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  1. rishike007

    rishike007 Esperto

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    Lucky... The love bird found by my brother at back side of our home in panvel.


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  2. Racing_2012

    Racing_2012 Amatore

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    Grande Punto 1.3
    My Aquarium pets ...I love feeding them always

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  3. Bala

    Bala Esperto

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    Rishkie, it's just not a love bird, looks like an expensive African love bird, most likely a Peach face, , would cost more than Rs.1300.
    Looks like it has escaped from the cage.It's very young. Buy a partner and you can have it for another 20 years.
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  4. I always get this question.
    We had small pomararian companion dog. I could play with him some time he would bite me hard but,nothing would happen.
    This helped us to know his temperament and some burst in excitement or anger would not make us to run to a doctor.

    But with bigger dogs how you folks manage?
    I have seen big dogs have little more patience but,when he/she gets angry bites it might need a doctors attention?
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  5. PatchyBoy

    PatchyBoy Esperto

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    I have two bigs dogs - A lab and a GSD. The lab is a very friendly soul. I haven't ever seen him growl in all the 7+ years he has been with me. He will pretty much let you do whatever you want with him and still wag his tail and be happy. The GSD is a bit tempermental. If she is upset, she will just go lie down in a corner and ignore you. If she is happy and playful, she will grab your hand in her mouth, sometimes, but will never clamp her jaws so hard as to cause injury. I have seen her growl and even get into fights with other dogs, but she has not growled at us yet :D

    Having said that, generally, if the dog is healthy and is vaccinated regularly, then washing,cleaning and dressing the wound should be sufficient. If one wants to be extra cautious, then a shot of anti-tetanus will do no harm.

    Rajan
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  6. gurjinder

    gurjinder Staff Member Janitor

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    I have literally grown up with big dogs always around. First there was a Doberman, then a German Shepherd and now there is a Pitbull at home. None of them has ever bitten any of us. Even when playing I would put my hand in their mouths or even hold their tongues and they wouldn't let their teeth touch my skin. The Pitbull, the most misunderstood dog in the whole world, is the same. I can wrestle him to the ground, beat him up playfully etc and he just keeps playing. When I brush his teeth, no issues with me opening up his jaw with my hands.

    They just need love ,understanding and respect. Once you understand their nature, they are yours.

    Cheers.
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  7. Naughty

    Naughty Superiore

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    +1 to Paaji....

    I have a Rottweiller... We have named him "Leo"...

    After Pitbull, rottweiller is second most misunderstood dog in the world. They have highest bite force among all breeds of dog.

    I too open his jaws with hands... brush his teeth... put my hand in his mouth... even give medication pills of Deworming or something down his throat by my hand... but It never bites me...
    He is 1 yr. old now... Very Active, loving and Playful with me... Ferocious to strangers... Though he is one master dog and obey my commands but never hurt other family members...

    I will post the pics soon.

    Cheers... :up

    Neel
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  8. gurjinder

    gurjinder Staff Member Janitor

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    Oh well, Brute must've gotten an injury yesterday and thanks to some fly or two the wound turned into a maggot infested one. Was out the whole day yesterday so didn't notice it till today morning.

    Used Magrid spray , Neosporin powder and the miraculous Himax ointment and he is on his way to recovery now. I picked out all the tiny maggots from the wound. Magrid spray killed them all quite fast.

    To all pet owners - Keep the above, especially Magrid or D'Mag spray and Himax ointment at home always. These are life saving things. There is no ointment for wounds better than Himax.

    On another note, as always, Brute never says anything while I tend to his wounds. I had to squeeze the wound slightly to remove the maggots and still he didn't say anything. Pitbulls are dangerous dogs? yeah right ! :rolleyes:

    Cheers.
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  9. Naughty

    Naughty Superiore

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    Here are some...

    This is on first day when I brought him home in Car... He was approx 35-40 days old...
    He made himself comfy :p
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    Very attentive On the Second day :)
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    Playful, Eager and Anxious
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    Little bit sad and lonely or may be lazy and tired after all day long playing
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    This is when he was approx 4-5 months old...
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    When he was 7-8 months old...
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    On Completing 1 year of companionship.... Few days back...
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    Cheers... :up

    Neel
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  10. Bala

    Bala Esperto

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    Please don't tie the dog and chain it.
    In our house it is the other way round.Our dogs pushes my Dad out of his bed to the floor and it sleeps in the matress.
    Strange thing with Lhassapsos, they don't sleep without a pillow!

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