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Viewing all posts found for user minniyar
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Posted on: 4:13:12 PM 11/15/2008

I would think that if the mushroom were poisonous, you would have seen the results already. The sad thing is even if it were deadly, at this point there is nothing you can do about it because you didn't take your dog to the vet immediately or induce...

Posted on: 8:22:25 AM 11/15/2008

Agree with the previous posters. I'm curious as to the 'several reasons' why you can't keep this dog inside. I bet none of those several reasons amount to $3200 total in surgeries :P

Posted on: 6:44:45 AM 11/12/2008

If she wont eat and throws up water, you need to get her to a veterinarian immediately, as it sounds like she's got some kind of obstruction. They will X-ray her to look for the foreign object, and it may need to be removed surgically. The longer y...

Posted on: 6:24:23 PM 11/8/2008

We have coyotes in our area, which is why our dogs are in a fenced in yard :P I ain't taking any chances with that!

Posted on: 6:04:42 PM 11/8/2008

constantly handling his feet during normal petting sessions can help. I really think that trying to calm or soothe him is a mistake... in a nervous dog, this can acutally make things worse because they are like, "OMG she's trying to calm me down, so ...

Posted on: 3:25:08 PM 11/7/2008

Honestly there's no telling what breeds your dog could be. It's possible that the pups in that litter all inherited a recessive gene for a natural bob tail... Some

Posted on: 12:17:38 PM 11/3/2008

If a child comes across that and decides to cook the family pet, I wouldn't blame the website, but the parents for not supervising their child, not just for internet activity but in regards to how they care for the pet.

Posted on: 9:13:50 AM 11/3/2008

I've seen that website before. While it is in poor taste, it's sarcasm, not a real 'recipe' for cooking cats, and as such I doubt that Google (or any other search engine or site) is going to remove it. The images show on the website where they are ...

Posted on: 8:07:06 AM 11/2/2008

Do you feed them separately? Do they get fed at specific times during the day? Do they get any treats?

Posted on: 8:09:33 AM 10/30/2008

With the thousands of great labs out there, why would you want to breed an unregistered lab of unknown pedigree? You have no idea what his parents were like, both could have had hip or elbow dysplasia and passed the gene on to him.

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