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Viewing all posts found for user halosfire
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Posted on: 2:33:02 PM 1/6/2009

Generally when a dog acts lethargic and is shaking it means that they are in pain/ill. If there's no diarrhea and vomiting, i'd just watch him for a few hours. See if he eats, or gets any energy. If he doesn't very shortly, I would say a vet visit...

Posted on: 5:14:06 PM 1/4/2009

Worms. Worm him again.

Posted on: 7:16:11 PM 1/3/2009

I would definitely recommend the Shih Tzu. They are the most loyal dog you will ever find. My 13 year old sister has a

Posted on: 3:49:39 AM 10/14/2008

sandys, I'm so sorry for what you're going through. I cannot see how the little wipes would hurt, especially the non-scented ones. If they are safe for a babies sensitive skin I can't how they would hurt a dog. How about getting a rubbermaid tub f...

Posted on: 4:51:41 PM 10/10/2008

My uncle is a 45 year old business man that lives in a Kansas City apartment/condo. He has a West Highland White Terrier that weighs 25lbs and is th...

Posted on: 4:42:52 PM 10/10/2008

Notice I said this is usually a rule of thumb in puppies.. lol. I never mentioned a 40lb dog. :p My vet told me, a 3lb puppy should be able to hold it for three hours. Duchess is 6lbs and can hold it every bit as good. I've also heard the year of...

Posted on: 3:17:19 AM 10/6/2008

Depending on the wormer used, it is very easily to over medicate the animal.. in turn causing organ failure. A friend of mines vet killed her dachshund using ivermect...

Posted on: 3:13:27 AM 10/6/2008

If all else fails, you can also give her an enema.. as horrible as it sounds. A bit of warm water in an eyedropper would probably do the trick. Constipation is extremely painful for puppies.

Posted on: 3:10:05 AM 10/6/2008

Usually it's one hour per pound of body weight, I know this to be true in puppies. Once a dog matures, I'm sure it can hold it's bladder longer. I wouldn't let a dog go without going outside over 5 hours, though.. adult or not. If you do, you sure...

Posted on: 2:22:37 PM 8/31/2008

He looks like a mix between a mastiff and a boxer, actually. Don't shoot the messenger, ...

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