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Posted on: 11:59:36 AM 7/25/2008

My 15 pound 2 year old cockapoo just ate a bandaid that one of the girls left on the stairs at our house. It was in the wrapper and she ate the whole thing. We tried to get it away from her but it was too late. I know that the breed and some other sm...

Posted on: 11:26:24 AM 7/25/2008

I had a similar situation when my 2 year old cockapoo was just a puppy. She was biting and scratching herself and also some other items in the house. She wasn't at the point of breaking the skin, but she was getting into a habit of it. One of our fri...

Posted on: 5:13:47 PM 7/24/2008

My vet for my 2 year old 15 lb. cockapoo told us that grapes, raisins, and chocolate are bad for dogs. But is it also true that if a dog picks up gum off the street that is sugarfree, they can be poisoned as well? I don't know about other dogs but So...

Posted on: 5:06:22 PM 7/24/2008

well...we are not vets as someone already said. some vets recommend benadryl for certain dogs, but for other dogs it may be dangerous. I know that my 2 year old cockapoo gets so scared on the 4th that we have to put her in a room with no windows so t...

Posted on: 4:57:51 PM 7/24/2008

Is there a website out there that will give a whole list of items that will be either toxic to dogs or hurt them in any way? I am always finding that my dog is eating stuff around the house that is obviously attempt hidden...

Posted on: 4:51:40 PM 7/24/2008

The only time that I have experienced a situation like this is when my almost 2 year old cockapoo is moved to a new place or put into the kennel. There is no medical explanation behind my dog's behavior, but she will not eat or drink or go to the bat...

Posted on: 4:37:40 PM 7/24/2008

Hi , i was wondering if you knew how dangerous a 15-pound cockapoo eating a band-aid still in the wrapper.... it would be a great help
thank you

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