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Posted on: 12:34:29 AM 7/10/2009

I would put a ad in the paper with a P.O. box( not my home address or phone ) and make them discribe what they lost not tell them a brief case if after a year no one claimed it I would give it all away to people I thought needed it ... ...

Posted on: 12:21:52 AM 7/10/2009

Our last cocker had such horrid skin infections we had to put her on a human anti organ rejection medication she would pull her hair out and chew herself raw or to bleeding........ nothing helped for long... actually I made her clothes to cov...

Posted on: 12:09:45 AM 7/10/2009

It is probably a yeast infection you have to keep their ears dry . You can get a cleaner from the vet that cleans and drys the inside of the ears it is about 15.00 a bottle and lasts surprisngly a long time and clean her ears once a week afte...

Posted on: 12:03:16 AM 7/10/2009

My sons choc lab has that . You can actually see it bubble out of her,while she sleeps. he got some meds from the vet and he also has her on deer antler pills and it helps but it is astonishing to see it bubble out !!! And..... she is...

Posted on: 11:59:34 PM 7/9/2009

I had my 14 wk old pup to the vet today for her shots and found out she had a yeast infection in one ear already!

I know cockers are prone to this , but at 14 weeks!? We have had 4 cockers this on...

Posted on: 1:48:21 PM 7/9/2009

I never yell at her if she has a accident ( you don't want her to be afraid of you other wise they tend to potty where you cant see them ( behind the couch or else where )because they relate going potty with your displeasure )but if you cat...

Posted on: 12:57:50 PM 7/9/2009

how do I get my 14 week old to not pull and to heel ? i dont like the choak collars. she does well when we first take off but then as we round the corner to come home, she pulls so hard her frt feet don't tou...

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