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Posted on: 11:30:26 PM 2/16/2010

If all else fail, there is always the fool proof, yet controversial debarking option to consider.

Posted on: 6:18:03 PM 2/9/2010

I am glad to see that your experience with shelter dogs is a good one. Though I am sure you have heard about many that did not end so well that some how managed to slip your mind. Over the years I have met many people who ended up at my door step aft...

Posted on: 3:13:08 AM 2/9/2010

To be fair, most of the pit bulls that are in the shelters are there for a reason. they done something to make their owner dump them, and more often then not, it was not something benign that can be over looked. unfortunately, when some turn in a dog...

Posted on: 1:15:42 PM 2/1/2010


This FDA study is not exactly...

Posted on: 12:52:06 AM 2/1/2010

you can be nice and mix the dog chow with the "good" food gradually until it is all gone. might confuse them long enough to get used to their old food again. But then again, since you are the one who decides what they eat, if they got a problem with ...

Posted on: 12:34:06 AM 2/1/2010

Before you blindly follow what you read on some internet site, always consider the source and the motives behind it.

That shopping cart at the top of the link should be sufficient to put things in to perspective. The bottom disclaimer says...

Posted on: 2:10:24 PM 1/28/2010

I had problem getting Marquis as well, so I used Baycox instead for a couple of years. it is very similar drug made by the same company. You can get it from online stores outside the USA with no prescription.

for more information on Baycox...

Posted on: 6:55:57 AM 1/28/2010

if memory serves me, it is used for prevention and control of coccidia in a vaccine like fashion. works great in kennels with a chronic coccidia problem.

Its been too long since i have used it, so cant recall the proper dose. Googlei...

Posted on: 1:44:10 AM 1/26/2010

Isn't it great though?

Posted on: 1:37:38 AM 1/26/2010

I am guessing your vet did not prepare you for what may come next.

prepare yourself for a most gruesome sight in the next few day. it will most likely burst open soon and she will have a huge oozing hole on her breast. when that hap...

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