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Posted on: 7:45:08 PM 11/13/2006

Thanks for remembering mafiaprincess : )
I didn't take him to the vet cuz the next day he was as good as new! So he's perfectly fine now! Thanks!

Posted on: 7:42:28 PM 11/13/2006

yes she looks beautiful and really fit!! And 4K is really cheap like riley said..... if you're getting her you should find out why.

Posted on: 7:41:05 PM 11/13/2006

Today i found out that my yorkie loves cream cheese, so i gave him some strawberry cream cheese and bagel! He's a really picky eater so i was happy to see him love it. Am I allowed?

Posted on: 2:51:15 PM 11/12/2006

Yesturday my dog jumped down from my bed (but he's puny so it's very high for him) and he screamed. I dont' think he's hurt but right after he fell he started going crazy. He ran really really fast around the house several times (he never does th...

Posted on: 1:53:10 PM 11/12/2006

Does everyone have a set schedual for their dog's meals? How many times a day and how long intervals?

Posted on: 11:49:49 PM 11/10/2006

Just to let everyone know that the doggie is fine now : ) He was good as new the next morning!! So if you ever experience this don't worry! The sore goes away super fast!

Posted on: 10:42:22 PM 11/9/2006

Do you WANT to keep her and beome her owner? If you do, then from now on she's is your responsibility and you shouldn't hesitate to spend vet money on her. If you do not wish to keep her you should settle her asap and so she can get checked out.

Posted on: 10:29:24 PM 11/9/2006

she's cute! but I have seen a cuter dog: mine! Hehe : D

Posted on: 10:27:22 PM 11/9/2006

My dog is 3 months old, how old can I fix him? Im still not 100% sure what I wanna do, for a couple of reasons.

First he's really small so i'm not sure if it'll take a toll on his healthy and if he's gonna have a hard time recoverin f...

Posted on: 9:40:08 PM 11/9/2006

A heating pad really? I called clinic today and the nurse suggested an ICE PACK lol! But the heating pad sounds a lot better since i can't imagine how I can press any hard object around his sore spot! Thanks!

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