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Posted on: 11:56:03 PM 4/2/2009

Badly bred Shelties are usually an absolute nightmare to live with. It's becoming a very popular Puppymill/BYB breed because they are pretty and small and toted as being good with kids. However, badly bred Shelties not only have a laundry list of hea...

Posted on: 10:50:52 AM 4/2/2009

I've used both Esbilac and made my own formula... I thought with similar results. A lot depends on why you're supplementing. A weak/sick puppy is going to use formula and calories differently than a healthy puppy that maybe doesn't have access to Mom...

Posted on: 9:12:19 PM 3/25/2009

Please keep in mind that "reasonably priced" Yorkies may be cheaper for a reason. MOST of the time the reason the price is lower on a dog is because their breeder is cutting corners so therefore needs less money coming in to cover their costs. No bre...

Posted on: 9:04:28 PM 3/25/2009

That's kind of a loaded question. And the answer has a lot of conditions to it.

My views on a stud dog are that the first thing you pay attention to is the overall health, temperament, and structure of the family tree. His qualities come ...

Posted on: 7:07:20 PM 3/21/2009

I get REALLY irritated when people stereotype things...

The breed standard is established by the breed parent club NOT the AKC. That means every single breed has someone different being held responsible for whether the standard is a benef...

Posted on: 2:27:43 AM 3/11/2009

I have a Sheltie with IBD - we put her on California Natural (really short ingredient list - often times it's the "extras" in the food upsetting the digestive system) and on Probiotics. We run 2 courses of antibiotics (2 weeks on, 2 weeks off, 2 week...

Posted on: 2:23:58 AM 3/11/2009

Follow up info... you should also repeat the Metronidizole and Panacur 2 weeks after the initial dosing. The first dose kills the live Giardia. The second knocks out anything that was sticking around. 5-7 days of Panacur is a good idea. Not every dog...

Posted on: 8:57:32 PM 3/7/2009

You I think every person out there looks for something different in a breeder... here's the thing... when something goes wrong, most people, regardless of whether they paid $50 or $1000 want to blame the breeder... that's where all the breeder legisl...

Posted on: 10:36:55 AM 2/5/2009

How sad... I just showed to him in October... really makes you think about your own mortality!

Posted on: 1:31:49 PM 2/4/2009

http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/depts-VCPL/ - Washington State has been doing the research into MDR-1 (the gene mutation that causes sensitivity to Ivermectin).

Get your dog of...

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