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Viewing all posts found for user drin
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Posted on: 12:27:28 PM 8/3/2008

I'm just wondering how would I know how much to feed my pup. I have read a lot of articles saying that minpins are prone to obesity so I don't want to overfeed her. I'm currently feeding her twice a day. I'm just a newbie so please give me tips based...

Posted on: 11:06:09 AM 7/26/2008

janeryan, I tried the raw food diet on my dog and he loves it and I don't see any negative effects (hopefully none will ever show). I also did many readings on the internet and found that most scientific researches about commercial dog foods state th...

Posted on: 10:57:12 PM 7/24/2008

That was a really helpful link janeryan. Do you follow those guidelines for your pups?

Posted on: 12:47:48 PM 7/24/2008

Thanks rainbow! I'll do that!

Posted on: 12:30:37 PM 7/24/2008

I gave my dog a little bit of cracker that I was eating and he seemed to like it. I just want to ask if crackers are safe for dogs so i would know if it's okay to give it as a treat.

Posted on: 1:16:57 PM 7/23/2008

I feed him twice a day, morning and evening. I already know about the 'leave the bowl for 15-20 minutes' thing and I practice it, but I did not know that they can go without food for days. I panicked so I fed him the chicken.

Posted on: 12:56:52 PM 7/23/2008

Thanks Minniyar! I really don't know much since I'm a first time pet owner. I have just learned an important thing.

Posted on: 12:27:02 PM 7/23/2008

I have just bought a 3 month-old female mini pinscher. I fed him dog food that the breeder used. There was no problem during the first few days, but since yesterday she doesn't want to eat the dog food anymore. I bought her a different kind of dog fo...

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