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Viewing all posts found for user Hopesheltie
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Posted on: 11:40:31 AM 2/18/2005

My perspective is that some Aussies are like that (so are some Shelties). How might she fare in another setting? Could you look for an agility home for her? Or herding? She sounds like she is a drivey maniac; good for some things but sometimes h...

Posted on: 11:28:20 AM 2/18/2005

I am ATTEMTING to get into conformation showing with Shetland Sheepdogs. Currently I have one bitch that isn't an acceptable color pattern (specimins over 5...

Posted on: 10:59:51 AM 2/18/2005

Oh dear, good luck Shiny in finding her. I know you must be worried sick!

Posted on: 10:06:44 AM 2/18/2005

Ok- vet is booked up? Call another one.

Posted on: 10:06:00 AM 2/18/2005

Take your puppies to the vet. Now, please.

They probably do not have worms anymore if you administered the worming medication as instructed. They have something else. Without looking at a stool sample under a microscope I cannot diagn...

Posted on: 12:33:06 PM 2/14/2005

Happy Valentines to all of you, from all of us! (Me, Hope, Chubby, and Fate)

Hope you have a great day!

Posted on: 10:38:13 AM 2/14/2005

Yikes!!! Don't let your dog eat pieces of a Nylabone!!!!! If the dog swallows a large enough piece, or enough small pieces, to cause an obstruction - this is very bad. The Nylabone does not show up on an X-ray, so the only resort is exploratory ...

Posted on: 12:27:25 PM 2/9/2005

ALL breeds, even the ones that are touted as non-shedding, are going to shed somewhat, just as you lose hairs from your head, dead hair IS going to come off a dog.

Breeds such as the Poodle and the

Posted on: 12:22:34 PM 2/9/2005

Oh, man, too bad I can't send you a clone of the one we had! She LOVED to cuddle! But she also loved to run run run out in the yard. She would get what we called "The Zoomies" and it was sooo funny to watch. Then she would come over and lay dow...

Posted on: 11:33:40 AM 2/9/2005

I can see a couple of reasons the vet might not have your dog on meds yet.

If the dog had only had one seizure or they had previously been very widely spaced (one every three or four months) the vet might not have felt medication was n...

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