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Posted on: 10:03:56 AM 7/20/2007

Anyone claimed this dog yet?

Posted on: 1:37:46 AM 7/20/2007

lpn, I don't think you're one bit overprotective. In my experience my dogs want and need me there to help them. I am very close to my dogs, and it seems natural to me to help them through what most of us know is a lot of hard work. Thats the emotiona...

Posted on: 9:10:51 PM 7/19/2007

Went back and read your original post, and realized you have Dobermans.

Posted on: 8:55:56 PM 7/19/2007

schoolbus gal, I can't speak for everyone else but this is why I do what I do.I stay with my dog/dogs when whelping because it's reassuring for them, for one. I don't leave her, unless it's to go to the bathroom, or to get a drink or a snack. One of ...

Posted on: 8:31:42 PM 7/19/2007

PferdHorse, do you happen to know the breeder who sold the dog to your grandmother? If you do, contact them, and tell them your situation.You could put ads up in the vet clinic, and at pet food stores, those are free. If I were you I would charge the...

Posted on: 7:40:36 PM 7/19/2007

Ginnye, it's a really good sign that she has lots of energy, but it would be the best idea to get her checked as soon as possible because of the coughing, and the rattle in her chest. It may be a sign of fluid in her lungs
caused by congestive h...

Posted on: 6:56:48 PM 7/19/2007

Cindy,I can see where it would be a good idea for your daughter to have a dog, but right now seems like pretty bad timing. Who would train the puppy and look after it when you and your husband are at work? A puppy takes up a lot of time and attention...

Posted on: 6:24:30 PM 7/19/2007

Mastifluv, if you're not going to breed him, and the vet suggested you neuter him, why are you refusing, to let him grow some more? Just curious.

Posted on: 6:06:07 PM 7/19/2007

Have you had her to the vet yet? You should get her thoroughly checked out, it might not be respiratory at all
If she is 6 years old and coughs for no apparent reason, she may have a heart condition;so it's very important to get her into the vet...

Posted on: 4:33:42 PM 7/19/2007

Ask the pet food store to order the puppy food you want,most of them are pretty helpful.

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