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Posted on: 11:32:04 PM 9/11/2008

Thanks for the opinions.
So, how much food should she be eating a day? I know that during this switch, where I am still mixing new wet with old dry... she is eating NOT MUCH! Like I say, maybe a shot glass or less twice a day. That is a total...

Posted on: 2:42:52 PM 9/11/2008


My cat is around 9 yrs old.
She has eaten Friskies her whole life (fed by me)... I have recently become aware of how bad of a food it is, and thus we are making a lifestyle change.

I have read a lot about how a wet...

Posted on: 5:26:38 PM 4/7/2008

Dakota... that is exactly like my Dog's issues.

She is a black lab and it's paw and ear itching, and occasional red skin on her belly.

My vet said it was likely NOT her food. I was giving her claritan and steroids. I stopped g...

Posted on: 11:10:42 PM 4/3/2008

It's not much help... but maybe with his start in life, and his young age.. it will just take a while to settle?
And that might just be his weird thing. Like my dog despising skateboards!

I don't know... Good luck!

Posted on: 10:43:21 PM 4/2/2008

So, if I do trim (or if someone does) how fast does this hair grow back?
Any ideas?

Am I going to be doing this weekly?

Posted on: 10:00:23 PM 4/1/2008

So, I do not bathe my cat, I do try to brush her. She is a long haired maine coon mix (that is what I call her anyway).
So, her "rear end" always stinks. Here is why, because her hair gets peed on, and makes a little matt and then stinks like....

Posted on: 9:47:05 PM 4/1/2008

Nervous energy might be exactly what it is.
How much exercise does your dog get?

The age is right for your dog to be in the "teenage years" where it starts defying you. Testing the boundaries, if you will.
But actual fear is d...

Posted on: 9:00:58 PM 3/31/2008

What do you mean by an observation?

I am confused.

And I think you should just train the dog to go outside. Pee pads are too confusing. you are training the dog to pee Inside, which they often confuse.

No dog is goi...

Posted on: 8:58:33 PM 3/31/2008

I doubt that the dog was afraid of puppies, but of the environment in general.
A group of dogs (at any age) and their owners in a confined space, in a building or outside, with everyone standing around wondering what to do, is VERY stressful.

Posted on: 7:59:59 PM 3/22/2008

Does your city or citizens use salt on the ice? If so, that's likely it. It is NOT good for doggy paws. Can really burn them, although mine is OK to walk on it. Try rinsing the feet in water when you get home from salty walks. or use boots!

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