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Posted on: 9:53:19 PM 7/20/2007

No, I don't think it sounds bad at all. The main thing to avoid is any whiplashing of the head, so the puppy's little brain is'nt rocked back and forth in it's skull. Personally, I like vigorous stimulation, and suction, but I'm a paramedic; so I use...

Posted on: 9:46:01 PM 7/20/2007

Windy, I too am in sad need of a new dictionary.I don't know any Sheltie's personally. For that matter, I don't know any Shiites either, and of course I would never want either to actually hit a fan.

Posted on: 9:41:24 PM 7/20/2007

Boxercorps, it depends how you do it, and I'll go as far as to say it depends on the breed. One thing I would never do is any kind of motion without supporting the head.

Posted on: 9:35:44 PM 7/20/2007

Dusty, Yorkies in the U.K. usually do have tails. As for CKC, I wish they would distinguish between Canadian and Continental, because the Canadian standards are much higher.

Posted on: 9:26:14 PM 7/20/2007

Pope, you're right except that this child is only two.

Posted on: 9:13:06 PM 7/20/2007

masss, if you don't mind, what kind of imperfections do you mean?

Posted on: 9:09:41 PM 7/20/2007

Windy, just so you don't think of the traditional swing, I'd have to demonsrate but, it's more like holding the puppy upside down, to let gravity work and GENTLY, whilst supporting the head, move the puppy back and forth. I should'nt have said 'swing...

Posted on: 9:03:12 PM 7/20/2007

Boxercorps, yes, I know exactly what you mean. I think the forum members who tend to do this should just ignore the posts that they obviously find annoying or stupid in some form, and resist the urge to respond at all. I think a lot of people have p...

Posted on: 8:50:50 PM 7/20/2007

I'm leaning towards Therapist.

Posted on: 8:45:33 PM 7/20/2007

Lovebug, that poor old dog.I agree with Windy. You could immerse her whole body in the bathtub,it might be a good idea, if she's not too scared. That way you could get her whole body clean and soak the area. I don't know if you have any anti- infamma...

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