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Posted on: 5:14:12 PM 7/27/2004

i think that would make it a mini schnauzer that is too small to fit breed criteria, this does not make it a toy dog.

Posted on: 4:58:43 PM 7/27/2004

hmmm...last time i checked there was no such thing as a toy schnauzer!!

Posted on: 11:21:17 AM 7/27/2004

first of i would make sure that they are getting enough excersize. i dont know if ferrets can get worms but i would think that they could so if all of his weight is concentrated to his belly (like a pouch) it might be that. also- you are feeding th...

Posted on: 3:04:30 PM 7/26/2004

luvapit to answer your q's-- Why are you putting your dog on glucosamine? - as a preventative measure. neither dog has any problems but the dal is getting old and my yorkie is very poorly bred and i know the breed is prone to knee problems. Wh...

Posted on: 12:28:06 AM 7/26/2004

i have been starting my dogs on glucosamine but i am not sure of the dosage. i asked my vet and she said that they do not really know. do any of you have an idea.

Posted on: 12:24:56 AM 7/26/2004

well, the problem is mazel is very small and she can not reach my bed. they sell these little dog stair cases but they cost over $100!! i have tried a little step stool but she wont use it. another thing i worry about is her little knee joints, it ...

Posted on: 9:58:57 PM 7/25/2004

it is true that a lot of people are uneducated about dogs and will buy puppies from petstores as impulse buys. they are all very cute and look so lonely and people just can't resist. at pj's pets here in toronto they reduce the prices as the pups...

Posted on: 11:15:46 PM 7/23/2004

i have have had a dalmation (she is 11 now) sice she was a puppy and it is wonderful to have seen her grow and learn. she is very loyal and close with me and the family. i have also adopted a yorkie who was from a puppy mill and abused. i am not s...

Posted on: 4:11:00 PM 7/23/2004

it looks half rodent!!

Posted on: 2:44:45 AM 7/18/2004

animals in general have a natural ability to communicate telepathically. birds that fly in flocks are able to move as a single body because they can communicate without speech, the same goes for a school of fish, pack of wolves or a pride of liones...

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