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Posted on: 9:56:18 AM 1/7/2009

I would also ask the former owner what kind of dish she was eating out of. Ceramic or Stainless....Sometimes they get freaked out if thier dog tags hit against the dish while eating or drinking, especially stainless dishes, since they make louder sou...

Posted on: 10:48:55 AM 12/19/2008

Dog collars work. I would NEVER recommend shock collars. Try the citrinella spray collar. You can get it for under $40 on Amazon.

Good luck.

Posted on: 10:48:41 AM 12/15/2008

I agree....feed her dry

Posted on: 10:36:05 AM 12/15/2008

I remember you from the "pill" incident.....You really need to be more careful...I gave you some advice last time about your breed...please read it again & pay a little more attention to what you do around her. She was lucky these past 2 times, she m...

Posted on: 10:06:04 AM 12/11/2008

The turkey ingredient is called tryptophan & if given in moderation, it is not harmful to the dog. You can't let them lick the drippings from the pan, however, but a little bit won't harm them.

Posted on: 9:04:32 AM 12/11/2008

Thanks Illini. I do feed them 2x a day & I have also been picking up after them since this posting. Only at night I cannot, because I can't see in the dark. I'm working on it. Didn't try the hot sauce yet. Figured I'd do the picking up first & see ho...

Posted on: 12:49:31 PM 12/8/2008

Ok, well, it seems to be her own poop. As far as diet, she has been on Wellness dry kibble Chicken super 5 mix. I do go out right away now to pick it up, but at night, you can't see a thing out here, so I cannot go locating it then.
Are you say...

Posted on: 9:53:28 AM 12/5/2008

Hi I recently had them all on forbid powder because my 7 yr old was eating poop in our fenced in yard. It did not work. Does anyone have a more natural alternative to forbid? I already tried pineapple & none of them like i...

Posted on: 8:57:08 AM 12/3/2008

I'm assuming you are home to see that he is not eating. Also, that you are feeding them in separate bowls.
Try sprinkling some grated cheese ( just a little) over the larger dog's kibble. He will probably eat the who...

Posted on: 8:49:14 AM 12/3/2008

Still, I find it ridiculous that she was charged $200....You need to find a more reasonable vet. Sometimes when you ask your vet, they will lessen the cost. They are aware times are hard right now but unless you ask them, they will not lower it. Mine...

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