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Posted on: 12:23:12 AM 8/7/2004

The patella is the kneecap. the kneecap moves up and down in a groove as the animal moves. In small dogs the bone is small and therefor so is the groove. Patellar luxation refers to the dislocation of the kneecap a condition which is rated on a s...

Posted on: 5:52:38 PM 8/4/2004

Repeat after me...I love my Pom puppies, I love my Pom puppies, I love my Pom puppies..... I know I really think that I would have been far better off sanity-wise had I decided to raise pet rocks. Separate them into two smaller groups, give the...

Posted on: 2:22:56 AM 7/19/2004

Feline gestation is 58 to 65 days.

Posted on: 5:17:26 PM 7/18/2004

Scout1; I am so sorry that you had to go through that, but very glad that Scout is alright. I don't know if bees do, but wasps will deffinitely nest in the ground. They return to their nests in the cool of the evening, we use a tiger torch to b...

Posted on: 4:38:38 PM 7/18/2004

From what I have read I think the Thornit powder would deffinitely be worth checking out. It will take some time to get it unfortunately. In the interim the following will work: Mix 16 oz rubbing alcohol or alcogel 16 drops gentian violet ...

Posted on: 8:11:06 PM 7/15/2004

Clip the hair away from the spot and apply Penaten cream. This is what I use on my Chows which are very prone to hot spots. As was already said you need to find out what the hot spot is in response to.

Posted on: 10:29:08 PM 6/24/2004

If your bunny is old enough that it's "parts" are easily seen it is fairly easy to tell boys from girls. Sometimes the smaller ones like Netherland Dwarfs are a bit harder. You hold the bunny on it's back and put a finger on either side of it's v...

Posted on: 4:42:21 PM 5/29/2004

Ok, so I tried unsuccessfully to find my Cerf book, so I went over to a friends and looked it up. Now admittedly this is an edition from either 2000 or 01, and things may have changed. Cerf states for Cocker Spaniels, American that the mechanism o...

Posted on: 12:02:27 PM 5/28/2004

My closest friend breeds American Cocker spaniels and the incidence of cherry eye is very high in the breed. She chooses to tack eyes to prevent "dry eye". In some cases when the gland is removed the tear production is diminished and the dog must...

Posted on: 3:32:40 PM 5/25/2004

I have seen this before in terriers, if this litter is important to you muzzle mom. The third day is when you loose puppies that cannot nurse (it takes 3 days to starve).I know that is not something anyone wants to hear, but that is the rule of t...

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