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Posted on: 5:10:58 PM 3/30/2005

thomp- if your puppy is 5 months old then you don't have to test him before putting him on preventative. Heartworm disease won't show positive on a test until they've been infested for 6 months. This is because when your dog is infected they are on...

Posted on: 5:03:52 PM 3/30/2005

Heartworm preventative is one of the most important things you can do for your dog. Even indoor dogs need heartworm preventative. All it takes is one mesquito to infect your dog. The treatments for heartworms if they get them can be hard on the dog...

Posted on: 4:47:10 PM 3/30/2005

I agree that dogs are safer on a leash. Unless you're in a remote area where no other dogs or traffic around. Even the best trained dog can act of of character once in a while. For example...my uncle used to walk his black lab every day. They live ...

Posted on: 4:38:24 PM 3/30/2005

Oh, yes we hate mud too! But so far so good. We've had beautiful days, in the upper 70's to 80's. However where my mom lives it rains more often and they have a creek in their back yard! Her

Posted on: 12:09:50 PM 3/30/2005

My first dog was a Boston Terrier named Bridget. I got her when I was 5 and had her until I was a junior in high school. She was the best dog. She started havin...

Posted on: 11:02:31 AM 3/30/2005

Sounds to me like she's just being a puppy. It is normal for them to put anything and everything in their mouths. Keep her occupied with plenty of chew toys that are safe for her to play with. (you don't want her swallowing something and it getting...

Posted on: 10:57:49 PM 3/29/2005

I have heard of using Ametryptolene (i can't remember how to spell it either) in cats but never in dogs. We had a clinic cat who took it to control her wild behavior. (such as peeing on the vet's desk, lol) Anyway, if the vet recommends it for her ...

Posted on: 10:37:10 PM 3/29/2005

Well, let me tell you she's a miserable person, but this is her house so I have to follow her rules. It's really sad. But, right now we are stuck in rut, because we are waiting to move into my husband's grandfather's house. We can't move in until r...

Posted on: 7:29:58 PM 3/29/2005

I believe that there are two different sizes, the 13" and the 15". Other than that I think they are all the same. I'm not sure where to find them in your area, but you can always find information on the AKC website. Sometimes it will list breeders ...

Posted on: 7:25:06 PM 3/29/2005

www.dogbreedinfo.com is also a good place to find info. on different breeds. Good luck!

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