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Posted on: 4:31:52 PM 7/4/2006

Let her stay on it for another day or so and then slowly start adding some kibble to it. If she tosses up the mix (w/kibble) try watering it down a bit then try again.

If you were going to change her brand of food that would be a good t...

Posted on: 10:09:11 PM 7/2/2006

Is he a Red or Blue dobe?

I have heard some blues can have some minimal hair loss. Personally we had a blue growing up and never had that problem but I guess some can have it. Just a thought if you rule out allergies (food, laundry, f...

Posted on: 9:10:35 PM 7/2/2006

Regardless to there being an infection or not ask the vet to show you the proper way to clean your dogs ears! It will save you time and money and spare your dog the discomfort of dirty ears. It really is easy but have the vet show you for the fir...

Posted on: 9:05:37 PM 7/2/2006

If your dog had worms (and was treated) it may be the medicine given caused loose stools hence the rubbing its bottom.

I have read that when stools are loose the anal gland does not excrete properly so the dog will do that as a temporar...

Posted on: 11:53:22 PM 7/1/2006

Can she call a 24hr emergency vet. If she told them how big the dog and quantity eaten they may be able to advise.

Small amount (though not good) is usually ok. The dog may vomit.

What were they wrapped in. I would be a bit...

Posted on: 11:49:10 PM 7/1/2006

My vet had a BIG container of Cheerios to give out as "treats". I used them as training bits.

I think several a day would be fine. Just not a bowl! The vet said they were fine to give.

Posted on: 11:45:12 PM 7/1/2006

I was told to do as the above post suggested and here are a few others

-Roll dog on back. (This shows YOU are dominant.)
-Smack under chin. (Not sure why-get dogs attention?)
-Smack rear end with rolled newspaper. (Get dogs a...

Posted on: 10:40:45 PM 7/1/2006

How old is this dog? What breed also?

We had this same exact problem to the point that I thought something was wrong with her.

She outgrew it (thankfully). It would help to know breed and age to give better training tricks! ...

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