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I have a problem. My 6 y/o britt just decided for reasons unknown to me that she does not like to go on the tile floor in my kitchen anymore. The main problem I have with that is her food and water are in the kitchen, and so is the door that she gets let out to do her business. Anyone have a solution to my problem or had that happen to thier dog?

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My old dog Moose had the same problem late in life. The pads of his feet were hard and would slide on the floor and his leg muscles had a hard time supporting him. But six is awfully young for that. We cured it by having a rug for him to walk on and used double-stick tape so it wouldn't slide.

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I thought of the rug thing, but the wife nixed that idea. I want to figure out why this happened cause I am sick of carring her fat a$$ to the door(where there is a rug)to eat, drink and potty.

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ha ha i see your problem with the food and the potty door but i just wish i could keep my pup out!!! ha ha lol

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I hate to say it but the "Dog Whisperer" had this same thing on his show not to long ago. This one was hardwood flooring but would be kind of the same thing. Maybe you can go to the website and view it. If anyone asks you I don't watch that show...lol

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your not alone, my 11 year lab has the same issue. with his claws and paws the tile floor is slippery and hes afraid of slipping. the rug will help.

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 Originally Posted By: slayer73
"Dog Whisperer"

What is this show? If he/she can help my dog I might watch it.

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