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Posted on: 6:52:58 PM 11/6/2009

Failure to Thrive is not common for an entire litter. It does seem probable that mom has a problem with the milk supply. Still I don't think that it could be known what the problem could be without diagnostic testing. If your Vet suggested supplement...

Posted on: 4:35:46 PM 11/5/2009

OK here's the color question answer.

How about "National School Bus Chrome"

Go figure!

Posted on: 2:48:51 PM 11/5/2009


I use the generic Sulfadimethoxine 12 1/2% solution that Jenny has recommended (Albon). I even get it from the same distributor that is suggested in the article. I use it at the rate of one oz. per gallon of drinking water. The puppie...

Posted on: 9:04:32 PM 11/4/2009

Best of luck ...

Why do my C- Sections always come at 2:30 in the morning on a Sunday I wonder ...

Posted on: 8:55:29 PM 11/4/2009

Another cur breed...

Maybe you can call it a Shiht-Poo.

Bite my tongue.

Posted on: 10:56:11 AM 11/1/2009

Homemade chicken and rice is a very low residue, easily digestible diet that is also tasty. The only bad thing is that it is not a complete nutrition diet. Your dog cannot live on it without other supplements.

After you have a handle on t...

Posted on: 8:48:51 PM 10/31/2009


Don't you use duct tape for that?

Posted on: 3:22:10 PM 10/31/2009

I have fed chicken and rice to my dogs many many times. Both when recovering from illness or when finicky and they don't want to eat their regular diet. Here is my recipe:

Boil natural long grain rice according to instructions on bag. Don'...

Posted on: 4:43:24 PM 10/30/2009

Here is a "Trivial Pursuit" question.

What is the official name for that color that school buses are? No Googleing or Wikipedia allowed!! Either you know this or you don't!!

Posted on: 3:29:04 PM 10/30/2009


It seems that you have a decision to make.

Cerebellar Hypoplasia is a congenital defect that occurs when the cerebellum is not completely formed upon whelp. I'm sure you know this much from consultations with your Veter...

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