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Viewing all posts found for user lovinmylucy
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Posted on: 9:19:42 PM 4/2/2008

How freaking adorable! Congrats on being a new puppy mommy! Don't worry that loving every minute of it glow will wear off soon. J/K...well kinda lol

Posted on: 7:49:13 PM 4/2/2008

I'm assuming it's the same with cats as it is dogs. It's not so much the weening that's the issue it's the interaction with mom and littermates as to why 8 weeks is the earliest an animal should be sold/given away.

Posted on: 10:49:37 AM 4/1/2008

anything new?

Posted on: 10:43:41 AM 4/1/2008

I agree with Windy bc if I'm not mistaken chi's are one of the breeds known for almost always having to have and emergency c-section. Have you had an x-ray done to better determine size and whatno?

Posted on: 12:15:28 AM 4/1/2008

I agree with Illusionminis. Poodles are notorious for needing their anal glands released.

Posted on: 11:08:04 PM 3/31/2008

Congrats!!!! I'm so excited for you and can't wait to see more pictures!

Posted on: 1:58:20 PM 3/31/2008

it will be perfectly fine and kudos on choosing a great food. Most companies create "puppy food" as a money maker and in all honesty it's not necessary. All-Life Stages just means that it meets the requirements for puppies, adults, and seniors.

Posted on: 12:23:56 AM 3/21/2008

I don't think her behavior is normal in any way BUT it is extremly workable just don't give up. Nothing is hopless if you have the will to work with her. Hopefully the vet can help you out tomorrow. Not to scare you anymore but one thing did stick...

Posted on: 10:52:57 PM 3/20/2008

great! We're still working on the bonding but they're doing much better. "My" glider Boomer absolutely LOVES his wodent wheel and the barking is adorable. Also we're stll trying to see what they do and don't like. They loved the red peppers I gav...

Posted on: 3:43:31 PM 3/20/2008

Any thing that they wouldn't get typically, ie chicken, beef, etc. should be okay I'd go for either the duck or the venison or lamb any of those should be fine. Just make sure you remember that it takes awhile to get the allergen out of the system....

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