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Old 08-07-2010, 18:56
BluseyLou
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Hi guys I have a bit of a problem with my dog Fred - he has longish fur around his feet and I often take him over the park near me and he goes in the long grass and gets sticky ball like things stuck in his fur and when I try to remove them he gets angry and tries to bite he hates being brushed .

Has anybody got any advice as to how I can remove these sticky things without annoying my dog ? .
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Old 08-07-2010, 19:00
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Muzzle, brush.
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Old 08-07-2010, 19:02
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He tries to bite? Sounds like he thinks he's the boss.

You need to be a bit more dominant with him for his own good.

In the meantime muzzle him when you want to groom him.
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Old 08-07-2010, 19:02
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Thank You - it sounds stupid but I never thought of a muzzle for him but it may be my only option .
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Old 08-07-2010, 19:03
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He tries to bite? Sounds like he thinks he's the boss.

You need to be a bit more dominant with him for his own good.

In the meantime muzzle him when you want to groom him.
Yeah he is a bit pampered he hates anybody touching his feet ,I think a muzzle is the only answer .
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Old 08-07-2010, 19:04
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I've got a collie. He's fine till you hit a knot. Don't think he would bite but better safe than sorry.
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Old 08-07-2010, 19:07
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I've got a collie. He's fine till you hit a knot. Don't think he would bite but better safe than sorry.
That's true even the most placid dog get a little nasty it somthing upsets them .
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