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Posted on: 10:26:12 PM 10/27/2007

I would most definitely contact your vet for an opinion.

Posted on: 8:09:18 AM 10/27/2007

My dog is a very picky eater and I've tried many remedies to entice her to take her medicines. What really works with her is mixing the meds with a little mashed potatoes. Maybe you could try to mix just a little bit of his food with about a teaspo...

Posted on: 8:02:20 AM 10/27/2007

OMG these are too funny! It's amazing how creative people can be. I wish my little girl would put up with keeping a costume on.

Posted on: 7:53:42 AM 10/27/2007

Thank you for the information. I appreciate that you took the time to share this with us.

Posted on: 10:36:40 AM 10/26/2007


Here's a website where you can look up and find information about dog breeds. Hope this helps.


Posted on: 7:30:13 AM 10/25/2007

You have quite an assortment of sizes. Post some pictures of your babies.

Posted on: 9:33:20 PM 10/23/2007

For those of you who have toy dogs, how far do you walk them on a daily basis?

Posted on: 3:48:04 PM 10/23/2007

Jersey...My dog also has allergies....to molds and fungi, and since I live in Florida, she is exposed to these all year round. She bites her paws and scratches her ears. I have tried many products....benadryl, tavist, and now atarax. Nothing alone...

Posted on: 3:32:33 PM 10/23/2007

Deb, Here is a poem written from the view of your beloved dog. I hope this gives you some comfort.

Letter From Your Pet in Heaven

To my dearest family,
some things I'd like to say.
But first of all, to let you know, <...

Posted on: 3:20:26 PM 10/23/2007

I've had good success with rubber latex toys and toys with long dangling feet and arms. When he playfully nips you, say "no bite" and then give him a chew toy. If you encourage or laugh at his playful nipping now, you'll be sorry later as he gets st...

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