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Viewing all posts found for user kiwidogluvr
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Posted on: 1:32:12 AM 7/26/2007

Like the above poster said, with lots of attention and handling, the rabbit will get used to you.
If you do take it to see the vet, try and find one nearby that specializes in smaller animals.
You could also see if theres a rabbit breeder...

Posted on: 10:31:43 PM 7/16/2007

you can also put some pineapple juice on the dogs food. It tastes nice to them on the food, but it will deter them from eating their poop!

Posted on: 10:28:37 PM 7/16/2007

I think we've gone through every kind of chew toy out there!
We got our pup some of the puppy nylabones, but as he got older and started teething, he was chewing straight through them and getting off large chunks. Kong makes chew sticks called "...

Posted on: 8:54:03 PM 6/27/2007

I have a golden retriever that does it too. Not every time he drinks though so it must be that he's gulping too fast sometimes.

Posted on: 8:49:37 PM 6/27/2007

Our vet said 6 months as well. He said it can be done sooner or later than that, but he said 6 months is when most dogs have it done.

Posted on: 9:06:24 PM 6/24/2007

whoa, thats a long list! Any breeds NOT on it?!

I know that when we bought our section to build a house there were certain breeds of dogs we werent allowed to have. Staffies and pitbulls are the only ones I can remember. We also cant have ...

Posted on: 9:02:46 PM 6/24/2007

Omg, that is awful. I cant even comprehend what it would be like to have that happen to my own dog.

I just signed too.

Posted on: 4:18:42 AM 6/23/2007

oh my goodness! I knew dogs ate some weird stuff but wow! So far the worst Baileys managed to eat before we've got it back is a sock. And that was bad enough!
He likes to eat dried worms off the conrete though!

Posted on: 1:42:12 AM 6/23/2007

I havent experienced it personally, but I have read that a clear discharge IS normal. But then again, if you are concerned have a chat with your vet and they can put your mind at ease.

Posted on: 1:25:31 AM 6/21/2007

Our dog ruins our plants too! We got him a sandpit to dig in, which has helped, but he does still chew the plants leaves and climbs all over them. We got 2 different bitter taste sprays to use which had little to no effect! I'm hoping the chewing is ...

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