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Posted on: 6:43:27 PM 4/27/2009

Just testing to see if my photo worked! Also, I posted a tribute on Saturday the 25th and it isn't posted yet, can you tell if your tribute went through or not, or just wait to see if it gets posted. Maybe since it was Saturday or something

Posted on: 12:55:07 PM 4/17/2009

Do an online search for plants that are posionous to pets. You'll get a very comprehensive listing that tells which ones are posionous and reactions to a pet ingesting them!

Posted on: 1:13:54 PM 4/13/2009

It's good that you found out that she actually had been dropped or something and that it's not a serious injury. I'll bet the groomer will totally deny anything happening, but I'd never take her back there again!! Having a groomer that comes to you...

Posted on: 12:04:27 PM 4/10/2009

I hope that your pup does okay! That's so scary. We put our turst in vets and hope that they are doing right, but sometimes a second opinion is necessary ASAP, especially if the pup seems to be continuing to go down hill. It the surgery would save...

Posted on: 11:56:27 AM 4/10/2009

That tends to make me think that going to the groomer definately had something to do with it. Was that her first trip to the groomer? She may not be hurt physically but it sounds like her feeling are definately hurt!! My ...

Posted on: 11:31:03 AM 3/27/2009

We obviously all are not up to your impecable standards. Wow, cut people some slack. Regardless of where they got the puppy, they obviously love it and it deserves the best of care and attention. The puppy had no...

Posted on: 2:07:39 PM 3/25/2009

Possibly. I think that you'd want to make sure that the older pet had experience around toddlers and/or small children and was tolerant!

Posted on: 6:06:02 PM 3/13/2009

Yes, it should be removed. Our puppy didn't lose her baby canines and the vet said that there was a great chance for infection or abcess if they weren't pulled. Normally they would do it when the dog is spayed or neutered.

Posted on: 6:01:58 PM 3/13/2009

That's a pretty hard call. Because they're your neighbors, you really can't just take the dog and expect them to not notice! If it was me, I'd have your mom talk to them and tell them that your family is worried about the dog and want to take him a...

Posted on: 1:56:23 PM 3/13/2009

You seem to need to be careful on this site, as it seems that the people here are shelter supporters (as I am also) yet only a pure bred dog is worth breeding! Kind of mixed signals that you get here. I'm sure that I'm going to get slammed for that...

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