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Viewing all posts found for user goldenpaws
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Posted on: 9:00:25 PM 9/25/2007

I recently decided to get a pet bird and after some research have decided on an eclectus parrot. My husband would like an African Grey. I am just curious what the probability of keeping them together would be. I could provide separate cages but would...

Posted on: 4:15:22 PM 9/9/2007

Sounds like this puppy needs some socialization skills. Dogs that bark at things they are not familar with are often fearful. Taking her to public places and letting her deal with new surroundings while you are in control (on leash) will help. Also a...

Posted on: 11:19:00 PM 7/20/2007

I could imagine that would be a BIG problem! I use tablets called Endosorb from the vet. I'm not sure of any home remedies that actually work.

Posted on: 10:49:52 PM 7/20/2007

A little of the subject you were asking about, but what dog training school are you enrolling in?

Posted on: 10:45:03 PM 7/20/2007

Has this dog ever been checked for heartworms? One of the symptoms is a cough, often followed by conjestive heart failure.

Posted on: 10:43:02 PM 7/20/2007

Gross question, but are you trying to firm up the stools? I have always heard canned pumpkin being used to help with constipation.

Posted on: 10:36:29 PM 7/19/2007

Puppy usually respond well to obedience training anywhere from 9-12 weeks, depending on the breed. Have you enrolled in any puppy kindergarten classes yet? They are a great way to get the puppies socialized. As for water, I used to let my pups splash...

Posted on: 12:24:35 PM 7/15/2007

That sounds like submissive urination. There is a lot of good info out there about it. Search it on google. Is your pup having trouble housebreaking? If it can't hold it at other times either, not just when excited, you may want your vet to look into...

Posted on: 10:52:07 PM 7/14/2007

Generally the vet will weigh the dog, but that is to keep a record from year to year because drastic changes in weight can indicate other medical problems. It does not have anything to do with vaccination dosages.

Posted on: 10:49:14 PM 7/14/2007

Sometimes dogs can get a waxy buildup or a foreign object down in the ear canal where it is not visible to the naked eye. You should have your vet take a look with an otoscope, there is probably a reason she is scratching like that.

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