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Posted on: 2:37:28 PM 7/11/2007

We feed our little Cairn Terrier Nutro Ultra

Posted on: 1:51:09 PM 7/8/2007

That is a great point dusty!

Posted on: 1:12:20 PM 7/8/2007

That can be true of GSD's however, I used to have a GSD, and he was good with my nephews. Mine was wary of strangers, but once introduced and allowed to smell them over, he was fine. We also took him to Ohio (we live in TX) where my parents and enti...

Posted on: 1:01:49 PM 7/8/2007

I work at Petco and I know a lot of people complain that Advantage doesn't work for them or it doesn't last the whole month it is supposed to. I also use K9 Advantix for the same reason the previous person stated - it works great on fleas, ticks, AN...

Posted on: 12:46:43 AM 7/8/2007

You are in Dallas? I work at the Petco in Carrollton and I have heard how horrible the fleas and flies are this year because of the rain. Like previously noted, Frontline Plus and K9 Advantix work pretty good. I use K9 Advantix on my own dog and h...

Posted on: 12:41:10 AM 7/8/2007

I know for sure Cairn Terriers and Yorkies definitely shed little or nothing at all.

Posted on: 12:36:51 AM 7/8/2007

I work at Petco and let me tell you - I definitely do not know everything about pets. I only mainly can give advice on what I know - dogs and hamsters - but only because I have had plently of experience with my own. I have heard countless times oth...

Posted on: 12:26:15 AM 7/8/2007

I agree with everyone - there is a reason you will pay more for Frontline Plus or K9 Advantix - you get what you pay for. I work at Petco and people come in and buy Sentry, Bio Spot, Adams, Hartz, etc and later I see them come in and tell me how it ...

Posted on: 2:19:17 AM 7/7/2007

My hamster has went through phases that for months, he will wake up at 7 pm and run in his wheel until 12 or 1 am. Then a few months later, he isn't awake until 9 p.m. and will run to 3 - 4 in the morning. Even other times, when I get up for work (...

Posted on: 4:53:38 PM 7/6/2007

I work at a pet store and I am around hamsters often. You can always tell when one is going to be tame or "a biter" as I call it. Personally, when you buy a hamster, most of them have got to be tamed (petting it - getting it used to you), however t...

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