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Viewing all posts found for user moenmitz
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Posted on: 9:42:18 PM 12/27/2007

Forgive my ignorance-what is GDV?

Posted on: 2:37:49 PM 12/27/2007

Ahhh, well that makes sense, thanks! I will try the ice cubes then; good idea!

Posted on: 11:39:18 PM 12/26/2007

i-One of the dogs from the Westie rescue was a pug, and we fell in love with her and decided to keep her. Sophie is a smart, wonderful, funny little girl. She does have this...

Posted on: 11:35:24 AM 12/19/2007

I would never get mad at her, she is the sweetest thing, just confused. She has calmed down enough that now as long as she is in my lap, she will let the pups nurse. So, she is spending alot of time in my lap, taking turns with the pups, two at a tim...

Posted on: 1:44:29 PM 12/18/2007

Not a peanut butter fan apparently...any other tricks?

Posted on: 11:41:44 AM 12/18/2007

Sleep? I gave that up when I had my own kids...Well, no change so far, going to try the peanut butter thing, that is a good idea, thank you. So far we have been taking two at a time to her and just holding her down for a while to let them nurse, the...

Posted on: 8:28:25 AM 12/18/2007

well, 7 am Annie delivered number 6, along with the missing placentas (2 came out without them) She still wants nothing to do with the pups and was not even remotely interested in the placentas. We held her down and the pups got to nurse a little, bu...

Posted on: 2:17:49 AM 12/18/2007

OK, so rescue Cairn number 1 is having her pups-three so far. This is her first litter, poor girl is only a year old. So far, she has not attempted to clean or do anything with the pups. I have had to remove the sacs and cut the cords, save for the l...

Posted on: 12:47:52 PM 12/12/2007

We have had several huskies and malamutes and have found there doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason as to when or how often tehy blow their coat. I have had some do it twice a year, some only in spring, and my one fellow never loses a hair until No...

Posted on: 5:15:29 PM 12/11/2007

I had read about that in one of your posts, and that was my first worry. My vet wasn't concerned since she didnt have a fever, and so far, no odor, but I plan on taking her in anyway, just to get checked over. My van is now stuck in the driveway thou...

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