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Posted on: 12:00:20 AM 3/12/2009

Well, I had a problem like this not too long ago. My vet said that I should check my Boston Terrier for worms. She was eating grass like crazy. So, I took him ...

Posted on: 10:32:57 PM 3/3/2009

We have an 11 year old English Bulldog whom we rescued at 4 weeks old. When we took him to the vet, he said the exact same thing that Razz stated. They do (usually) ha...

Posted on: 12:10:07 PM 3/3/2009

Hi and so sorry to hear about Janny. I have a 3 year old Boston Terrier who developed osteomyelitis in her left hind leg. Our vet attempted to debulk the mass bu...

Posted on: 10:46:18 PM 2/28/2009

OP = Original Poster (you, in this case)

As far as pricing, I'm not sure the range for the GS breed but I feel that you are correct in the care that pups receive based on what is paid for them. Not always, but a lot of the time.

Posted on: 5:32:29 PM 2/27/2009

I tried them once and all my dogs wanted to do was tear them to shreds! We only do the outdoor training but I think it's just up to the owner as to how they want their dog trained. Mom has a

Posted on: 5:28:51 PM 2/27/2009

I agree with Laura. That is just too long for the little fella to hold it. Someone who can walk him for you would be great! If that's not possible, can you possibly put him in a room (kitchen, laundry, etc.)? You can close the room off with a bab...

Posted on: 3:33:25 PM 2/27/2009

I totally understand where you are coming from. They are small and quick. I know (from personal experience) that it is difficult. Maybe the pineapple will help with the poop-eating. One other thing that I am aware of is regarding objects in the ...

Posted on: 3:11:22 PM 2/27/2009

I have been a Boston breeder for several years now and only 1 of my dogs did this. There is a product called FORBID that you can put in her food and that is supposed to help. We actually bought some canned crushed pineapple and started mixing it in...

Posted on: 3:12:42 PM 2/26/2009

So glad it worked! Rocky has been eating this way for many years and it really helped him too!

You can upload pictures on PhotoBucket and then post the link in a reply so we can see

Posted on: 4:22:11 PM 2/25/2009

Sounds good, Pen2. Like I said, I'm always looking for any improvements I can make in my dogs' lives. I'll do some homework! I appreciate your opinion and input.

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