How to Stop Puppy Fronm Tiping Over Water Bowl?

well you could smack him on the butt. a say real loud. no. bad dog. only do it when he dose it. do it right a way. and when he go's to the bathroom on the floor. tell them no rub there noise in it . and put them out side, then when he has to go to the bathroom .he will go to the door. . it seams cruel. but it works.you need to train him while he is young. well bye

1. Can I switch my mouse from a water bowl to a water bottle?

she will learn mice are pretty intelligent little things

2. AHHHHHH Emergency My BALL PYTHON IS PUTING HER HEAD IN HER WATER BOWL?

LOL. Your snake is depressed and wants to end it's life. Are you going to help it cease to exist. It's only fair after you confine it to a boring glass hell

3. Why does my dog dig in her water bowl?

My puppies did this as well, and splashed all their water out of their bowls until there was none. Just a firm, "No" until she gets it. They eventually stopped. If possible, give her something to dig to express the craving, like a bucket filled with sand or dirt outside. The kiddie pool outside is a great idea, especially when it's hot outside

4. how to keep my dog from knocking her puppies in her water bowl?

Raise the bowl, and supervise them. Simple

5. Why does my cat like to put quarters and penny's in her water bowl?

Maybe she has a wish she wants granted

6. How do I get my dog to stop being afraid of the water bowl?

Oh my gosh! My bichon/king charles spaniel mix does the same thing! He is scared of everything, the vacuum and such but when we got my dogs and cats the same water bowl you have he freaked every time it made a noise and bubbled! He eventually got used to it when he saw his brother drinking out of it and the brave cats but for awhile he would go lick out the shower when someone was done. haha. Best of luck.

7. dog food in the water bowl?

Everyone makes mistakes, really, do not worry

8. What do you use to clean grout on a ceramic floor, mold from dog's water bowl?

try the new bleach pens - they are great! otherwise - old fashioned bleach and water! i would recomment getting a bowl that sits more upright on a type of stand in the future

9. How do i stop my cat from splashing all the water out of his water bowl?

I put a cup of water in my bathroom for my cat, and I fill it every day. She dose not splash in it because the cup is way too small for her to fit in it. Hope this helps!

10. Should I continue to give the puppy her own water bowl? Please read!?

I think you should let her have time to ajust to it maby sometimes put a treat near it. It will just take time

11. How do i keep mosquito larvae out of my dogs water bowl?

You know, that is disgusting! You should be changing your dogs water everyday and washing the bowl. How much trouble can that be? I am sorry, but you must be on the lazy side if you think that putting clean water in a bowl is a chore

12. There are black spots in my cat's water bowl?

get another bowl to put water in and put the old one in the dishwasher. look on the internet for wat mold looks like.

13. cat dumps water bowl?

To tell you the truth, I really do not know. My cat does it too... My mom thinks that it might be because he likes water and wants a bath?

14. My dog poops and pees in his food and water bowl why does he do this?

Poor baby has probably been kept in a small enclosure his whole life, where his bed and food dishes were in close proximity and had no place to go but by his dishes. I would just start trying to house break him all over again. hes still adjusting to his new home life and needs some guidance and training. take him out often and reward him when he goes outside

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