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Posted on: 5:19:59 PM 8/30/2007

I fed Royal Canin for a bit but it had a "sour" smell that I didn't like, and the dogs weren't too excited about it either. I have switched to Diamond Naturals Small Breed Puppy for the two

Posted on: 2:58:09 PM 8/30/2007

No worries WiemNGolden, I wasn't very clear in my first post. Speedy recovery to your boys as well. I imagine it is somewhat comical at your house with the two boys in E-collars running around.

I had my hubby help me check his suture t...

Posted on: 2:39:30 PM 8/30/2007

Boy yeah, I have to second the vote for Chris Christensen brushes, WindyValley is right on about those! I have THREE Shelties and there is no other brush I would buy. I own three and am sick because I stepped on one of them the other day and bent s...

Posted on: 2:22:52 PM 8/30/2007

Oh it WAS a luxating patella too unfortunately. The patella made his whole knee unstable which lead to the crux. ligament getting stretched. THEN when the crux. ligament had stretched, he couldn't pop his kneecap back in like he used to, so he had ...

Posted on: 11:26:49 AM 8/30/2007

First off I wanted to say thanks to everyone that had such kind words for me prior to my little dog's patellar surgery. Ben has had his surgery and is now home and doing well. There was some very good news about his cruciate ligament; it wasn't tor...

Posted on: 11:10:31 AM 8/28/2007

Oh dear, I'm sorry to hear about your poor Pom. My dog is slated for surgery tomorrow- it was supposed to be Friday but it had to be changed. He is also having trouble with his left patella. I do hope it goes well, and that he recovers and no long...

Posted on: 2:45:34 PM 8/23/2007

Irish, you are so right about getting into other venues. It is hard when you get too narrowly focused in on things sometimes. That is why I posted here- it helps to have opinions from outside my own little bubble, to remind me that there are other ...

Posted on: 1:51:59 PM 8/23/2007

I have just found out my dog needs surgery, and I am so bummed. There is a post about knee surgery over in Med Q's about it, if anyone cares to read it.

Main thing though, I am so seriously depressed that my poor dog needs surgery, he's...

Posted on: 1:05:50 PM 8/23/2007

My little dog, a 7 lb Japanese Chin, was chasing a toy I threw for him, when suddenly he started screaming and hopping on only one rear leg. I called his breeder ...

Posted on: 1:05:47 PM 12/18/2006

OK. Let's look at what is at hand here. The deed is done, regardless of how, the breeding took place and the bitch is pregnant.

How far along is she? Are you familiar with whelpings? Are you familiar with the signs of trouble - a w...

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