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Posted on: 10:19:29 AM 10/17/2008

I had a similiar situation a few years ago with my dog. I took her to the vet to increase meds as much as I felt was reasonable. She finally got to the point that she would wake me in the middle of the night, wimpering, to go outside, and I had to...

Posted on: 1:52:28 PM 10/16/2008

My dog had Cushing's disease. We treated her with traditional medication, sorry I can't remember the name at the moment. It was a huge success for us. She perked up after 1 week of treatment, and lived another 5 very healthy and happy years. If y...

Posted on: 11:33:35 AM 10/13/2008

Udpate...we went for a community hike this Saturday. He had his photo taken twice because the photo guy thought he was beautiful. He was greeted politly by several people, and complimented. He behaved as taught we when passed other dogs, and ignor...

Posted on: 3:11:35 PM 10/10/2008

You did the right thing! Hope all goes well, please keep us posted. I would love to have another Malamute, they make me smile and think of my Dad. OH, something I remember about Goliath, my Dad's Malamute. He didn...

Posted on: 3:06:07 PM 10/10/2008

When I was trying to decide on a breed I tried to do as much research as possible. One thing I found helpful, was to take a test online. I don't know what website it was, but there are several out there. You can go to a search engine and type in w...

Posted on: 11:26:38 AM 10/10/2008

I agree with Pen2, we had an Alaskan Malamute. My Dad took him in after a family that bought him, couldn't handle such a large dog. He was an outstanding pet...

Posted on: 11:12:24 AM 10/10/2008

I agree with almost everything you are all saying. Chows are certainly different than other breeds. To me, they are almost like a cat, in that they can take or leave you if the mood strikes them. And yes, they can bite with no warning, it happened...

Posted on: 7:32:15 AM 10/9/2008

How old is your dog? Just because it has gone blind doesn't mean life is over. And I would want to know why it suddendly went blind, what caused it? My family has a 17 year old poodle mix, that is blind, and hard of hearing. She has been this way...

Posted on: 11:05:09 AM 10/8/2008

My dog recently had the same problem, chewing on his feet. I was sure it was allergies, and ready to change food, but went to the vet. The vet actually found an injury in the wrist that he had been chewing on. He chipped a tiny piece of bone off. W...

Posted on: 3:36:08 PM 10/7/2008

Are you concerned about how long it is okay to leave the dog alone? Or are you concerned that there is a medical problem? Most of my small dogs have had to go more frequently than larger breeds, so I had to get up in the middle of the night sometim...

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