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Posted on: 7:12:01 AM 12/30/2007

We have 2 separate Animal Controls...Dog Warden and Humane Society. The dog warden falls under the County Commissioners and does not do anything but dogs. Ours is funded through sale of license and fines and tax dollars. This animal was abandoned an...

Posted on: 5:27:16 PM 12/28/2007

My vet does spay/neuter and dentals at the same time. The less you have to put them out, the better. Anytime he does a dental, he does put them on Antirobe, anitbiotic. My vet and my dentist have both told me there is great risk of infection going...

Posted on: 5:18:25 PM 12/28/2007

I haven't had this with a dog, but my son had a mild case of it. The dermotoligist gave him some type of cream to rub on it. I also had a friend that had a sever case. He lost all hair on his body and I mean all of it. They were giving him shots ...

Posted on: 5:56:30 PM 12/26/2007

I agree on bathing only infrequently. Of course there are exceptions, like when they roll in doggie do. I have had to bath mine twice in the same day (lol). Most dog book I have read recommend only bathing when necessary. I use Lambert Kay's dog ...

Posted on: 5:52:58 PM 12/26/2007

This is sooo sad. Here in Ohio, most of the Dog Wardens do the euthanisation themselves. Vets are not involved. They give them a class on how to do it, but don't provide the means to detect a heart beat. Most pounds do not have scales to weigh th...

Posted on: 5:37:41 PM 12/26/2007

I raise Chihuahua's and have not had this problem. My Mama dogs are very protective of her puppies!!! One dam tried to eat a puppy that was born dead. I had a cat have kittens once and she tried to eat a deformed on that was born. So the only thi...

Posted on: 7:18:38 PM 12/25/2007

One argument you can give them for neutering is...Unneutered males run a higher risk of testicular cancer. Also, he may just start running off to try and find those females in heat. That means he could get hit by a car, kept by someone or picked up...

Posted on: 7:13:36 PM 12/25/2007

I give my dogs their shots at 6, 9, 12 and 16 weeks. At 16 weeks they also get their rabies shot. I would ask my vet at what age he will spay her. Some vets will do it at 3 months, other not until 6 months. I have talked to several vets about thi...

Posted on: 7:52:32 AM 12/25/2007

Usually, they are not ready to breed until at least the 10th day of the cycle. If she doesn't stand at that time, the best the vet can do is artifically inseminate (AI) her, which means you need to take a male with you. They can test to see if she ...

Posted on: 7:39:53 AM 12/25/2007

If they are throwing up, they can still dehydrate. Even though the puppy is drinking water, I would suggest some pedialyte until you can get him to the vet. The vomiting could be caused by a number of things, so I suggest just sustaning him until h...

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