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Posted on: 11:26:00 PM 4/24/2008

Thanks for the help and I'll definetly have her checked next time we go in, which should be in the next couple of weeks.

Posted on: 11:24:39 PM 4/24/2008

Heaven forbid someone have a typo in their text. Please everyone disregard anything and everything I might say because I'm illiterate, I bet my english degree is fake huh.

Posted on: 9:33:39 PM 4/24/2008

Ruffian I get where you are coming from but I feel as if you are wasting it on someone who is clearly doing nothing wrong. Mini Aussie's are recognized by many and as the op said she breeds them as WORKING dogs which is what aussie's in general wher...

Posted on: 9:23:52 PM 4/24/2008

No I meant hyperthyroidism, like I said I realize it's rare but not impossible and from what I've read hypothyroidism is somewhat common in doxie's so even though it's the opposite effect it still seems possible to me. I have never seen her lick or ...

Posted on: 8:43:04 PM 4/24/2008

First and foremost I would of course recommend going to your local shelters and getting one there. Next I just want to inform you that there is no such thing as a "teacup" yorkie, it's just a title put there by byb's to make more money(I believe it'...

Posted on: 5:37:06 PM 4/24/2008

So I just recently moved in with my best friend and her furkid Jersey who's an eleven month old miniature dachshund. Anyway Jersey is around 6-7 pounds yet eats const...

Posted on: 5:53:41 PM 4/23/2008

It depends on why you're giving it to them. We give my Sheltie half and asprin(he's a very large sheltie at 40 lbs) when he over exerts himself and starts limping because of the pin in his leg but I don't think you should give it willy nilly because...

Posted on: 10:37:19 PM 4/20/2008

I say definitely! Seriously after owning 2 dogs I will never just have one again. Not only do I have even more to love but I think that Lucy is a lot happier now tht Duke's here. That way there's always someone for them to play with, etc.

Posted on: 5:33:00 PM 4/3/2008

First off how long ago was the hair cutting because that in itself can cause itching. Secondly what food did you switch her to because she could still be allergic to something in it. One more thing are you positive it was a food allergy? Is itchin...

Posted on: 10:41:54 PM 4/2/2008

also 95% of the rawhides you get are treated in formaydhyde and it doesn't have to say anything about that on the packaging. Seriously go smell your rawhides now bet you can smell it I know I could after I found that out. Rawhides are fine as long ...

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