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Viewing all posts found for user gingerspice
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Posted on: 10:49:39 PM 11/8/2006

Being a vet tech is more like being a nurse than a doctor. You do everything from assisting in surgery to xrays, to running bloodwork, drawing blood, restraining animals, and giving basic treatments while in the hospital. If she really wants to do...

Posted on: 5:00:37 PM 11/8/2006

I think it totally depends on the dog. I used to always leave Jada in her crate, then in 'her room". It was a room off the kitchen where her crate was kept. She slept in our room, and was only crated when we were gone. Then I started leaving her ou...

Posted on: 1:12:16 PM 11/8/2006

In response to those who say to watch the affects of the food on their particular animal, I am in full aggreement, but I still will never feed any of the "grocery store" foods, pedigree, purina, or even science diet. And I'll tell you why...not onl...

Posted on: 12:29:04 AM 5/8/2006

I can understand being nervous about having your baby have surgery, but coming from a person who's watched it done many times she will most likely be okay. Complications are pretty rare. Usually we do our surgeries in the morning and send them home...

Posted on: 12:18:23 AM 5/6/2006

Yes, I had a boston growing up. Her name was Bridget and I got her when I was 5 years old. She died when I was a junior in high school at the age of 13. She was a great dog....loved to play fetch...lots of energy...a clown...very smart and great wi...

Posted on: 1:46:30 PM 4/4/2006

"Does anyone know if (I know all dogs have them), there are certain breeds are more prone to needing this than other?"

Some dogs express them on their own when they defecate so some have more of a problem than others, but not neccessaril...

Posted on: 10:27:19 PM 3/31/2006

As far as the dog being to old I don't think so at all. I crate trained my dog when I first got her and she was a year old when I got her. I have no idea of her background because she was a stray, but I just trained her as if she had never seen one...

Posted on: 10:17:26 PM 3/31/2006

Raincoat and an umbrella for me...but Jada loves the rain....she thinks its great fun and loves the mud even more...

Posted on: 12:41:06 PM 3/31/2006

Well, I'm not too familiar with your situation except for what I read on this post and another, but one thing that I thought I would point out...first of all you have a puppy...that in itself is going to cause friction between the puppy and the cat...

Posted on: 11:31:38 AM 3/28/2006

...the computer most definitely...can't live without my internet fix.....the bed is a good one too! Oh geez, what have we lowered ourselves too.....??? ROFL

It's all your fault, pyr!!! All your fault! *inserts smiley with tongue stickin...

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