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Posted on: 7:49:03 AM 7/21/2011

It is prefered to be done at 3-5 days. Once they are older, it is a surgical procedure to have done. But, considering the amount of times he has already tore them, you would be best, IMO to have the vet do the surgery to removed them. Will be best fo...

Posted on: 3:44:37 PM 7/14/2011

All breed and mixes of dogs do this, unless there is a physical reason they cannot, as mentioned above.

Posted on: 3:42:15 PM 7/14/2011

It varies and they bleed different amounts and different shades as they progress through their cycle. The entire cycle takes 3-4 weeks from start to finish. Plan on having your girl away from all intact males for at least 4 weeks.

Posted on: 3:38:55 PM 7/14/2011

Once you choose a breeder, they will have this information or know who to contact to get it.

Posted on: 3:31:59 PM 7/14/2011

This varies from State to State and County to County. You will have to contact your Count court house and ask them to direct you to the proper place for this info for your area.

Posted on: 4:18:00 AM 6/9/2011

I had this issue with a newborn pup once before. My vet directed me to place a small amount of mineral oil in each feeding until he is able to go.

Posted on: 4:15:12 AM 6/9/2011

I have in over 30 yrs only had coccidia one time. It was in an adult that stays home, not a puppy or one of the show dogs that travels all over.

She was treated, any other dogs showing signs were all seperated (will spread like wildfire) i...

Posted on: 4:07:47 AM 6/9/2011

What grade did the vet give the degree of luxation in each leg?

Posted on: 2:38:14 AM 4/23/2011

They are generally docked as newborns, I cant say I have ever seen an undocked one to know how the tails look natural.

Posted on: 3:59:01 AM 4/13/2011

Looking for a 'calmer dog' then consider getting an adult, and definitely not the beagle, they are very active and highly challenging as puppies.

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