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julia   frederick, Maryland

10/3/2014 9:32:23 AM

my dog got 21

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Madie~hunter,ruby, and the angels   The best place on Earth, TX

7/13/2012 7:24:28 AM

My dog has licked his paws and now he has scabs on them from all the licking. Our vet said that if it's all of his paws it's probably allergies but it's just his front ones and he scored a 14 on this. I guess he might be OCD

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Annie   madison, IN

10/25/2011 12:51:03 PM

This is stupid i went to my vet to see about her ocd because i got 9 points on this quiz and there is nothing wrong with her.

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Rob   Lake Dallas, TX

3/11/2011 5:57:30 PM

My dog constantly covers the food bowl and now also the water bowl with her blanket. If she is not doing that she is shoving the food out of her and making a mess. She is so involved when she does it. Is that OCD?

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janet   bethlehem, PA

12/23/2010 4:19:42 AM

very interesting article, thanks very much

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Amy   Atlanta, GA

11/19/2010 9:32:29 AM

I have a Border Collie/Aussie Mx. and she started showing signs of OCD at around 2 years old. (She's 8 now) Her biggest thing is taking a single piece of food out of her bowl and dipping it in her water bowl 2 times (sometimes more) and holding a toy in her mouth for sometimes hours at a time. She also has many things that have to be in the "correct" place or she gets anxious, dumping her food bowl everywhere. Oddly, she stops if she sees you watching her- just as a human would be embarrassed. I also have OCD and try to be more concious of my behavior around her, being that when mine gets bad, hers does as well.

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emma   brampton, ON

8/23/2010 11:41:04 PM

very good basis to determine if our dogs ocd needs professional help

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janet   bethlehem, PA

1/28/2010 6:25:58 AM

I am OCD, my dog better not be! LOL

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Stephanie   North Canton, OH

8/15/2009 2:06:15 PM

Interesting factors to consider. Thanks!

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kat   shreveport, LA

1/18/2009 8:09:23 AM

My dog is severely OCD, although it's so bad, I already knew the quiz would show it! She licks her feet and chews on them until she bleeds! so we put toddler socks on her feet, then she moves to her tail until it bleeds, so we covered it in an ace bandage...lol, my dog looks ridiculous! so now she licks anything else she can, this morning she licked a spot on her bed for 45 minutes straight, i couldn't get her to stop! right now she's licking her socks. She's a rescue. I found her about 5 months ago, on the edge of a bad neighborhood and witnessed a teenage boy beating her up. I pulled over and grabbed her and put her in the backseat of my car! I've nursed her back to health but am at a loss for the constant licking. I have another dog and 4 cats and they all play together so I'm not certain it could be boredom or even separation anxiety but I guess it could be. I'm taking her to the vet tomorrow and today i'm going out to buy her some chew toys and maybe one of those balls that you can hide food in and they have to knock it around to get the food out piece by peice...she'll do anything for food so i suppose that might help if she's bored.

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janet   bethlehem, PA

12/31/2008 8:20:57 AM

good article thank you

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Jenaya   Mechanicsburg, PA

10/22/2008 10:09:45 AM

This is a very helpfull it lists options about, what your doing with your dog or something about your dog and the last one should be the one that your dog does or that you should be doing. I this this very much.

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Christy   Covina, CA

9/2/2008 4:25:24 PM

Interesting! She's normal! =)

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Jane   Amherst, MA

9/2/2008 5:50:41 AM

My pup isn't OCD!

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Mary   Battle Creek, MI

1/7/2008 2:26:54 PM

Thanks for the advice!

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Katie   Suwanee, GA

1/7/2008 12:20:35 PM

My dog ranks a five, who knew?

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Christy   Covina, CA

1/7/2008 8:47:31 AM

Wow, my dog is better than I thought!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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April Lane   Cincinnati, OH

1/7/2008 4:40:49 AM

Thanks so much for this quiz, I work in the veterinary industry, and this is a helpful tool to help owners who are having problems with their
dog.
To help owners understand what is and is not normal, and what to do. Believe it or not alot of dogs have compulsive disorders, and some are stranger than
others.
It has alot to do with the breed and the traits that the parents passed down, but it could also give you insight into the life your dog lived before you adopted him.

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Maggie   Littleton, CO

11/5/2007 3:43:51 PM

My current Beagle, Annie, has no problems with OCD. But my first dog, Pip, would bite at his forelegs. After trying everything I could think of it dawned on me that this behavior was only in the spring and summer. I had him tested for allergies and his

problem went away, thank goodness. He, the poor soul, was allergic to almost everything.

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sarah   chicago, IL

11/2/2007 2:38:20 PM

wheewww...im glad my dog got doesnt have OCd. that would've been really bad. this article helped out a lot.

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