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Posted on: 1:03:13 PM 5/26/2010

take her to the vet for an xray or ultrasound. As many here will tell you, if you have no intention of breeding her, your best bet to avoid this in the future is to get her spayed.

Posted on: 1:01:47 PM 5/26/2010

If someone has a compromised immune system, what are they doing bringing a dog to them in the first place. I would think that they would want to keep as many germs/bacteria away from them. Even the cleanest, non-raw fed dog, still has bacteria on t...

Posted on: 12:55:08 PM 5/26/2010

I hope you research your bloodlines of your males and females to make sure that they are a credit to the breed, not just something you picked up. Also, what health testing have you done? What registries are you with? Remember, some registries are ...

Posted on: 12:53:28 AM 5/18/2010

Ok, here is what I have had to do, where I got the idea, and if it worked.

I have a breeding pair of australian shepherds. They are a high energ...

Posted on: 5:13:10 AM 5/12/2010

I use simular ideals with my dogs and my kids. If they do something right, they get praise and possibly a treat. If they do something wrong, they get punnished.

I have told my kids when it comes to fights, don't start it, finnish it. ...

Posted on: 2:19:46 AM 5/4/2010

You could also look for a Westie rescue in your area. Your local branch of the Westie parent club could also referr you to a reliable breeder.

Posted on: 1:10:29 AM 3/31/2010

I agree that it is a "Quality vs Quantity" issue. Yes, you may treat his ailments for a while and make his pain less. However, he would still be in pain. All you would be doing is making yourself more comfortable.

For DD who says that i...

Posted on: 3:10:03 AM 3/24/2010

Make sure that you have done all the research on what a German Shepherd requires regarding space, energy, food, health issues, ect. Make sure that your pare...

Posted on: 4:20:02 AM 3/18/2010

I believe that animals are more *sensative* than humans. They know when a storm is comming by the change of pressure in the atmosphere and noises that are too faint for us to hear.

However, I do believe that animals can tell when someone ...

Posted on: 3:07:49 AM 3/16/2010

I work in a meat shop processing pork daily. Pretty much any form of pork is a doggie no-no. Raw pork can have a parasite called Trichinosis. Some commercial pork from the big plants are clear of this, but most farm raised, non-commercial pork, st...

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