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Viewing all posts found for user djzangel
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Posted on: 11:38:23 PM 8/1/2007

Absolutly, I would be too. Cropping is not that common now. If there is going to be perminent damage to the dog then I would stop. You are better off taping or posting the dogs ears for a longer time, and no matter what they may never stand. The whol...

Posted on: 11:18:20 PM 8/1/2007

I have no idea about the calcium and how it relates to ear cropping, but........... if you are going to have her spayed no matter what do it before 9 months, recommended @ 6 months. Waiting until after her first heat is silly. After a dog goes into h...

Posted on: 10:12:14 AM 8/1/2007

Giardia needs to go a long way and most puppies from irresponsible breeders carry it. The big trouble with that is it is zooinotic. The URI is serious especially for a little one, Kennel cough out of control. The breeder can only cover what ever you ...

Posted on: 8:24:56 AM 7/25/2007

I use front line plus and heart guard. The revolution is good but does not protect against ticks. Advantix used a pestiside that is used on the old flea dollars. The products do not repel against these little kritters, so you may see fleas around but...

Posted on: 11:42:06 PM 5/22/2007

When the dog starts actually producing milk she is about a week away. At around 60 days start taking her temp. When it drops to sommewhere between 99.0 and 97.0 she will probebly deliver within the next 48 hours. If you know your dog you will know wh...

Posted on: 8:36:20 AM 4/11/2007

Dogs often loose hair during the weaning of pups. I would try suppliments and something topicaly for the itching, I know my dog was not scratching though. If she is scratching you may want to take her to the vet. Steroids really aren't a good idea b...

Posted on: 6:19:25 PM 4/7/2007

Actually that has me thinking, my boarder collie will play with her buddy, a mastiff and ...

Posted on: 6:59:23 AM 4/1/2007

I live on Long Island and about a year and a half ago, they recalled Kirkland and Diamond foods (same company) because they were only spot checking thing that came from the mills. Some of the shipments had toxins in them. I had several clients that u...

Posted on: 6:20:17 PM 3/31/2007

The food that was recalled contained wheat glutin, stay away from that. Euk is good. As for Avacado, it is toxic to dogs. Kirkland was recalled a year and a half ago for the same reason exept the corn in the food contained toxins. Purina dry foods ar...

Posted on: 11:52:05 PM 3/28/2007

Haven't heard a bad thing about Hartz products, 5 years ago I almost killed my cat, after 1000 dollars at the vet they told me that that Hartz flea and tick was toxic to cats, the only worning on the box "Do Not Aply To Fish". My feeling, you almost ...

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