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Posted on: 11:26:02 PM 6/12/2008

Obedience doesnt really have anything to do if he was being food aggressive. Sounds like he was guarding his bone and not "getting ready to attack you".

Posted on: 11:22:54 PM 6/12/2008

Most likely.. if they say no food after 8pm or whatever.. and the surgery isnt until the next morning... the food will have bypassed the stomach by then.

**This is just my guess.. I dont really know for sure. Trying calling an ER vet and ...

Posted on: 8:54:28 PM 6/11/2008

Oh come off. You'd have to live in a box to not see it's a sob story. Boo hoo.. poor me... oh hey.. by they way.. does anyone have a free bulldog laying around I could have? If they had left out the baby part would you respond differently?


Posted on: 10:21:21 PM 6/4/2008

On good days.. mine will shut up when asked. You've just got to train them properly as pups.. as to that.. I did not do. LOL.

Posted on: 12:16:12 AM 6/3/2008

Hmm.. only generic of Heartguard I knew of was Iverhart Plus.

Posted on: 12:10:48 AM 6/3/2008

I would suggest a miniature schnauzer. Not only because I am partial to them... but even though they are small in stature they are FAR from a little dog. You...

Posted on: 8:27:11 PM 6/1/2008

Maybe she needs her anal glands expressed.

Posted on: 8:23:31 PM 6/1/2008

I didnt like the Evo for my small breed puppy... but that was just me.

There is also: BG (Before Grain by Merricks), Natures Variety Instict, some of the Timberwolf Organics have no grains, but they keep changing their formulas I wouldnt r...

Posted on: 10:08:12 PM 5/30/2008

Again. Put apple vinegar in water.. or in food. It works.

Posted on: 6:21:40 PM 5/30/2008

Its not the food or water.. its actually his saliva. I've heard you could put apple vinegar in with their water to help.

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