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Breeding Questions & Information / NYC based handsone AKC IW seeks mate
« on: November 14, 2010, 07:10:10 am »
Vey handsome NYC based blond Irish Wolfhound is looking for a mate.

General Board for Big Dogs with Big Paws / Looking for mate IW Morgan NYC
« on: November 14, 2010, 07:00:20 am »
Morgan our very handsome 4yo Irish Wolfhound (AKC registered) has been extra affectionate lately. He has been jumping into a human bed and sofa to be with us. This comes after our very small dog has come out of heat. We believe he wants to mate. Any BPO females looking mate with a very wonderful New York City based Irish Wolfhound? Help!

Great Pyrenees Discussions / Urination Deficate at home
« on: January 28, 2007, 09:38:07 am »

I have a 9 1/2 yo Great Pyr. He is wonderful. I share him with my neighbor. I buy the food and feed him, I take him to the vet and pay the bill, and I walk him twice a day during the week. She has him in her 3br apt (I only have a small studio) and she walks him on weekends. My neighbor doesn't want the dog any more and resents having him in her apt and walking him. Now she claims he is urinating and defecating at home. During the week when I take him out he does not seem to have the problem. Is it a physical or emotional problem?

Great Pyrenees Discussions / Sheep and the Sheepish Pyr
« on: July 04, 2005, 10:09:43 pm »
Just wondering what reactions none working Pyrs have when exposed to Sheep or other livestock. Has anyone taken a family pet Pyr to a farm? What has been the reaction, of the Pyr and the livestock? How do Pyrs react to herding dogs at work?


Food Discussion & Information / Finicky eating habits
« on: June 06, 2005, 10:52:18 pm »

Kaya is now 8yo and a very finicky eater. We put chicken or yogurt on his food but he doesn't seem to eat much. Sometimes he decides to eat just before he knows he is going out. We have had some warm days and I just took him for a long walk in Central Park(with lots of breaks resting under cool trees with a bowl of water). He was pooped and lost all interest in anything but sleeping. He had his teeth cleaned at the vet two years ago. The tarter buildup has been significant even with my best efforts to clean with gauze and solution. Please help with answers and suggestions.

Please suggest a diet that works, something a Pyr will eat and not hurt the GI track.

Are all Pyrs such finicky eaters?

What is the best way to keep the teeth clean.

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