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Viewing all posts found for user oxfordbostons
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Posted on: 3:20:02 PM 2/25/2009

As previously stated, the divider should be able to be inserted and removed from the top rather than the side; it seems to be a safety thing for me too. Do the wheels lock in place to prevent it from rolling or to prevent another dog from pushing it...

Posted on: 6:23:45 PM 2/24/2009

Thanks for the info Pen2 (oh, and no offense taken) . I'll check it out; I'm never opposed to change, especially when it's for the good! What about Iams? Someone told me that was really good for them?

Posted on: 12:33:38 PM 2/24/2009

Excellent news! Please keep us posted on how this works out.

Posted on: 12:04:58 AM 2/24/2009

I doubt the part about trimming the dew claw was taken personally, it seemed general to me... and goodness knows I can't trim one for sure myself. I've never had it happen to one of my dogs but it did happen to a br...

Posted on: 11:16:24 PM 2/23/2009

I hear ya, Laura and I, too, am respectful of your thoughts. I've just always had the dew claws removed because Boston Terriers are so active and playful and I'v...

Posted on: 10:55:45 PM 2/23/2009

Glad to hear she didn't have any accidents today! It's good that you can come home and let her out during the day.

So if she's 5 months and can hold it for 5 hours, that would be about right then.

Others will be along with ...

Posted on: 6:52:50 PM 2/23/2009

That is so sad and sounds so painful! There are people on eBay that sell home dew claw removal kits with instructions! I just can't bring myself to do that. My vet will remove dew claws for about $2.00 per pup and if any of them need their tails d...

Posted on: 6:48:13 PM 2/23/2009

I agree with Pen2. Bostons do have sensitive tummys and a consistent diet is a must. Mine have soft stools and always have but it's never loose or watery. (I know that sounds so graphic but I really can't think of any other way to put it.) It's j...

Posted on: 11:01:34 PM 2/22/2009

I think you are going to be a great parent to any dog you choose to get. You seem to be willing to do your homework and research, rather than just jumping in feet first. One suggestion I'd like to make is to maybe check with a local pet store? Rec...

Posted on: 10:45:48 PM 2/22/2009

To read inquiries on puppies you are selling:

On the left of the screen under the heading Classifieds, click on the orange Advertise / Place Ad link. This should pull up all active listings you have and ...

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