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Posted on: 6:06:57 PM 4/15/2010

Ask your vet about famotidine - the brand name is Pepcid AC - I'm not sure if dogs can take it but I know cats can.

Maybe splitting the food in half and feeding him twice a day. It's not like he's gulping it down which can cause problem...

Posted on: 6:00:29 PM 4/15/2010

I wouldn't jump the gun and say it's the food necessarily. However, it seems that every batch can be different and also, since Wellness was bought out by Wellpet (which is when the problems seem to have arisen), they may have changed their sources f...

Posted on: 5:55:11 PM 4/15/2010

In my county in GA they will not adopt them out. they get euthanasia. They used to adopt them out, but there was a bust of a dog fighting ring, and it turns out many of the dogs seized were adopted from the county shelter. Very sad.

It's ...

Posted on: 3:01:44 PM 4/13/2010

I have no opinion about the price of your puppies but reading the subsequent posts about pits being killed automatically makes me sick! They don't even do that to humans who are convicted of murder. They might in some States but how long do they wa...

Posted on: 2:52:32 AM 4/12/2010

For a larger dog, yes, I would agree because they mature at a lower rate than a small dog but the OP's dog is a Shih-tzu so 6 months is typical for a smaller dog (who would typically go in heat sooner than a larger dog).

Posted on: 3:59:23 AM 4/11/2010

It will cost a bit more if you do it later...just letting you know as it's more difficult in a mature dog. Probably best to do it at 6 months before her heat.

Posted on: 2:39:19 AM 3/28/2010

If you can't take him to the vet, try to find a shelter who would treat him and then find him a good home. Since he seems to be miserable and not living life, euthanasia is probably the most humane and loving thing you could do for him. However, si...

Posted on: 7:55:06 PM 3/10/2010

Why don't you try a more novel protein like venison or rabbit? Nature's Variety has rabbit in kibble form. I don't think NV has the ingredients you mentioned but I could be wrong. If I am I apologize.

Posted on: 8:03:58 PM 3/2/2010

The Wellness treats seem to be fine as that is what I give my dog and she hasn't had any problems. I would consider emailing the company as they say each complaint is worth at least 10 because you would tell someone and they would tell someone. I t...

Posted on: 2:44:49 AM 2/27/2010

I think people have been having problems with Wellness since it was bought by Wellpet - it seems that way anyway. I think they have changed the source of their ingredients....so that may be the culprit. Nevertheless, I'm sorry for all the problems ...

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