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Posted on: 5:13:41 PM 8/24/2009

it sounds like you got very lucky. I would still find another vet though. Things could have easily turned out much differently for your pup.

Posted on: 10:24:12 PM 8/12/2009

achkorea- could there be something in your walls? Maybe a mouse or small bird? if the behavior started suddenly, i would suspect they can hear or smell something in the walls?

Posted on: 4:30:40 PM 7/30/2009

Puppies can be EXTREMELY "mouthy"- chewing/ biting is how they rough play with their litter mates. Look up some info on google for play biting in dogs. There are several different approaches you can take- but you need to be consistent in your reactio...

Posted on: 12:36:34 AM 7/24/2009

I volunteer for an organization and they have the same issues. The other day, someone was looking for only "tea-cup" rescues.

However, I agree with No-Dog. I always try to suggest they look on petfinder.com if we don't have the kind of do...

Posted on: 11:36:07 AM 7/20/2009

I am so very, very sorry for your loss.

Posted on: 11:03:33 PM 7/19/2009

please look in the phone book for an animal hospital. They will see you 24/7. With your puppy's symptoms and age, it may not survive the night. You can deal with the petstore later- now you need to act. Take the dog to an EMERGENCY VET NOW.

Posted on: 9:58:59 PM 7/19/2009

I would suggest getting an adult dog from a rescue. Adults are generally lower-key. If you can house train- that be ideal- so the dog isn't in a crate all day. Or if you are able to put the dog in daycamp or even hire a dog walker to let the dog out ...

Posted on: 4:14:02 PM 7/16/2009

We have adopted 2 fearful dogs. The biggest thing I can suggest is consistency and PATIENCE!! It will take awhile. Be sure to praise the heck out of any progress, try to ignore the fearful behavior so you don't enable- kind of like- when the dog is h...

Posted on: 10:40:02 AM 7/15/2009

What is the longest amount of time the dog has gone without eating? Unless the vet can find a medical reason, I'd bet the dog senses a great deal of anxiety regarding feeding. I would suggest placing the food (just ONE type) in the SAME place at the ...

Posted on: 10:26:16 AM 7/15/2009

Please listen to Pyrmom. It sounds like your dog may be in shock- shock can kill your animal. You need to take it to the vet ASAP.

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