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My proper name is Maxamillion but I get called Maximan, Maxie or just plain Max by those that love me. I was labeled "the biter," and was adopted by my human parents because it wasn't ethical for them to adopt me out to the public after I bit my foster mom's hand numerous times in what is called a number 4 bite. A number 4 bite is when you bite multiple times, draw blood and still do not back down. Or something like that. I just know it is the second to the worst bite a dog can do to another being.

 Has anyone noticed how much bully sticks jumped up in price last year? We used to get a bully stick a day to chew on. WE love bully sticks. They make us calmer because all that chewing somehow releases serotonin into our system. I would go through at least one stick every two days. Because I love to CHEW. Was I addicted? Probably, but it was a good addiction. I could go through one 12 inch bully stick every two days. At $15.99 a pack the cost added up but I guess it was worth it to have us diverted and calm because we got a lot of bully sticks.

What dog likes to get their nails clipped? Show me a dog that likes their nails clipped, and I bet they have everyone fooled. I know dogs that tolerate the procedure but like it? I don't think so. I'm no different.

Do you want something worth begging for? Something that can help satisfy your urge to chew? Try sweet potatoes. Sliced and dried, or baked and stuffed into a Kong, these treats are to beg for. And if you show your human this, they can make some for you too!

One of the first things you learn when you become a "little dog" person is where your feet are in relation to where your dog's body is at any given time. It takes a lot of balance and skill to avoid stepping on them or catching yourself before you trip over them. You have to make a conscious effort to do this because if you forget for one minute you could find yourself with a sprained ankle lying face to face with your little friend reviving you with kissy face kisses.

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