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Posted on: 5:51:59 PM 12/13/2008

You stated in your post to rockprincess telling her that her pup was in "heat" and not "having a period" that your dog had already had a litter of puppies. Why didn't you keep one of those pups and then have her spayed??? You know virtually nothing a...

Posted on: 1:01:55 PM 12/7/2008

I'm so sorry to hear of the problems you are having with your baby. It is apparent you love him a lot and are mostly concerned with options that are in HIS best interests rather than yours, which is how it should be. That being said, if it were me I ...

Posted on: 9:49:34 PM 12/6/2008

Canidae recently changed several of its formulations...not sure if it is all. LOTS of people are really dissatisfied with it. So much so that Canidae is supposed to be bringing back the original formula (I think in addition to the new stuff). Hope it...

Posted on: 10:27:13 AM 12/2/2008

Her diarrhea was probably caused by the Heartguard. Can't remember at what age they are started on it, but this is likely her first dose? Also, she is probably on the smaller side of the weight range for the dose given? My minpins usually have very s...

Posted on: 9:33:07 AM 12/2/2008

Dusty, since you are willing to go to such lengths to get one of these dog/cats, you may as well sell a couple body parts and buy an intact pair. Heck it's just a few thousand more and you can breed all you want and maybe buy back your first born son...

Posted on: 12:21:42 PM 12/1/2008

As lpn said it is very common in small breeds. I hope you are planning to have her spayed at about 6 months...that would be a good time to have the teeth pulled so she only needs to be put under anesthesia once to accomplish both procedures, and it i...

Posted on: 9:31:45 PM 11/27/2008

I looked at her pictures before reading the other replies and thought she looked like a lab/shepherd mix, with possibly some chow or something else thrown in for good measure! Pretty dog whatever she is, and sounds like she has a great home with you....

Posted on: 12:49:27 PM 11/24/2008

Glad I decided to skim through the replies before doing a search on the OP's prior posts. Was pretty sure what I would find...exactly what lpn169 found! LOL This person has a real problem with the truth.

Posted on: 10:01:41 AM 11/10/2008

Poor little girl...sounds like she is coming around but her recovery is going to take a while. The yogurt you are giving her should help some with her constipation, which I'm sure is being caused by being on the meds. You might try adding a bit of pu...

Posted on: 9:44:33 AM 11/10/2008

This is another classic example of irresponsible dog owners...maddening! A while ago, in reply to someone who had taken in a large litter of dumped/abandoned puppies, I suggested writing a letter to the editor of their local paper. With the election ...

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