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Question by yuon: i have a bad experience with iwannapetpatch.com( a company that sell dog potty “pad”), do you?
I’m a dog owner who try to find a good solution for my poodle to potty indoor whenever i ain’t home, after searching i decided to purchase this product through(( iwannapetpatch.com))——> basically a DIY turf kit. After 4 days of my money has been taken out, I was totally expect my package will be at my doorstep any second, but since I never got a email with any tracking number, I have contacted this company for many times. Phone calls and email to hope they will give me an answer of whats going on. A WEEK or so after these countless contact, this company’s so call “sale manager” reply me and began to give me attitude telling me how busy they are and tell me after this 10ish day, they still didn’t ship out my kit plus start telling me how on the site said they can take up to 20 days to actually ship it out. Since it’s my fault that I miss their policy, I have decide to wait. As of today is the 25th day, I still have not receive anything such as an email(and of course I have tried to contact them again). Bottom line is

My Money + countless times of contact = No nothing

I don’t think I deserve to be treated like this(with my money taken away when they dont have the product in stock plus the horrible attitude) and I wanna see if anyone out there have the same encounter from this company.
“Dany” : Don’t judge me of telling me how I shouldn’t own a dog, just because I said I want to have an indoor potty spot for my dog. Doesn’t mean my dog hardly see the outside world.I believe dog is like people, you shouldn’t limit the amount on how many time or when they can own do their business. Just think of yourself be force by someone to go to the bathroom 10 times per day, that doesn’t mean you can actually “go” every single time when you are in the bathroom. On top of that, I always let them out, the indoor potty just comes in handle during the night or when i went to the store. Since you let you dog outside so much, I guess you let your dog live, sleep and eat outside too and that’s just my opinion.

Best answer:

Answer by victormins
You can file a claim with your credit card company to try and get the charge taken off.

What do you think? Answer below!

Question by Jennifer: Anyone have any experience with a “fear biting” dog?
I adopted a 10 month old hound mix from the shelter 3 months ago. For awhile, she was a perfectly sweet, loving dog. We had absolutely no problems with her. Over the last few weeks, however, she has begun to be very fearful of everything. When people try to pet her, she cowers down as though they’re going to hit her, then she’ll jump and nip at them. If they’re leaning down, which they have to be because she’s a small dog, she’ll almost always go for the face. She’ll nip at your hands if you’re walking around in the yard with her. She just seems so anxious and nervous all the time. If I didnt’ know better, I’d say she was neurotic. I’ve tried correcting the behavior every way I know how (except for hitting or electronic collars, because I do not believe hurting a dog is ever the answer in training or discipline).

Anybody have any experience with similar dogs? And please, no “this is YOUR fault” stuff, because it’s not like I’m sitting by and letting this happen.
It just seems that every time I try to correct her, it only makes her even more nervous, which intensifies the nipping. It’s gotten to the point now where I can’t even let my children play with her, because she nipped my daughter’s cheek last week, and I’m so afraid she’s going to end up really hurting someone.
It’s not just when people lean over. She nipped at the vet during her checkup the other day, and the vet said we “need to watch this behavior”. She’ll also bite at people’s faces when they’re stooping or squatting down to her. She’s not particular about who she nips. She’ll nip anybody who comes close to her, including me, and I’m the one who has the most contact with her.

I noticed that this behavior started after she was spayed, but I don’t know if that has anything to do with it. Since she’s lived with us, no one has struck her or yelled at her or anything like that. My kids are noisy, but that’s not going to change anytime soon. They’re 6 and 9, and noise comes with the territory when you have kids. What scares me the most is the fact that she bit my daughter’s face, and left a bruise. She’s never broken the skin, but I’m afraid it’s only a matter of time unless we can get a handle on this.
Oh, she’s with me at least 10 hours per day. She’s mostly an inside dog, except with she goes out to potty or for a little playtime in the back yard. If I have to go anywhere, she is crated, or she comes with me. I don’t know what the problem is. Could it be hormonal? She doesn’t seem to be in pain. I clean her ears regularly, and for some reason, that doesn’t seem to bother her. She just had a checkup last week, and she had no parasites or anything.

Best answer:

Answer by Spongebob
it is your falt

Give your answer to this question below!

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Question by Rheasie.!(:: Jack Russell Terriers? Any Breeders or Owners with experience?
I own a 3yr. old Jack Russell Terrier (A.K.A Parson Jack Russell Terrier, Parson Russell Terrier).

My dog has been on the same type of food, BENEFUL. He gets enough food and exercise.

But, he had “Hot Spots.” Red spots underneath of his hind legs.
We used a spray “Cool Skin.” That worked.But, they keep comeing back if I forget to put the spray on. It doesn’t seem to bother him much. So we changed his food to a more heathier food recomended by a feed store owner. He has been doing much better. The new food “Halo” is better for him, anyways. This way he gets more nutrients.

I plan on consulting a vet ASAP. But I will not be able to for a few more days.

Any suggestions as to what I can do in the time being to help with the red spots?

Best answer:

Answer by chic
Read the label. Does BENEFUL have corn in it? I believe it does. Corn is a filler and #1 cause of skin problems.

What do you think? Answer below!

Question by yuon: i have a bad experience with iwannapetpatch.com( a company that sell dog potty “pad”), do you?
I’m a dog owner who try to find a good solution for my poodle to potty indoor whenever i ain’t home, after searching i decided to purchase this product through(( iwannapetpatch.com))——> basically a DIY turf kit. After 4 days of my money has been taken out, I was totally expect my package will be at my doorstep any second, but since I never got a email with any tracking number, I have contacted this company for many times. Phone calls and email to hope they will give me an answer of whats going on. A WEEK or so after these countless contact, this company’s so call “sale manager” reply me and began to give me attitude telling me how busy they are and tell me after this 10ish day, they still didn’t ship out my kit plus start telling me how on the site said they can take up to 20 days to actually ship it out. Since it’s my fault that I miss their policy, I have decide to wait. As of today is the 25th day, I still have not receive anything such as an email(and of course I have tried to contact them again). Bottom line is

My Money + countless times of contact = No nothing

I don’t think I deserve to be treated like this(with my money taken away when they dont have the product in stock plus the horrible attitude) and I wanna see if anyone out there have the same encounter from this company.
“Dany” : Don’t judge me of telling me how I shouldn’t own a dog, just because I said I want to have an indoor potty spot for my dog. Doesn’t mean my dog hardly see the outside world.I believe dog is like people, you shouldn’t limit the amount on how many time or when they can own do their business. Just think of yourself be force by someone to go to the bathroom 10 times per day, that doesn’t mean you can actually “go” every single time when you are in the bathroom. On top of that, I always let them out, the indoor potty just comes in handle during the night or when i went to the store. Since you let you dog outside so much, I guess you let your dog live, sleep and eat outside too and that’s just my opinion.

Best answer:

Answer by victormins
You can file a claim with your credit card company to try and get the charge taken off.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

Question by Jennifer: Anyone have any experience with a “fear biting” dog?
I adopted a 10 month old hound mix from the shelter 3 months ago. For awhile, she was a perfectly sweet, loving dog. We had absolutely no problems with her. Over the last few weeks, however, she has begun to be very fearful of everything. When people try to pet her, she cowers down as though they’re going to hit her, then she’ll jump and nip at them. If they’re leaning down, which they have to be because she’s a small dog, she’ll almost always go for the face. She’ll nip at your hands if you’re walking around in the yard with her. She just seems so anxious and nervous all the time. If I didnt’ know better, I’d say she was neurotic. I’ve tried correcting the behavior every way I know how (except for hitting or electronic collars, because I do not believe hurting a dog is ever the answer in training or discipline).

Anybody have any experience with similar dogs? And please, no “this is YOUR fault” stuff, because it’s not like I’m sitting by and letting this happen.
It just seems that every time I try to correct her, it only makes her even more nervous, which intensifies the nipping. It’s gotten to the point now where I can’t even let my children play with her, because she nipped my daughter’s cheek last week, and I’m so afraid she’s going to end up really hurting someone.
It’s not just when people lean over. She nipped at the vet during her checkup the other day, and the vet said we “need to watch this behavior”. She’ll also bite at people’s faces when they’re stooping or squatting down to her. She’s not particular about who she nips. She’ll nip anybody who comes close to her, including me, and I’m the one who has the most contact with her.

I noticed that this behavior started after she was spayed, but I don’t know if that has anything to do with it. Since she’s lived with us, no one has struck her or yelled at her or anything like that. My kids are noisy, but that’s not going to change anytime soon. They’re 6 and 9, and noise comes with the territory when you have kids. What scares me the most is the fact that she bit my daughter’s face, and left a bruise. She’s never broken the skin, but I’m afraid it’s only a matter of time unless we can get a handle on this.
Oh, she’s with me at least 10 hours per day. She’s mostly an inside dog, except with she goes out to potty or for a little playtime in the back yard. If I have to go anywhere, she is crated, or she comes with me. I don’t know what the problem is. Could it be hormonal? She doesn’t seem to be in pain. I clean her ears regularly, and for some reason, that doesn’t seem to bother her. She just had a checkup last week, and she had no parasites or anything.

Best answer:

Answer by Spongebob
it is your falt

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!