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Viewing all posts found for user BoxerBoy
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Posted on: 7:44:10 PM 3/20/2009

We sometimes get the noises too. It happens mostly in the morning so the vet suggested a bedtime "snack" (some of his kibble) or the dose of pepsid. There is a stronger med called Sulcrate which coats the stomach. It's a milky liquid that gets squirt...

Posted on: 2:03:59 PM 3/20/2009

I don't have any great suggestions but our guy did the same as a pup and for the most part has outgrown the behaviour. For a while I thought to change his name to Leaveit or Dropit! He sometimes still goes for 'stuff' on the street but rarely. I foun...

Posted on: 1:50:05 PM 3/20/2009

Talk about organic weed control....would love to see him at work!

Posted on: 9:43:15 AM 3/20/2009

Your post both angers and saddens. You are wonderful people to take this on as it certainly looks like you will have a rough road with your little girl. A couple of years ago we checked out a puppy at our vets within a day of purchase and had to retu...

Posted on: 11:28:37 PM 3/19/2009

When Reggie was close to a year old he was having problems with frequent and loose BMs. He also started vomiting and was losing weight. Tests showed that he had pancreatitis and our vet also suspected bowel issues. To make the long story short after ...

Posted on: 9:58:43 AM 3/19/2009

Have you been told that the pacreatitis is long term? My experience was that the condition was a secondary one to a permanent bowel disease and the pancreatitis cleared up with treatment. We were given stronger meds (sulcrate instead of pepcid and pr...

Posted on: 12:49:36 AM 3/17/2009

Glad to hear that Buddha's surgery went well. Had a boxer who had two ACL surgeries. One knee when she was a year old and the other at three years of age. The recovery is...

Posted on: 8:07:07 PM 3/9/2009

Thanks razz and normap. What a great story about Bunny.
I think most of the people on TP have the same soul connections with their 'pups'. I hope that our words and stories give daneheavenb4 and others who have recent losses some comfort. I have...

Posted on: 9:49:21 PM 3/7/2009

I know that you have just suffered the loss of Peaches and I send you deepest sympathy. Your story was heartbreaking and everyone here will agree that they are never "just a dog". This insensitive comment can only come from individuals who have never...

Posted on: 10:18:38 AM 3/1/2009

Good advice lpn. We always took our potential pups to our own vet regardless of the health check given to us by the breeder and we had to return quite a few. The last pup returned was diagnosed with a serious heart murmur and our vet was appauled tha...

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