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Bernese Mountain Dog Discussions / Re: HELP! My big dog is a big baby.
« on: August 15, 2005, 03:19:07 pm »
Thanks for the suggestion.  I will have to try that.  Would prefer she got used to them instead of having to give her anything.

Bernese Mountain Dog Discussions / Re: HELP! My big dog is a big baby.
« on: August 06, 2005, 11:06:16 am »
I'm actually in Pa. but we get all the leftover remnants from the hurricanes, heavy rain, thunderstorms, lightning.  Zoe's favorite spot is under the computer desk, its her safe spot.  The picture of Bava is soooo adorable!  I love when they sleep on their backs like that.  Zoe sleeps like that in bed with me.  Of course her heads at the other end and I usually have a big paw in my face.  I look over and she is spread eagle to the world, she has no shame.  I keep wanting to take the camera up to bed with me so I can take a picture of her, tongue hanging out, smiling and having her puppy dreams just as happy as she can be.  She is a serious bed hog but I don't know what I'd do without her.  Of course I could do without inhaling hair all night.  But I do recommend the Rescue Remedy it is so much better than having to drug her out completely.

Hi all.  I want to thank everyone for their help.  Received Rescue Remedy in the mail just in time for the remains of hurricane Dennis.  Terrible thunderstorms and as usual Zoe was petrified.  Gave her a few drops and within ten minutes she was remarkably better.  She wasn't drugged out like she was with the perscription medicine.  I highly recommend it!  She stopped panting and shaking it was wonderful!  Thanks again.

                                                               Zoe's Mom

Hi all,
       Sent for rescue remedy will let you know how it works.  Thank you all for your suggestions.  Got perscription from vet for fourth of july but don't want to knock her out every thunderstorm so I hope this works.  Thanks again.

                                                    Zoe's mom

Thank you all for the help.  I feel sooooo bad for her, she is just petrified.  I will look into the natural remedy.  Vet said he would give me the heavy duty stuff for 4th of july since she is also afraid of fireworks.  Volitile weather has calmed down hopfuly for a while. have tried everything I can think of.  Playing the radio, running a fan, holding her, giving her treats, even a mild sedative with very little success.  It is so nice to talk to other owners and get new ideas.  Thanks again! 

Bernese Mountain Dog Discussions / HELP! My big dog is a big baby.
« on: June 10, 2005, 05:59:19 pm »
Hi all I am hoping someone can help me, I am desperate.  I have a Berner that is two and has become so afraid of thunderstorms, which we are having an over abundence of right now.  She pants and shakes and is inconsolable.  I have tried as vet suggested to find her a safe place, held her and everything else I can think of.  She will go out and lay in the rain if it is a plain rain shower but god help us if it it thundering.  She also hates fireworks.  Any imput you have will be greatly appreciated.  It is especially hard at night when she is roaming around the bed as she is a little hard to ignore at 100 pounds!

                                                      Jennifer the Mom
                                                       Zoe the fur Baby

Newfoundland Discussions / Re: Who's there?
« on: April 26, 2005, 05:43:06 pm »
Hi all,

   From Pa. here.  You all have beautiful babies!  My baby is a Berner she also loves the cold and snow.  It was warm here last week and everyone coudn't believe I was running the air conditioner.  But I find it hard not to spoil her.  Zoe was 2 on April 9th.  We are having spring thunderstorms and she is having a hard time with them.  It is hard to sleep with a 100 pound dog on top of you.  If anyone has any ideas on how to calm her when the storms are going on I would greatly appreciate it.  

Bernese Mountain Dog Discussions / Re: berners
« on: March 29, 2005, 09:29:22 am »
They are wonderful loving dogs and I highly recommend one.  Zoe loves other dogs and is very good with children.  She does however think shes a lap dog.  With any large breed there are health risk, but a reputable breeder will supply you with all health histories of both parents.  They are doing allot to weed out genetic problems and increase longevity.  In my opinion you can not go wrong in having a Berner become part of your family!  

Bernese Mountain Dog Discussions / Re: Berners
« on: March 29, 2005, 09:09:09 am »
Berners have to be one of the most adorable puppies!  I just discovered this sight and I love it.  The picture is of my baby, her name is Zoe she will be 2 in April.  I will post some more recent pictures of her as soon as I learn how. :)

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