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Posted on: 12:50:14 PM 8/14/2009

Another option for you. How are your dog's teeth? I've seen it be because of an abcess as well.

Posted on: 12:03:16 PM 7/12/2009

Odds are that she did take. You probably have some big worries on your hands (pregnancy in and of itself is a worry). Pregnancy = vet. There isn't any way around that, they didn't choose it, WE did. Those visuals aren't just for confirmation. They ar...

Posted on: 11:30:06 AM 7/12/2009

There are identification collars that come with strips of.... kinda like index card, that you can write on and insert in collar. You write who is who and keep track that way. There are also some ones that just come in different colors I believe but ...

Posted on: 11:51:51 AM 7/11/2009

I guess it depends on how they came to that conclusion? Was it sound or x-ray? It would have to be an x-ray. It could be something else. How are things going? Have you tried A/D (can be watered down as well) and maybe some nutri-stat or Rebound? Most...

Posted on: 11:38:29 AM 7/11/2009

Very actually. ANY time we breed our girls it's dangerous and we risk their life. Before they are old enough you run a much higher risk of c-section (or death) and a vet that is experienced in pregnancy, whelp, and c-sections (and preferably our bree...

Posted on: 1:13:04 PM 7/9/2009

I'm sorry. When your vet said there's nothing to do did they do a chest film? Coughing can indicate heart issues especially as they begin to get up there in age. Was your vet able to hear it? If not could you maybe take a video on the phone so they c...

Posted on: 1:07:36 PM 7/9/2009

Twinkle, did your vet do a chest film? The first thing that comes to mind based on the description is the heart. It sounds like your describing congestive heart failure. I am sooooooo sorry. Only you and your friend can know when it's the right time ...

Posted on: 12:56:32 PM 7/9/2009

If that were true those of us that have c-section breeds would be in trouble, lol. There is a difference in the vet. They are chosen very carefully. We use vets which specialize in our breeds (as most c-section breeds also have surgery issues ...

Posted on: 12:47:06 PM 7/7/2009

Don't really know enough to recommend any breeds really at this point but CAN say I'd count the Shiba out. They can be a challenge for people with experience (even ALOT of experience) and are definantly, um, interesting, lol.

Posted on: 12:39:52 PM 7/7/2009

I feed Innova. Here's an awesome site for dog food.


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