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Viewing all posts found for user keesha63
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Posted on: 10:05:22 AM 6/21/2008

Just need to vent a little.
First off everyone has been to the vet . He is basically at a loss for what the cause is, so we are currently treating for Giardia.
Background:
All three small inside dogs....

Posted on: 12:20:57 AM 5/30/2008

Icy I would have to disagree. I think anyone should be surprised at a one year old dog having heavy tartar build up. One shouldn't be surprise if I never brushed their teeth, gave them poor quality wet food and they never chewed on anything that coul...

Posted on: 5:48:33 PM 5/29/2008

Unfortunately it's not just what you feed your dog that makes a difference in tartar build-up. My dogs are 3 yrs old, two years old and a year old. Last year I took the oldest two for their annual together. The vet decided to check the youngest one f...

Posted on: 1:50:59 PM 5/11/2008

It's a possiblity it's your food. I know with my youngest Pipi she was doing the same. I know the incessant scratching must have been driving her insane and I know it was driving us crazy! Mornings were always the worst. She would come out of her cra...

Posted on: 7:05:04 PM 5/9/2008

I suppose anything is possible although 4 months is quite young for a first heat, generally it around 6 months or later. Small dogs tend to mature earlier than larger dogs. I would try to make certain where the blood was actually coming from. Are the...

Posted on: 7:14:09 PM 5/8/2008

Actually I just starting using "that product" lol 2 weeks ago on my youngest. Today was her first haircut since I started using it so it's a little hard to tell if there is any improvement. I've heard good reviews about it thought so I am willing to ...

Posted on: 7:03:53 PM 5/8/2008

onlyashipoowilldo...about the science diet question. If you go back to the list of topics or threads in this discussion room forum you will see near the top actually 5th one down (with a star beside it) a topic called "Wiley's great list of grading f...

Posted on: 10:28:36 AM 4/26/2008

Interesting dilema :) Honestly it would appear you are doing everything right. If she is sleeping all night and not soiling her crate I see no reason to wake her up to take her outside to go. The fact that she can't seem to go longer than at times an...

Posted on: 12:08:33 PM 4/12/2008

Most pet stores sell specially designed food bowls that stops dogs from being able to gulp their food. I have seen some with peg type pieces that come up from the bottom, so the dogs have to eat around the pegs and can't just gulp their food. This mi...

Posted on: 12:00:17 PM 4/12/2008

I think the bathing question has more to do with what you are doing with your dog and what kind of physical conditions they are in. In the winter (we live in Canada) the dogs are only bathed about once a month. In the summer we take them camping with...

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