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Viewing all posts found for user luvmydoxys
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Posted on: 3:42:28 PM 4/30/2008

What a pity. An opportunity to help and guide someone interested in breeding just thrown away. Now perhaps they will never seek guidance.

Posted on: 10:46:47 PM 4/29/2008

I agree with above, be careful. I once took in a stray pregnant pit I found running around in the muddle of winter and almost lost one of my dachshunds when she attack...

Posted on: 10:34:12 PM 4/29/2008

You are right to not want exposure to your pups. We just recently got over a big mess. One weekend I accompanied a friend of mine to several pet shops looking at birds. Some had puppies and of course I had to pet them. Then several days later I had s...

Posted on: 1:48:58 PM 4/29/2008

6 weeks is the absolute earliest a puppy should be vaccinated. I myself wait until they are 7-8 weeks of age. 2 more boosters at 3 weeks apart each.

Posted on: 9:01:00 PM 4/26/2008

No that's junk too. I'm sorry but I feel that if it can be found at Wal-Mart, Target, grocery store, etc.. then it is not quality dog food. I too agree that if you feel you absolutely MUST buy your food from Wal-Mart then at least get the Purina One...

Posted on: 10:14:40 PM 4/24/2008

Well, rare certainly doesn't mean impossible. Best to have it checked out. I once had a beagle puppy who became very ill. Turned out that she started out with Addisons di...

Posted on: 9:17:59 PM 4/24/2008

I think health guarantees should cover not only fatal issues but any genetic problem that prevents the dog from living a normal, comfortable life without medical intervention. The cost of the dog should then be refunded in full and the owner allowed ...

Posted on: 9:02:53 PM 4/24/2008

Hyperthyroidism in dogs is rare. Maybe you are confusing it with hyperadrenocorticism (also known as Cushing's Disease) or hypoadrenocorticism (also know as Addison's Disease).

Posted on: 1:58:43 PM 4/24/2008

You hit the nail on the head with "Time". Dachshunds CAN make substantial progress with this condition but it takes many, many weeks. I know it seems horrible to keep ...

Posted on: 1:54:36 PM 4/24/2008

I am so sorry to hear that. This just sends shivers down my back. Just last week I had one of my doxies spayed and there were problems with her awakening from the anesthetic. The vet came out and told me she wasn't doing too well. But thank god they ...

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