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Viewing all posts found for user Heidi
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Posted on: 2:20:37 AM 4/8/2004

Labradors are very much food lovers & simple "no" will not help. Just feed your dogs separately (maybe the lab on the porch & the corgi in the kitchen) & allways watch the lab making sure he doesn't get any "leftovers" in case the corgi leaves some f...

Posted on: 2:30:57 PM 3/30/2004

Yes, dogs can eat fruit. If you want to feed it to them overripe fruit is the best.

Posted on: 4:35:55 PM 3/15/2004

Ellasmom - great way to feed a dog! Just wanted to say good luck & many happy years of munching bones:)

Posted on: 11:22:59 PM 3/5/2004

I think it can be toxic in lafge quantities. A few raisins or grapes are fine.

Posted on: 2:25:59 PM 3/4/2004

You are doing so well!!! I agree with what the others said. The only thing I would do different - I woudn't wait 1 1/2 hours for her to do her business. Take her out on a leash to the desired spot & give her 5 minutes - if nothing happens bring her b...

Posted on: 8:53:32 PM 2/17/2004

I understand that it can be intimidating. There are some books on switching dogs to raw diet - if you do a "google search" you will find them. Also there are websites & message boards devoted to feeding dods raw (BARF) - have a look at some of them &...

Posted on: 6:32:42 PM 2/17/2004

Real bone is definitely better than a dog bisquit - nutrition wise & of course for cleaning teeth. Again as far as nutrition goes ground bones are better than a bisquit. I know that some people always grind the bones (for fear of choking). You may en...

Posted on: 1:57:01 PM 2/17/2004

I normally don't like to mix raw meat with cooked stuff but in your case you may need to start mixing some raw mince with their usual food & gradually put more raw meat & less cooked into their dish & wean them off cooked meat.

Posted on: 12:39:29 PM 2/10/2004

We have one - black & tan 21 months old bitch. She is absolutely perfect! Very affectionate, excellent with children, friendly with other dogs, no bad habits (knock on the wood:)quiet - barks only when strangers get too close to our fence...

Posted on: 5:42:17 PM 2/1/2004

My dog has worn out her pads on her feet - it is the *middle* pad. On each foot there is a little round circle of the top layer of skin missing. It isn't bleeding or weeping. What can I do to help the healing process? She is mostly staying off her fe...

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