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Posted on: 4:59:33 PM 10/24/2010

I have been told it should not be given to dogs under 10lbs.

Posted on: 12:43:54 AM 10/23/2010

A Shelter where all mutts should come from.

Posted on: 12:40:50 AM 10/22/2010

Teething is a work in progress, what you are doing is going to work, but, like ALL training will take time. If he was removed from his mom and littermates already that is part of the problem, they learn much of their bite inhibition from them, which...

Posted on: 10:40:39 PM 10/19/2010

I have toys that I make out of polar fleece then soak in water and freeze for teething puppies, perhaps you can find something that you can soak and freeze?

Posted on: 9:13:57 PM 10/18/2010

Yep its completely normal, and you would be best to get him neutered ASAP so that it doesnt become a habit.

Posted on: 5:21:36 PM 10/18/2010

No food is going to be 100% safe 100% of the time, crap happens, just as it does with human food. BB could have easily ignored the problem and swept it under the rug because it wasnt that many dogs, but they didnt. They were upfront with what the i...

Posted on: 6:01:03 PM 10/16/2010

Cinnaeve did you even read the reason for the recall? It wasnt from questionable food sources, it wasnt even something that affects every dog who eats it, it was a vitamin mix-up that added extra vitamins. The company was very up front with the iss...

Posted on: 1:12:18 PM 10/13/2010

So should we assume that you are illiterate and that's why you posted you website again after it was removed and you were given the reason?

Posted on: 6:31:23 AM 10/13/2010

They are also offering to pay for any vet bills due to this issue.

Posted on: 8:59:44 AM 10/8/2010

Properly used prongs will not injure either. I think before you start commenting about how to train dogs one should be over the age over 12.

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