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Viewing all posts found for user WileyBlaze
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Posted on: 11:43:53 PM 5/1/2009

IMO, it was your job to know how to breed and do all the research not your vets.

I don't breed but know that your suppose to have tests done before you even think about it.

Posted on: 11:37:15 PM 5/1/2009

Yes you can sue him for kicking your dog. Dogs are considered property. No difference if he kicked your car and put a dent in it.

Sorry this happened, I would take him to small claims court ASAP!


I hope your baby will be ...

Posted on: 11:33:13 PM 5/1/2009

I just hate to see our kids exposed to more chemicals then they have to. This year I'm going all natural. Just Google natural pet products and you can find safe stuff and half the price!

I just hope it works!!

Posted on: 9:47:44 PM 2/27/2009

My uncle had a dog with a red balloon like thing coming out of his anal. He took it to the vet and it was a tumour. I second taking your dog to another vet.

Posted on: 10:03:43 AM 11/9/2008

We know that LPN, just driving the point home.

http://www.terrificpets.com/forum/53369.asp

Posted on: 7:50:21 PM 11/8/2008

There are so many cats in the shelter! A good home is priceless for the babies that are going to be killed indoor or outdoor.



Sure if my Henry didn't pee in my home he would be indoor only but I won't have it and I'm not going ...

Posted on: 5:38:20 PM 11/8/2008

Some dogs are just scared of those things. One of the things I would do is rub his feet when petting him, getting him use to you touching his paws all the time.

Nail grooming can be traumatic. I wish you luck and someone else may have mor...

Posted on: 5:28:22 PM 11/8/2008

Yikes!!

I have also heard that a deficiency in vitamins makes them want to eat there poop.

I know Dr. Fosters and Smith carries some type of herb to stop the behavior. I agree with picking it up but they still shouldn't do it. T...

Posted on: 4:09:24 PM 11/8/2008

Sorry Scout you can't turn this around on me. You are the ONE that said You have NO SYMPATHY for your poor friend.

I just don't get how you can treat anyone that way!

Posted on: 9:07:07 AM 11/8/2008

Ruff, I would never do a tie out even if I lived in the middle of New York City or even worse where I live because of the coyotes and I do live in town. The big dog or wild animal coming up to the poor kitty would be just not right. Bait trap if you ...

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