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Viewing all posts found for user mistyrun
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Posted on: 10:35:58 AM 12/25/2010

Another problem could be "kennel cough". You can get a shot for this at most health supply stores and give it yourself, if that doesn't freak you out. It is a preventative vaccine but it also cures most cases. Not everyone will admit that but my v...

Posted on: 7:58:43 AM 12/21/2010

It sounds like a problem with marking but there is also the possibility of a bladder infection. The reason I suggest this is because one of our puppies that went to his new home ruined the carpet in several rooms till they realized he had a bladder i...

Posted on: 5:15:55 PM 12/20/2010

I don't know whether he is a dog or puppy or what kind of breed. Puppies and sometimes even older dogs can take awhile to adjust to a new place and people, and sometimes in the summer the big breeds will go off feed and can go even up to three days ...

Posted on: 12:21:00 PM 12/20/2010

when did he last eat? Is it a different texture or brand from what he was used to previously?

Posted on: 8:07:45 AM 12/20/2010

I'm not a profesional dog trainer, but I wonder what would happen if you gave her a time out in another room or an outside run for awhile every time she misbehaves. She is at a very "bratty teenager" stage right now and needs alot of direction to fe...

Posted on: 11:38:45 AM 12/18/2010

I have a 2 day old Bernese Mtn. Dog puppy with a very hard stomach that screams whenever he moves and seems to be in great pain. He had a bowel movement so i don't think it's constipation. He seemed just fine yesterday; labor and delivery were norm...

Posted on: 8:50:35 AM 12/7/2010

Is she eating and drinking normally? Take her temp; anything higher than 102.5 is sign of infection. If she's eating and caring for the litter without signs of distress she should be fine.

Posted on: 9:51:47 AM 12/6/2010

get her a crate or pack and play with a chewy toy or two for overnight. the crate is not a punishment; they come to see it as their own little den

Posted on: 5:36:02 PM 11/29/2010

i haven't been getting them anymore either. thought maybe they stopped doing that...

Posted on: 4:25:30 PM 11/24/2010

take her temp. If over 101 she has an infection from something. If no infection and she just seems tired ( who wouldn't be after a labor like that!) try giving her this formula- 2 cups of milk, 4 egg yolks, 3 tablespoons mayonaise,and a "glug" of c...

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