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Posted on: 10:08:11 PM 1/26/2007

You may be a party to a potential class action lawsuit arising from the misrepresentation of the need for vaccinations for your pets. If, within the last four years, you have paid for any of the following pet vaccinations without receiving adequate d...

Posted on: 9:59:24 PM 1/26/2007

Vaccine reactions happen a lot, but you don't hear much about it. My most recent rescue was over vaccinated before I got her. She lost almost all her hair, developed staff infection in her back, and lost a ton of weight. You need to work on boosting ...

Posted on: 10:54:40 PM 1/23/2007

I wouldn’t use that breeder. Find a local breed club and they can refer you some quality breeders.

Posted on: 10:36:42 PM 1/23/2007

It just a person doing personal research right now. A few of the doctors I work with were very interested in it, so who know it may turn into more.

I just noticed I missed the l in the topic. Sorry! It not a survey about boats.lol

Posted on: 10:12:37 PM 1/23/2007

There's a theory that dogs are more likely to bloat during the week of a full moon. The tides are controlled by the moon, so why wouldn't it affect a dog that is 80% water? A survey has been set up to see if there is any correlation. If you or anyo...

Posted on: 4:42:04 PM 1/22/2007

Not all rescues are created equal. Some are just breeds that pose as rescues and being non-profit doesn't mean much. Just one example is Gentle Giants in California. It's non-profit, but they also have adopters pay at least $400 cash, most like not...

Posted on: 8:23:45 AM 1/22/2007

Belgian Tervuren?

Posted on: 11:37:43 PM 1/21/2007

You need to go to the vet and get them taken out and the rest cleaned. Dental disease can be a real problem. The bacteria can travel from the mouth and damage some vital organs, like the heart, kidney, and liver.

Posted on: 11:17:01 PM 1/21/2007

Heartguard or Ivomec doesn't prevent heartworms; it kills them in their early stages. So really you give it every month to kill what may be there. I test twice a year. (So far in 13 years none have been positive) I test in the middle of heartworm s...

Posted on: 11:09:35 PM 1/21/2007

I learned a lot from going to school and work. Then just being involved in the breed for a long time I've heard a lot from different people. My breeder has taught me a ton of stuff you can't just read and understand it. I also read a ton of books a...

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