I have my biscuit dog, changed batteries, it seams that the front paws are kind of stuck, he is moving and making the normal sounds, but front paws are folded and does not aloud him to beg or sit stra
I have my biscuit dog, changed batteries, it seams that the front paws are kind of stuck, he is moving and making the normal sounds, but front paws are folded and does not aloud him to beg or sit straight how can I fix this
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Sounds like you don't trust your VET!
You can if you want but aluminum acetate can make matters worse if the irritation does not clear within a day or so.
Use sea salt solution to keep the affected area clean and don't use harsh detergent floor cleaning products if your dog has sore paws. Savlon is best cleaning floors and pet areas.
First thing I would check is the obvious like something that stuck to her paw. Even if you don't see it, you can try slightly squeezing her paw and she seems to be hurt and recoils her paw, that could be the culprit, you have to find a way to get that out. If not hurt, might be an itch caused by a tick or similar. Check between her toes, a very common place for those pest to hide.
If not any of those things, could be anxiety or boredom. Some dogs do that. But iIf she is chewing until she hurts herself, I would check with a vet.
Have you actually starting stitching a seam after sliding the feed dog control back to normal position?
In most cases, the feed dogs don't magically pop up until the machine has moved through a stitch sequence.
Put a piece of fabric under the pressure foot, lower the pressure foot, then turn the flywheel towards you two or three turns or use the needle up, needle down control button to make a couple of stitches - this should get them back.
There is no way to reset it no. I have a problem with mine and to the point of stripping it to the bare bones with can not be done by just anyone we can hope that one day our dogs will snap out of it.
I did fix a friends. Her battery cover was faulty and the screws were not deep enough so didnt go flush to the compartment. I made the screw holes deeper and screwed it right down and its worked fine every since.