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Posted on: 1:35:49 PM 3/18/2008

Animal testing is absolutely necessary. It must be done following "ethical" guidelines (what is and is not ethical is a whole new story), but it is necessary for all of our modern medical advances. For example, every single prescription drug that i...

Posted on: 1:27:15 PM 3/18/2008

Exactly. Each computer has a unique MAC address (actually, each piece of hardware for connecting to the internet has a unique MAC address - my computer has 3: one for a modem, one for an ethernet adapter, and one for a wireless card). Multiple comp...

Posted on: 12:12:51 PM 3/7/2008

Caffeine (found in chocolate) is a known diuretic. It is metabolized into theobromine (also found in chocolate, as mentioned above), which has a direct effect of inducing diuresis. Thus both the caffeine and theobromine in chocolate will cause diur...

Posted on: 11:52:01 AM 3/7/2008

That's an interesting list. It's amazing what can be done with genetic technology these days. I wonder if there is a fossil record of now extinct "breeds" that were the precursors to modern dogs. It would be interesting to try and extract DNA from...

Posted on: 11:20:46 AM 3/7/2008

Call the vet immediately and see if they want you to induce vomiting before you bring the dog in. If so, the method mentioned above will work.

Then bring her to the vet. They might need to pump its stomach or give her carbon (to absorb t...

Posted on: 11:04:16 AM 3/7/2008

That seems reasonable to me. Good breeders know their dogs, and they've probably based their advice on past successes. As long as the dog seems to be healthy and the schedule dosen't put too much strain on you, I'd say keep doing as you are.

Posted on: 11:01:33 AM 3/7/2008

I wonder if that's a motion sickness thing. Perhaps when she is in the crate she dosen't move around as much, so she can't compensate for the vehicle's motion and that makes her sick???

Posted on: 9:25:14 PM 3/6/2008

shinyblackpit, I would do what you suggest - desensitize the dog to the car in gradual steps. It might take longer, but it should get you the strongest results in the long run.

If the dog likes his crate, another suggestion might be to st...

Posted on: 9:14:51 PM 3/6/2008

I had an english cocker spaniel that went deaf later in her life. At that point in time, it was far easier to train her with different patterns of vibrations by ...

Posted on: 8:58:38 PM 3/6/2008

that's funny, even funnier that it made CNN.

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