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Viewing all posts found for user agentcooper
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Posted on: 10:58:09 AM 5/25/2008

Maxpup- buy a gentle leader!!! i promise you, walking will never be better and no more choking either! We have a 72lb. lab/husky mix who has the same issue. Graduated puppy obedience with flying colors then rebelled terribly when we got him home. Con...

Posted on: 8:22:43 AM 5/20/2008

vet time! and you need to look at the stools to make sure, no blood or odd color- so follow the dog once or twice so you can give the vet a better description. good luck!

Posted on: 11:44:47 AM 5/18/2008

Sorry Jgermash, but it sounds like you will have to call AC. Our dogs is a loud boy too- howls and cries, but we NEVER leave him out at night and if he's outside in the day and starts up, I bring him in immediately. Before when we lived in a duplex, ...

Posted on: 8:44:39 AM 5/14/2008

oh! that is so terrible! thank you for posting this...we will be looking out for mushrooms! i feel so bad for her.

Posted on: 6:32:45 PM 5/13/2008

thanks for all the responses! cooper was alright- he got diarrhea but he has a sensitive digestive system anyway, so i definitely expected that. thanks again!

Posted on: 6:26:27 PM 5/13/2008

pen is right. we get lots of garter snakes in the spring and they don't hurt a thing. If you don't want them inside, look around for any openings and possible ways they are coming in and seal those up. do you have cats? sometimes cats will bring them...

Posted on: 6:10:03 PM 5/13/2008

good post pyrmom... i don't think there's anything i could add to that- hitting a dog is not the answer to walking or anything else.

Posted on: 7:02:24 PM 5/12/2008

haha! those are great! what cuties!

Posted on: 9:54:36 AM 5/12/2008

definitely call the vet. you don't want her to get dehydrated and they may need to push fluids for her. see what they say and let us know!

Posted on: 9:38:22 AM 5/12/2008

yes the diarrhea is probably because you left him and so are the other anxiety symptoms. try a bland diet for a few days to get the dog firmed up. how old is your dog? was this the first time you'd left for such a long period?

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