Join Date: Jul 2012
Location: Southern Ontario
I think the problem here is the dog has regressed since spay, if this was a problem and the dog hadn't been spayed or was an ongoing problem, then yes - look at it as immaturity.
However - looking at it as behavioural ONLY is doing a disservice to the dogs health.
Never overlook behavioural changes, especially after a major surgery, post vaccination or along with other symptoms such as supposed allergies, ear infections etc.
Try RAW, carb free to start - means no carrots, potatoes, peas, other legumes.
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