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Posted on: 11:53:39 AM 12/8/2008

Have her ask the vet for Revolution. It will clear it up quickly. I would recommend keeping the dog on it for the remainder of it's life. Dogs normally have a weakened imune system is how they have problems with them. Most all dogs have them, but...

Posted on: 11:48:30 AM 12/8/2008

So sorry to hear you lost you beloved Ash. I am sure he was a wonderful companion in his short time with you. Just believe you will be with him again on the other side. Stay strong.

Posted on: 11:44:23 AM 12/8/2008

Ditto to all the other responces you already recieved!!! STOP BREEDING

Posted on: 11:37:11 AM 12/8/2008

Illusionminis: beleive people should do their own dogs. It should only be done by a vet with a clue.

This statement is so off base. I had my very first litter of Jacks done by my vet. He made them all too short. Thus ruined the ...

Posted on: 2:27:11 PM 12/5/2008

Sometimes they do this out of a bad habit, sometimes it is due to something lacking in the diet. Or could be a need to add good bacteria to the digestive system. It is easier to fix the problem if you can figure out the cause. What are you feeding...

Posted on: 7:20:02 PM 12/4/2008

Sue: The surgery is abdominal, so they are opening up the dog anyways, whether there are two or just one testicle.

Nuetering a male is NOT abdominal, and they are not opening up the dog anyways unless in this case where a testicle is not d...

Posted on: 7:14:49 PM 12/4/2008

Any update on your puppy?

Hi Pen2, what's up with you?

Posted on: 7:12:02 PM 12/4/2008

I am so sorry to hear about your dog. I will keep him in my prayers. What is his name? I think the biggest concern will be permanant live damage. Please keep us posted. I know this is a difficult time for you.

Posted on: 7:06:42 PM 12/4/2008

That would depend on the kind of food you are feeding. When dog foods were first developed they were full of fillers so that dogs would become hungry again very quickly, thus them wanting to stay closer to home for there next meal. The higher the q...

Posted on: 6:57:36 PM 12/4/2008

I believe they can. I don't know that there is any proof to back that. Why do you want your female to do males as you put it. Did you know that everytime you breed your female you put there life at risk. If you are not willing to risk your pets l...

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