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Viewing all posts found for user Plymouth2009
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Posted on: 7:05:16 PM 2/5/2009

There is a purebred Blue Heeler at a local rescue group. He is gorgeous and already housetrained! I was considering adopting him, but I know absolutely nothing about these dogs. Could somebody give me some really good information about Blue Heelers? ...

Posted on: 7:02:59 PM 2/5/2009

I have a purebred Beagle named Libby. Her owners could not afford her care any longer and I offered to take her in. They were very thankful because they did not want to s...

Posted on: 6:54:29 PM 2/5/2009

As most of you out there, I am a pet owner. I love my pets dearly. I never want anything bad to happen to them. I am curious about wether or not CPR can be used on animals. If so, could somebody tell me about it? Maybe tell me how it is done and give...

Posted on: 6:51:39 PM 2/5/2009

I recently adopted a four month old domestic shorthair kitten. I adopted her from someone in Lake Park. Their cat had kittens and she was the runt of the litter. I fell in love as soon as I saw her. They recomended that I use Advantage to control fle...

Posted on: 6:46:21 PM 2/5/2009

Snakes are such fascinating creatures! I am wanting to learn more about snakes. I would love is somebody could tell me more about the Jacobson's Organ, snake anatomy and physiology, and what species of snakes are found in North America. Anything anyb...

Posted on: 6:37:47 PM 2/5/2009

A wire crate or plastic pet carrier can be a helpful tool for housebreaking your puppy and keeping him out of mischief when you're gone for short periods. Start some degree of housebreaking as soon as you bring your new puppy home. Accustom your pupp...

Posted on: 6:35:28 PM 2/5/2009

Back problems are common in long-bodied dogs like the Dachshund. Massage away the trigger points. To relieve temporary pain and inflammation, treat it with ice. If the...

Posted on: 6:32:03 PM 2/5/2009

When your best four-legged friend looks up at you with soulful eyes of bottomless trust and unconditional love, you know he knows you'll always do right by him. Look for a boarding kennel well in advance of your trip. Don't try to do it just a few da...

Posted on: 6:28:29 PM 2/5/2009

Puppy pads are a training tool for housebreaking puppies, teaching them to go to the bathroom in a specific spot on command. Start by placing the puppy pads on the floor inside the house. Encourage your puppy's good behavior as he uses the puppy pad ...

Posted on: 6:25:56 PM 2/5/2009

A dewclaw is a vestigial digit of the foot of many mammals, birds, and reptiles (including some extinct orders, like certain theropods). Dogs almost always have dewclaws on the inside of the front legs and occasionally also on the hind legs. Occasion...

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