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Posted on: 5:49:40 PM 2/26/2009

Great news that your contraption works. Looking forward to seeing some pictures.

Posted on: 11:18:12 PM 2/22/2009

oxfordbostons, there's a video on youtube of a lab getting spoonfed his dinner using the chair. Amazing what people can come up with to help our wonderful furry friends. Wazzzy, let us know how it goes with the diet change but remember to switch ove...

Posted on: 10:40:43 AM 2/22/2009

Our boxer experienced this at six months. He was regurgitating recently eaten food rather than vomiting from the stomach. Our vet did a barium swallow xray to reveal mega...

Posted on: 9:16:48 AM 2/18/2009

I agree. You have to puppyproof your home and put anything that can be ingested out of reach. If you have small children (crayons was the tip off) you should keep their little toys in closed containers. I had to replace all my waste baskets with ones...

Posted on: 10:05:04 AM 2/13/2009

Groucho Marx once said "I don't want to belong to any club that would accept me as a member!" Beauty is in the eyes and I certainly think my boxer's natural ears make him look so much more beautiful than what a scapel can carve. But that's my opinion...

Posted on: 4:34:07 PM 2/2/2009

I've gone through something similar but it wasn't with my dog...it was my son. When he was about seven we noticed that his adult teeth on the bottom front were growing in behind his baby teeth. The dentist said that the baby teeth would not fall out ...

Posted on: 10:20:36 AM 1/31/2009

And thank you for all you do to rescue animals. There is a woman here who drives to Ohio to save dogs from a kill shelter. She advertises on the internet and although I feel we certainly have enough homeless animals in this city, they are not put dow...

Posted on: 9:15:35 PM 1/30/2009

If your girls are unrelated then it does sound like an environmental or dietary thing. My first dog had chronic infections but I was told her physiology (she was "tucked up") may have contributed to excessive bacteria build up and I was to wipe her w...

Posted on: 8:30:02 PM 1/30/2009

It's always too soon to lose someone you love. As was said in the story of Rainbow Bridge, ".....gone from your life but never absent from your heart.."
You have my understanding and sympathy.

Posted on: 3:53:37 PM 1/21/2009

Wow, you certainly are considering taking on a lot at one time. I hope that you can give your older girl, Maddie, a good recovery period before adding another pup to the family. Glad to hear the surgery went well. Any idea on how the adjustment to he...

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