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Viewing all posts found for user ilovemydogs
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Posted on: 5:46:23 PM 4/4/2004

I started the benadryl and he's doing fine but went for a second opinion anyway allergies it is thanks all Donna

Posted on: 9:13:50 AM 4/3/2004

our new rottweiler turned 2 months april 3 we carried him to the vet yesterday april 2 what I thought was kennel cough but she said that it was allergies he was having a runny nose since we got him mar 24 and a little cough when I carried him outside...

Posted on: 3:02:13 PM 2/17/2004

it's bad to pet owners that have rottweilers.our dog tiny had parvo in december.he died on Feb,16 of this year.he was only 4 and a half months old.

Posted on: 10:30:58 PM 2/16/2004

HEY PUBLIC BITE MY REAR END OK THANK YOU VERY MUCH

Posted on: 12:50:46 PM 2/15/2004

Thank you alysha now i know we will ride all of our dogs on the back they will love it again thanks

Posted on: 10:07:26 PM 2/14/2004

I asked this to those who ride their dogs on back not the opinions about how dangerous it is im not stupid i know what can happen..........Like I said this is for people who rides their dogs on back I dont want any other opinions okay thank you

Posted on: 8:10:47 PM 2/14/2004

I want to know what to do we want our dogs to ride on the back of our truck and stay when we go in somewhere what do we do.............................

Posted on: 4:00:18 PM 2/6/2004

Hi angelwings I have two pugs and a collar isn't a good idea for these breeds because of their eyes they pop out easy my first pug years ago did we use a harnest for them it doesn't choke them at all and you can handle them better when you walk them....

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