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Posted on: 8:18:32 PM 4/15/2007

>>>beagle - are you aware that dogs ( like people ) get yeast infections from antibiotics?? So if you were not giving her a probiotic, yes it would have been a vicious cycle<<<

Of course I am aware of that but when her ea...

Posted on: 8:13:56 PM 4/15/2007

Try a breed specific rescue! Go to any search engine and type: bull terrier rescue in (your state) and see if any are local.

Posted on: 12:12:11 AM 4/15/2007

Please print this out and show it to your friend. People often think it's funny when dogs eat "unusual" things like candy or pop. She will kill this dog if she continues. Your friend needs to remember one very important thing- the size of her dog....

Posted on: 12:04:57 AM 4/15/2007

You might want to limit the grass eating in other peoples yards. Since you don't know if they use chemicals on their lawns it might not be safe.

My beagle LOV...

Posted on: 11:58:08 PM 4/14/2007

Not to alarm you but you might want to call the ER vet again. What did they say about such a large incision? Both my girls incisions were fairly small (maybe half that) and were fairly groggy til the next morning.

Both girls pretty much ...

Posted on: 10:12:09 PM 4/14/2007

I would not only get a new litter box but buy an extra one as well. Place them a good distance from each other too.

Are you able to close off the area where he/she is currently going? If so then close it!

Posted on: 10:07:30 PM 4/14/2007

Thank goodness your mom saw what happened! I am glad she took them home and that you are caring for them.

I agree that was an awful thing to do to a mother cat and kittens. Some people just drive me insane with how cruel they can be.

Posted on: 5:56:03 PM 4/14/2007

Are you sure it is seasonal allergies or could it be food allergy? And is it possible that it might be both? You might want to consider having allergy testing done and then see what you can eliminate.


Posted on: 5:41:08 PM 4/14/2007

I think as long as the food isn't fatty, spicy, salty or on the "bad food" list it is pretty safe to do. Be sure you know what NOT to feed your pet! Grapes or raisins can be deadly to a dog. Onions and large amounts of garlic can be toxic as well....

Posted on: 11:57:48 PM 4/13/2007

For the dandruff: What are you feeding? Sometimes a better quality food will help. Also if this is an indoor cat and you are running your furnace that can also be the problem. Can you put a humidifier in the main room of the house?


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