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Posted on: 3:33:56 PM 7/25/2011

There just isn't much you can do. keep the wounds clean, and hope he doesn't do it often. We have that problem at a boarding kennel I work for. Dog are always busting there wagging tails open. Makes me glad to have a b...

Posted on: 11:15:32 AM 7/24/2011

as bad as the last 2 are, I would have gone to the media. No names, just the facts. That is totally uncalled for. The first pic doesn't look bad. We have a horse at our barn like that, and he is a TB, so just phiscal...

Posted on: 5:47:17 PM 7/13/2011

Heart worm treatment is hard on any dog. I know the treatment used to be arsnic. I believe there is some new treatments, so I would talk to your vet about the treatment and then do some research online. It used to be th...

Posted on: 8:47:22 PM 7/7/2011

All registries are just that, a registry. It is up to the buyer to find a good breeder to purchase from. Each buyer has to do their own research. A registry is only as good as the paper its printed on. If a breeder doe...

Posted on: 10:16:46 AM 7/5/2011

It really depends on how severe the cleft palete is. Most do not make it, and end up either dieing on their own, or having to be put to sleep. When they start eating and drinking on their own, you have to evaluate how bi...

Posted on: 10:50:00 PM 7/4/2011

My Aussies will lay like that. It is usually a sign of good hips, not breed.

Posted on: 4:33:05 PM 6/27/2011

teething runs for several months, basiclly until all adult teeth come in.

Posted on: 1:53:14 PM 6/27/2011

I would have her heart checked asap. If nothing is causing the gaging, then it could be a sign of a heart problem. I took my 10yr old poodle to the vet thinking she had a cold. She has developed a grade 4 heart murmer....

Posted on: 1:47:40 PM 6/27/2011

I have a very similar situation. My horse is barefoot, she can not have shoes on. She can not be sedated to get shoes, so I have to keep her barefoot. I have had a farrier cut her to short this summer, and she was off ...

Posted on: 1:41:48 PM 6/27/2011

I agree, I would not purchase that pup. You don't know what other problems you may encounter in the dogs life. Also keeping a bulldog from getting overweight is near impossible. I would suggest finding another breeder, ...

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