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Posted on: 8:42:56 AM 10/31/2007

Hope you have a great one!!


Posted on: 1:26:47 PM 10/15/2007

1. Small - Maltese/toy poodle
2. Take him to the groomer
3. I bathe him a home, which is fine, but I would never consider clipping him myself.
4. Every 4-6 weeks
5. $75 + $10 tip
6. The groomer does a much better job than I...

Posted on: 4:13:15 PM 10/1/2007

The only advice I have would be to stay consistent and stay on a schedule. I have a maltese/toy poodle mix and he was a breeze to train once we started using the crate.

Posted on: 10:49:10 AM 8/15/2007

Wow! Thanks for all of the compliments on his coat! It's greating hearing something like that from you guys who are the dog experts. I guess those 3V vitamins are paying off!

Posted on: 2:39:37 PM 8/6/2007

Hi Everyone,

It's been ages since I've posted, but I wanted to share a couple of pictures of Mason. He's a little over a year and a half and is doing great. He has really turned into a great dog.

My new pillow bed

Posted on: 8:32:42 AM 6/18/2007

Thanks for all of the replies. My gut was telling me that it's still okay to crate him, I just needed some extra reassurance. I know he's safe when he's in "his room".


Posted on: 10:50:48 PM 6/16/2007

Hi all,

Mason is now 16 months old and doing great. He is still a rascal, though. Is there an age when I need to stop crating him when he's unsupervised? I don't quite trust him 100% yet unsupervised, but someone was telling me he's old...

Posted on: 1:56:52 PM 4/20/2007

THanks! So far, so good except for the fact that he's a little gassy (the silent, smelly gas). :) We just started it a couple of days ago.

I just needed to hear from someone that it was okay. Those percentages threw me off.


Posted on: 12:09:07 PM 4/20/2007

After all of the NB recalls I switched to Solid Gold Barking at the Moon partly because it's completely grain free. However, it does have 42% protein and 20% fat where as NB Venison and Brown Rice had 22% protein. I am more confused now than ever. ...

Posted on: 1:57:04 PM 4/18/2007


He seems okay (active, playful, etc). I did call his vet as soon as I found out about Natural Balance and she said that keep an eye on him and if he suddenly becomes lethargic then bring him in. I might end up taking your advice t...

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