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Posted on: 11:42:57 AM 9/1/2004

There are many injuries and physical disorders that represent life-threatening emergencies. There is only one condition so drastic that it over shadows them all in terms of rapidity of consequences and effort in emergency treatment. This is the gastr...

Posted on: 11:23:53 AM 9/1/2004

Since we began giving our dogs raw beef thigh bones, we have not had to do anything to their teeth. They are as white and tarter free as any dogs that I've seen. A lot of wet food will tend to build up on teeth more also. We go to a butcher about 1/2...

Posted on: 11:07:43 AM 9/1/2004

PoodlePrint - My wife does all the poodle cuts at our house except for the show. We have had real bad luck with the Andis blades from Pet Edge. They do not seem to be sharp even when we get them brand new. She is now switching to Oster Elite Cryotech...

Posted on: 11:08:40 PM 8/31/2004

EskieGirl - No, I'm not in the animal field. I'm actually a Transportation Manager for a non-profit social services agency. The word and the thought for the days come from compilations of articles that I find on the internet. My responses to other po...

Posted on: 11:59:09 AM 8/31/2004

Choosing a Dog for Children Parents dream of surprising their young children with a puppy, particularly during the holidays. They want a magic moment of childhood excitement followed by an idyllic relationship between child and puppy growing up ...

Posted on: 4:32:43 PM 8/30/2004

You never cook the bones! Cooking them makes them brittle and they can splinter and lodge in the dogs throat.. I've given raw chicken necks, but have not heard of giving other parts of chicken. Was told they were already brittle. Never give pork bone...

Posted on: 1:34:15 PM 8/27/2004

Excellent point Gbat1Stop - Never use the crate as a form of punishment!

Posted on: 12:23:35 PM 8/27/2004

The use of a crate with a dog is so common that we may automatically assume itís a good tool for all dogs. Sometimes it is, and sometimes it isnít. Good Reasons to Use a Crate 1. Puppies need to learn the skill of resting calmly in a crate. T...

Posted on: 12:25:49 PM 8/20/2004

Sorry so long, but important to know! Parvovirus Parvovirus is a viral disease of dogs. It affects puppies much more frequently than it affects adult dogs. The virus likes to grow in rapidly dividing cells. The intestinal lining has the biggest ...

Posted on: 4:20:55 PM 8/11/2004

Lady in Black, You seem to have had a wonderful dog show career and are now at the point where you can just enjoy it. What an accomplishment! 13 Titles on one dog. Congratulations! My wife and I began showing Toy Poodles 2 years ago. Nothing like ...

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