comes to trainingbest wishes
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