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Posted on: 5:23:04 PM 1/4/2004

i'm not an owner, but they can have lots of hip dysplasia and temperament problems. do your research well on a breeder; check out the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals web site when you locate a potential breeder; and if the breeder doesn't check hip...

Posted on: 4:46:30 PM 1/3/2004

i have to disagree with all places allowing pets. having been a landlord, a renter, an owner, and an owner of pets, it has to be up to the property owner to decide. i've been to places to check out to rent that had pets and smelled the odor of cat l...

Posted on: 11:41:03 PM 12/31/2003

if males hump it's a dominance thing, rather than affection. they're trying to dominate what they hump. the pug pee thing could be a submissive thing, she's telling your friend he is dominant. i'd agree, talk to a trainer about it.

Posted on: 11:32:58 PM 12/31/2003

i have my crate for pug in the living room; we spend most our time there. he's happier that way. my pug came paper trained from the breeder. i kept it up and am glad i did because he couldn't hold it through the night for several months, and i got t...

Posted on: 10:09:43 PM 12/31/2003

I have a pug and a lab, too. The lab is 4 and the pug 1.
For food, Nutro is a great dog foo...

Posted on: 5:20:10 PM 12/24/2003

you could get some Natural Tears kind of drops that are for humans and try that in her eye. it won't hurt. my thought about the seizure thing is maybe get a second opinion from another vet? i think that sounds serious, too, and i'd want it thoro...

Posted on: 10:17:56 PM 12/18/2003

the only other option i would see is to completely remove the injured eye. that would cost less than a cornea surgery, i think. is there any place that does pet care for those who can't afford it in your area?

Posted on: 8:37:37 PM 12/17/2003

I would suggest the following: When you are at work, keep her confined to the area around the doggie door, if possible. If it's in, say, the kitchen, put a gate up at the doorway(s) to keep her contained in there. Clean all the spots she has potti...

Posted on: 7:52:27 PM 12/15/2003

i don't think you would have to have the same room every time.

Posted on: 7:50:25 PM 12/15/2003

i don't think you would have to have the same room every time.

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