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Posted on: 3:11:32 AM 3/23/2010

I keep seeing the commercial for this food and i'm wondering if anyone has looked into it or used it. Was also wondering if it's decent food or not?

Posted on: 11:00:34 AM 10/9/2009

It is now 6:15 PM, and Chase has become completely limp. Before he could move his head, now he cannot. Though his eyes are open and when I moved towards him he did wag his tail. Any ideas or thoughts would be great.

Here's an ...

Posted on: 5:29:54 AM 10/8/2009

Depending on where the pup came from his den instinct could be bad, too. If a pup is raised in a byb or terrible conditions they tend to lose it. I'm not saying that's what happened to your pup, just a suggestion.

Posted on: 6:05:06 AM 10/5/2009

I see long haired chihuahua, too. She looks just like a friend of mines chihuahua/dachshund mix.

Posted on: 6:03:02 AM 10/5/2009

Brindle pattern DOES come in the dachshund. I see absolutely no Pit in that dog whatsoever. Definitely

Posted on: 9:41:28 PM 8/4/2009

Hello there,
Without seeing a picture it's hard to tell. From the sounds of it I would assume it's cherry eye. The breeds with the bulgier eyes suffer from this alot. Bostons, Bulldogs,

Posted on: 6:06:06 AM 4/18/2009

There is absolutely NO truth to the statement that "if a dog survives three days it will pull through". My best friend had a

Posted on: 5:24:39 PM 1/11/2009

Hernias, depending on the kind.. can be harmful or harmless. Shih Tzu's are especially prone to hernias. The only harmful hernia that I really know is when the blood supply is cut off to the area and it begins to die.. that's called a 'strangulated...

Posted on: 7:25:25 PM 1/9/2009

Some small dogs include..

Yorkshire Terrier (Yorkie)
Maltese <...

Posted on: 2:35:58 PM 1/6/2009

Worms do not always show up in every fecal test, it's a crapshoot..literally. I would wait two weeks and worm the dog again, just to be safe. There usually is no reason for a dog to have a bloated belly, puppy chow or not.

Also, maybe it...

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