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Old 11-25-2012, 02:31 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I have a fan going constantly in the den and one in the bedroom at night.
With five Boxers it is a necessity!
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Old 11-25-2012, 05:16 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I started crating my pug, who is 10 yrs old. She started having accidents when I wasn't home. First day she didn't want to go in. After a could days she learned she gets treats when she goes in. Now when I go for the treats she races to her crate. Both my dogs will freely sleep in there when I'm home. Nikki doesn't get a bed in hers anymore so they usually share haileys when I'm home. I was surprised after 10 yrs how easy my pug adjusted. My crates are big too. They have 48" crates so they have plenty of space to move. I use to feel guilty crating but they really don't care.


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I started crating my pug, who is 10 yrs old. She started having accidents when I wasn't home. First day she didn't want to go in. After a could days she learned she gets treats when she goes in. Now when I go for the treats she races to her crate. Both my dogs will freely sleep in there when I'm home. Nikki doesn't get a bed in hers anymore so they usually share haileys when I'm home. I was surprised after 10 yrs how easy my pug adjusted. My crates are big too. They have 48" crates so they have plenty of space to move. I use to feel guilty crating but they really don't care.


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Old 11-25-2012, 07:56 PM   #14 (permalink)
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You might want to ask your vet about using Gas-X. Our Internist approved it for use because our Boxer gulped air, burped, but did not F. Sometimes he'd get in a real panting, drooling mode which we learned was a sign his intestines were full of gas. Since this breed has more chances of bloat, it's good to be able to get the gas out before things get too bad. The Gas-X really helped.
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