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Viewing all posts found for user StdPoodlePups
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Posted on: 7:16:17 PM 7/5/2009

There are medications that your veterinarian can prescribe for separation anxiety. However, you may want to look into doggie daycare - if you can find the right daycare - you may not need to medicate them.

Good luck!

Posted on: 10:07:18 PM 6/6/2009

Be sure that she has somewhere that she can "hide" to have her babies (a box, or some kind of cubby hole)- if she is stressed, she may have more problems delivering.

It will depend on how many babies she has, whether she will be able to de...

Posted on: 3:55:31 PM 10/14/2008

The main thing to consider in my opinion, is she having more good days, or more bad days. If she is just a little stiff in the morning & evenings - but is happy during the day - she may be okay; if she is painful all day ...

Posted on: 3:42:37 PM 10/14/2008

Perhaps she could be an Italian Greyhound as well...good luck!

Posted on: 3:09:51 PM 10/5/2008

The low/non-shedding dogs if I can remember them all are: Poodle, Shih Tzu, Lhasa Apso

Posted on: 3:03:38 PM 10/5/2008

It also depends on when your male is doing this. If it is twice a year (like a heat cycle) - there may be an overy left inside. If it is all the time, then it is a dominence issue.

Good luck!

Posted on: 2:52:47 PM 10/5/2008

Have you taken your baby to the vet - there may be an underlying reason why he's not eating. (Sore teeth, mouth ulcer or upset stomach) - get a complete check up.

If it is not health related, if you go to the p...

Posted on: 2:44:52 PM 10/5/2008

When you say they got really stiff - were they stretching their legs out & putting back their head? If so, they may have been going into hypoglycemic shock - 10 is a very large litter for either

Posted on: 2:41:10 PM 10/5/2008

First, you will need to clean out her crate completely with an enzymic cleaner such as Nature's Miracle (or the like) - then you will need to remember that she will only be able to "hold it" for her age in months plus one ...

Posted on: 11:54:05 PM 9/24/2008

If you are interested in a larger dog, you may want to consider a Standard Poodle. They have hair, not fur - and so many people allergic to dogs, are not allerg...

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