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Posted on: 3:53:44 PM 1/10/2009

I would be very concerned and definitely take the pup to the vet. Weims are a very alert and active hunting breed. It is not normal for one to be unresponsive to movement and sound.

Posted on: 3:49:34 PM 1/10/2009

It is spelled "glycerin", no "e" on the end. If you google it that way all sorts of good information comes up. It is used in edible things like lip balm and cocoa butter and is apparently a by-product of soapmaking. One site I saw said it is from pal...

Posted on: 9:01:51 PM 1/9/2009

Ask your vet. Not next week, right away. If you suspect cancer it is nothing to waste time with. We lost a dog within 16 days of diagnosis of lymphosarcoma.

Posted on: 6:07:52 PM 1/8/2009

The shelter can only go by what the last owner told them. If it was a stray they are guessing about the breeds which is what the vet is also doing. Shelters are notoriously bad at misidentifying dog breeds so it is quite possible the dog is mixed wit...

Posted on: 6:03:55 PM 1/8/2009

Do you mean the health guarrantee will not cover if the pup develops a case of worms later on or it will not cover you bringing it home and it already has worms? There's a big difference there. Since they can pick up worms almost anywhere even right ...

Posted on: 5:59:00 PM 1/5/2009

She looks yellow to me.

Posted on: 11:06:01 PM 1/4/2009

The only shows I can think of with pit bulls in them are the Little Rascals movie and the original series. Petey was a pitbull (actually more than one). As for dobermans, I've seen them in a lot of movies where they are the stereotypical junkyard dog...

Posted on: 11:00:10 PM 1/4/2009

Our dogs have chalk white poo after they've eaten bones. I agree the dog owner should pick up after the dog. It is a health hazard to leave the mess where it dropped. It not only will attract flies and other insects (I'm still seeing them even though...

Posted on: 5:38:25 PM 1/2/2009

It may take some time. Labs can be very emotionally sensitive, getting very attached to their owners. She may just be sad and confused at all the changes that have happened once she realized she wasn't going back after a day or 2. Try to be very pati...

Posted on: 5:46:25 PM 12/31/2008

It sounds as if your grandfather is being unreasonable. He shouldn't be insisting on your dogs coming to visit, his dog being aggressive and leashed the whole time and expecting everyone to go along with it in spite of no hope for change in the futur...

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