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Mr LongLegs Louie (lemmy.world)
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One More Toby and Hondo (startrek.website)
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I love looking at these two.

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More Toby and Hondo (startrek.website)
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Dog friends forever.

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Toby and Hondo (startrek.website)
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Toby and Hondo are neighbors and best buds.

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World of dogcraft (lemmy.world)
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Ole Timmy two poops

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What a liar! He just wanted sympathy!

Ghost was dubious from the beginning.

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Mischief and chaos (lemmy.world)
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Meet Kronk! We adopted him ~3 years ago, after being given up on by 2 other families. When we adopted him, it was clear he was never socialized and is very reactive to other dogs and some people (Specifically men, which makes me wonder what kind of life he had as a pup). We've been working with a specialized Vet and Trainer for 2 years now, and he's on some anxiety meds. He's improved quite a bit, but he's also gotten quite protective of my wife. So while I can walk him with only small reactions, my wife cannot. He's very reactive and is a bite risk when someone gets close. And since he's a cutie black lab, everyone wants to get close to pet him even when he's actively snapping at them since they're "Good with dogs" ๐Ÿ˜‘ Anyways, we found a place that does a 3 week board and train to work with aggression, but I'm not sure how effective they are. I don't think he's going to get much better with us, since we have to focus on safety instead of training. And since he's been given up on twice, I don't want him to think we're abandoning him since its a long program. Does anyone have experience with these type of training programs?

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Just got x-rays done today, getting a second opinion within the next 2 weeks and then making our decision. If anyone has experience with the TPLO (Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy) or MMP (Modified Maquet Procedure) surgery, please share. Thank you!

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Every time (lemmy.world)
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(She kicked the covers down for better pillow access)

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Tic (lemmy.world)
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Could anyone advise please? Is this a skin tag or a tic?

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A musical dog (lemmy.world)
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