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Posted on: 9:15:20 PM 9/21/2007

If ear hair is left to grow and only pulled every 6 weeks or so, the ear WILL get irritated, then bacteria can start growing causing an infection. I have three poodles now. Ear hair should be plucked at least every couple weeks, when you are sitting ...

Posted on: 4:01:44 PM 9/17/2007

Something very similar happened with my older poodle. It was her glands, It had gotten infected. I thought for sure it would be cancer. A round of clavamox cleared it up.

Posted on: 3:56:56 PM 9/17/2007

The runts can take longer with everything growing on their bodys. Thank goodness your pup will be ok. I know someone that had her pug go thru the shunt surgery through Mich...

Posted on: 12:52:10 PM 8/31/2007

I did not read the poem, but I am all teary eyee over this too. Brittanys are beautiful dogs. He was such a cute puppy. This is all so sad.
You know god puts us in certain situations for a reason. You were to grow from all of this. Sad as it is...

Posted on: 4:04:51 PM 8/30/2007

Food is very important. Even when cooking for her, you must provide the accurate level of minerals, vitamins, etc in the food too.
Being it is hind quarters also, it sounds alot like flea dermatitous. One flea can bring on a terrible reaction,...

Posted on: 3:54:38 PM 8/30/2007

I agree, we have pups in our rescue that have had the problem, easily fixed. Get it in writing like said above.

Posted on: 11:31:00 PM 8/15/2007

Yes, keep her crated, Tommorrow vet will probably give anit-inflamitorys as a first try. To make all swelling go down. Hopefully nothing broken. They want to do an xray too. But anti-inflams would be good to do.

Posted on: 2:04:30 PM 8/13/2007

Very very cute. My MIL has a schnauzer too. Think I will bring my camera up tonight to get some pix.

Posted on: 1:52:31 PM 8/12/2007

In the mean time some doggie diapers will be good to use. I bought some on ebay, that I use on fosters coming thru that are in heat. with little sanitary napkin. Works wonders.

Posted on: 1:43:10 PM 8/12/2007

I'd have him checked, I recall hearing a similiar case that was diagnosed as a glandular problem I think it was.

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