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Posted on: 1:59:45 PM 10/24/2008

Yeah good luck with that. Huskies are a breed that I'd consider trustworthy off leash. You really need to keep the leash on her and constantly reinforce the 'come' command before letting her off leash, especially in open areas. If you chase her, ...

Posted on: 7:15:06 AM 10/23/2008

Man if cooking foods together makes carcinogens and toxins *in* the food that doesn't bode well for any human that eats cooked food! OMG we're all going to die!!... Wait, we're all going to die anyway.

Where's the link to that article, th...

Posted on: 6:35:05 PM 10/22/2008

I would say you would have to mention it to your vet, as sometimes vets are hesitant to mention rare disorders in dogs. As far as it being more common in purebred dogs, I think it's likely because purebred dog owners know that it's abnormal because ...

Posted on: 8:20:49 AM 10/22/2008

I second gbroxon's idea. Probably a female in heat in your area that's got him all worked up.

Posted on: 8:18:30 AM 10/22/2008

I second the idea to purchase a dremel tool, the sanding wheel is awesome for trimming dogs toenails without getting into the quick, and really helps dry them out fast.

That said, I think it's a little bit of both. I think his legs are ex...

Posted on: 5:43:17 PM 10/21/2008

Wait, so the person you got Rocco from doesn't have the papers, and is having to contact the breeder/person he got the dog from? All around this sounds very shysty. Honestly I would never have taken the dog in the first place without having the pap...

Posted on: 11:08:57 PM 10/20/2008

I automatically get an e-collar any time I get surgery done on my dog, regardless of whether or not it's vet recommended. In fact, I have 2 spare ones in our house just inc ase of emergencies. Yes, your vet should have recommended it, but at the sam...

Posted on: 11:05:20 PM 10/20/2008

I got a private message from this person that said she was going to breed her dog to 'calm it down', because they got their other dog (a fox terrier) fixed and she's way way too hyper.

Um, has anyone ever met a calm fox terrier? All the o...

Posted on: 7:49:50 PM 10/20/2008

Did Cocoa have an e-collar on overnight when her sutures came undone to prevent her from chewing her sutures and was she kept still with little or no activity or jumping those first 24-48 hours after the surgery? If the answer to either of these que...

Posted on: 7:40:10 PM 10/20/2008

First, I really really hope you mean 4 month old and not 4 week old. If your pup is 4 weeks old, it should be with it's littermates and mother. Small dogs like chihuahua...

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