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Posted on: 3:16:59 PM 3/18/2007

I didn't get to see it, it was already taken down, supposedly by the user that posted it. I hope someone jotted down the user name of that individual. A campaign of e-mails to YouTube/Google giving the user name and describing the video could inspir...

Posted on: 3:00:28 PM 3/18/2007

My understanding so far is that this recall only covers the cuts-in-gravy style of wet food, definitely not dry food.

Also, the message on Iams' website, which you can read in the post mentioned earlier, says that there are no reports of ...

Posted on: 2:53:43 PM 3/18/2007

Very cute! I like their markings, especially the boy.

Posted on: 1:10:29 PM 3/18/2007

I made my own dog biscuits for the first time, and since I know exactly what's in them, both my husband and I tried them. He even ate them as a snack once or twice.

I think that since our dog saw us eating them, now biscuits = people food...

Posted on: 12:59:45 PM 3/18/2007

My mom hired a pet-sitter to let out her two dogs mid-day, on days when she has to work late. You can look one up for your ZIP code by googling "Pet Sitters International" or "National Association of Professional Pet Sitters."

While we ar...

Posted on: 12:43:13 PM 3/18/2007

My mom works and has two big dogs. On longer days (~10 hrs) she has a pet-sitter she can call to let them out mid-day. It's $15 per visit, which is competitive in most areas. There is also "dog day care" which costs about the same as pet-sitting, bu...

Posted on: 8:52:14 PM 3/17/2007

I had bought a can of Iams wet food, the beef kind, but not the chunks and gravy. I can't tell if the Iams recall is for that style of food only or what. Anyways, I used it up two days ago (right before the recall).

My dog was eating a s...

Posted on: 4:02:48 PM 3/16/2007

You are making me on the verge of tears; that's not good while I'm still at work!

This has been a tough time for you, and it was saddening to read your story. I am very sorry about Bella but I hope that things will be better from now on w...

Posted on: 11:20:20 AM 3/16/2007

Staying home for a week is a good idea, and would help you jump-start housetraining since you could take the dog out every hour or two. But it's not really enough if you want a puppy, as in 8-10 weeks old, and work an 8-hour day. For the first few we...

Posted on: 1:43:09 AM 3/14/2007

Herding dogs like the border collie can be a little more intense and may need an outlet for that energy. A few breeds that might work for you:

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