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Posted on: 2:34:06 PM 3/31/2008

We had a spaniel that used to do this the instant we walked out the door-she had serious separation anxiety issues. When does your dog do it, and how often? As the other posters said, UTI or marking are both logical possibilities as well, just though...

Posted on: 1:14:48 PM 3/31/2008

I sympathize with you, as I am sure most everyone here can. A couple of suggestions that may or may not be useful...

Pet insurance...if you have pretty regular vet expenses and meds, maybe this could save you a little bit-depends on what y...

Posted on: 12:57:56 PM 3/31/2008

We have a Pug, who is not exactly laid back, but definitely not threatening anyway. They tend to be very playful, get along well with other dogs, and while they can be a lit...

Posted on: 7:10:20 PM 3/11/2008

Well, it isn't like we aren't used to hair-we do live with Tim after all. It just seems a phenomenal amount of hair for such a SMALL dog. I just spent the last half hour brushing her on a sheet, and I could literally stuff a pillow with what came off...

Posted on: 5:53:09 PM 3/11/2008

We have had Sophie for 4 months now-she came into heat about a week or two after we got her, early December I think. I do not know when she had last had puppies, but judging from her saggy underbelly, it hadn't been TOO long. (for those who don't kno...

Posted on: 11:54:35 PM 2/28/2008

Yes, they are charging for it. Shelters rely on donations and government funds, and I don't know one that has enough of either to do what they would like to for the dogs. Because these people charge, they can guarantee the dogs don't get put down, an...

Posted on: 8:53:19 PM 2/28/2008

They DO have a stable life-they live witha foster family, just like any dog in Rescue does. They just ALSO spend time with other people too, but they have a home to go abck to that is always the same. The goal is still to adopt the dogs, on the webs...

Posted on: 3:42:00 PM 2/28/2008

Yes, volunteering at the shelter would be a good thing, BUT, for whatever reason, these are people who feel that option doesn't work for them. I can think of a half dozen valid reasons why that might not fit someone's life.
But that isn't really...

Posted on: 12:51:35 PM 2/28/2008

Why is it nonsense to spend time with an animal you enjoy but can't own, especially when doing so allows that dog the chance to be saved from a shelter and be loved by people? As for the money issue, well, they have to pay for the dogs' upkeep someho...

Posted on: 10:47:40 AM 2/26/2008

Me too! Can we write him in?

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