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Posted on: 10:13:00 PM 12/5/2008

Half the battle is picking up the poo before the dog has a chance to eat it. You could try letting only one dog out at a time and keeping it on a leash so you can pick it up immediately before the dog can get to it.

Posted on: 8:45:53 PM 12/2/2008

I think the op is referring to the base of the dog's sexual organ (not sure what I'm allowed to say on here so I don't want to be too graphic). It can give the impression that there is a problem to someone not familiar with what it looks like-a pinki...

Posted on: 7:51:52 PM 12/1/2008

Yes, it is normal if the dog spends some time outdoors each day. With such an athletic breed I can't imagine that you don't keep it well exercised with plenty of running time. They burn a lot more calories in the cold weather. You may even notice a d...

Posted on: 9:32:25 PM 11/26/2008

You didn't describe the specks very much but it sounds like you thought there was a possibility it is something they ate when you mentioned they don't get corn. You could try soaking a piece of their food until it falls apart and see if you find the ...

Posted on: 6:46:41 PM 11/21/2008

He's really a beauty! The way the fur lays reminds me of an English Setter I used to know. It's hard to tell for sure but I'd think you can be certain he has at l...

Posted on: 6:06:48 PM 11/20/2008

Not all worms are killed by regular wormers. Tapeworms in particular are resistant to commonly used medicine for worms. Take the dog to the vet and bring a poop sample so the vet can figure out which type of worms the dog has then the proper meds can...

Posted on: 9:23:13 PM 11/18/2008

I'm not sure I read the post correctly - why on earth would your husband want to take runny dog poop to work with him? I agree with the others that a vet trip is in order. Coccidiosis is a fairly common cause of runny stool with a bit of blood in it ...

Posted on: 6:13:48 PM 11/17/2008

One of our hounds used to get out and it took a while to actually catch her so we could see how she did it. She was so fast it was unbelievable. She'd run full speed at the fence and literally put her nose and front feet together and dive doing a bel...

Posted on: 11:09:49 PM 11/13/2008

I'm thinking he could be mixed with either rat terrier or Jack Russell. The coloring and pattern also look to me like possible springer spaniel in the mix but I've n...

Posted on: 5:34:47 PM 11/11/2008

"But do beagles generally have difficult deliveries? Ive never whelped them."
"I sent an email to them stating numerous reasons why they shouldnt just sell her to so...

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