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Posted on: 12:16:22 PM 1/7/2007

Take him to the vet and see if there's a problem that not allowing him to gain weight. Get him on a good food. You vet will probably suggest science diet, because they sell it, but it's a really bad food. Check out

Posted on: 11:57:13 AM 1/7/2007

I use tea tree oil to clean my dogs’ ears. I would get his thyroid tested first. I have assisted with two lateral ear canal surgeries. They are not too complicated. They just cut out the section below the ear to remove the vertical portion of the c...

Posted on: 9:05:30 AM 1/7/2007

Halosfire- "She didn't make me pay for them though, until I recieve them so I'm pretty sure I'm not gonna get screwed."

If the pup is AKC is against there rules to "sell papers." You can't charge more to have them registered, unless you ...

Posted on: 8:53:38 AM 1/7/2007

Keep them separated! They should not be allowed to tie unless you are planning to breed them, and then it should be once every other day not whenever they please. Doing it that much can start to chafe and you'll end up at the repo vet with sore, in...

Posted on: 8:44:17 AM 1/7/2007

They do make cord covers. Their like a mini pvc type tube. I would also suggest you put up some of the toys until she learns what’s hers and what's yours. When I bring a new dog in they get four toys- a nylabone, rope, stuffy, and plastic squeaky. ...

Posted on: 10:11:57 PM 1/6/2007

You should definitely call your vet. If they used a continuous stitch, which most do for closing, it could come further apart. It is normal for some dogs to bother them and feel good enough to run around the day after surgery. We just spayed and ga...

Posted on: 7:07:06 PM 1/6/2007

You two make me feel old!

Posted on: 4:56:19 PM 1/6/2007

I wouldn't leash anyone for introductions. Many dogs can be more aggressive on leash because you took away there option of flight so all they got is fight. When I bring in fosters or introduce dogs to there new family member once adopted we start o...

Posted on: 2:44:39 PM 1/6/2007

You can smear some peanut butter (or something else they like) on the side of the tub. They'll be busy licking it off while you're washing them.

Posted on: 9:30:17 AM 1/6/2007

Sorry got too clicky

***Edited By: danemom on 1/6/2007 9:32:56 AM***
Reason: double post

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