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Posted on: 10:45:17 PM 7/20/2005

I think this subject has already been discussed numerous times already at TP. Just curious what everyone here feeds their puppies and adult dogs. Mine is doing well on Nutro Natural Choice and also the Ultra Puppy food and biscuits. Although, I ...

Posted on: 3:53:32 PM 7/20/2005

I totally agree with you Harlee!

I'm not all that keen about using meds or chemicals especially on a puppy. Although, if there is a flea issue then something has to be done to make the puppy feel better, as well as, prevent fleas from i...

Posted on: 10:43:37 PM 7/19/2005

That's wonderful Harlee. I haven't found any of my pup's baby teeth. My Hershey is probably swallowing them or dropping them somewhere in the yard.

Posted on: 10:36:42 PM 7/19/2005

Hello and welcome.

Posted on: 5:29:01 PM 7/19/2005

Meant last reply to mammamia

Posted on: 5:26:12 PM 7/19/2005

In response to mama---Yes my lab puppy is registered with the AKC and also has a pedigree with the AKC.

Posted on: 5:19:26 PM 7/19/2005

I agree also with the stain and odor remover. Puppies even if they are fully housetrained still might have an accident now and then. I know that we've made the mistake several times of not letting Hershey out in time when she signaled at the door...

Posted on: 4:34:36 PM 7/19/2005

Yesterday, I asked on one of the forums the exact same question. Replies were that the most important thing during heat is preventing all the male dogs in the neighborhood from getting to her, unless you want your girl to get pregnant. My concern...

Posted on: 4:01:53 PM 7/19/2005

Icy, my puppy also likes to sleep on my bed. We find her in the morning either at the end of our bed or in the middle. It's funny because we don't always feel her jump up on the bed. She has a large very comfortable dog bed, yet she either prefer...

Posted on: 3:50:46 PM 7/19/2005

I know the rule of thumb is that once a puppy turns 1 that it's fine to change from puppy to adult food. Also, I heard that puppies can actually remain on puppy food until 18 months or so. Some puppies are just not ready to make that change exact...

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