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barking and biting hound


Jul 15, 2003, 6:56 AM

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barking and biting hound

CrazyMy basset hound is still attacking our pants when we release him out of the cage. When he just woke up, he won't do that. But when he is active, everyone even gives him a nick name nuisance and is very afraid of him.

We came to a conclusion of letting him run when we are at home. That's when he start barking and gets hyper active. What is wrong with him?

shall I keep him active or just let him be lazy?


Jul 18, 2003, 7:27 AM

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Re: [doodle] barking and biting hound

by the way,

my doodle starts teething and he also vomits after meal. Why is that so?
Is it because he is suffering from bloating?

Dog Kichi

Jul 16, 2004, 2:54 PM

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Re: [doodle] barking and biting hound

Hi doodle,

My Basset hound does the same.. runs around and barks and jump at people's pants.. So far whenever she does that, I just pretend to ignore her until she settles down and then flips her on her back and give her a vigourous tummy rub.. after several times repeatitively.. she seems to quieten down quite a fair bit..

As for the vomiting after meal.. did you happen to overfeed her? Guccie does that when she's VERY overfed.. She'll just puke some out and then verey disgustingly wallop the whole lot back in..

Eversince that happened a few times, I've been reducing the amount she eats.. but increased the frequency so that the total amount still adds up to the samee.. Tongue

Hope that helps..


Aug 29, 2004, 9:20 PM

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Re: [doodle] barking and biting hound

My choice is 2 let him b lazy.

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