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Posted on: 2:10:37 AM 3/25/2012

Not only is there a risk to her being so young, but also to the pups if she chooses not to nurse them...which is very common.
If she were mine, I would go ahead with the spay.

Posted on: 1:06:32 AM 2/4/2012

I agree. Glucosamine is good, however should also contain the Chondroitin AND MSN to get the best results.

Posted on: 1:02:04 AM 2/4/2012

Not sure how old the pups are, but your vet should have a shot as well that helps the dam's milk to come in. I have a homemade recipe I use when handfeeding or supplementing pups. Very likely the link that was given above has a good one as well.

Posted on: 12:58:41 AM 2/4/2012

A normal heat cycle will last, in general, 4 weeks from start to finish. If it has been longer and the bleeding is ongoing, I would have her checked by your vet to be on the safe side.

Posted on: 3:20:01 AM 1/20/2012

Thouh, i wonder about his story seeing he sold you a 'micro teacup' which not only isnt an actual type of pom, but is a typical type label that BYB's use to sell pups.

Posted on: 1:29:12 AM 12/12/2011

Have not fed it, but have heard great things about it!

Posted on: 2:08:23 AM 12/11/2011

Old post...no more resurrecting...LOCKED

Posted on: 12:11:10 AM 12/1/2011

I would NOT recommend giving Beano to your dog.
This is an anti-gas type medication not approved for animal use.
It would not treat the diarrhea anyway, I would first have the vet check the stool for a cause before medicating. If it is simp...

Posted on: 2:39:41 AM 11/24/2011

Never before 8 weeks. You will see many repsonsible breeders even waiting until 10-12 weeks, expecially in toy breeds. It is not a matter of being left alone or not, they must reach a certain maturity before they will make a good transition. Also man...

Posted on: 1:05:28 AM 11/16/2011

Your vet would be the one to consult. This sounds very similar to 'swallowing the palate' which is a non harmful event that can be reversed by massaging the throat or by covering the dogs nostrils for a short spurt.

If it is indeed a colla...

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