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Posted on: 4:27:16 PM 11/7/2008

I agree with Pen2. As I was reading your post the first thing I too thought of was mange.

Posted on: 12:04:55 PM 11/6/2008

It certainly sounds as if your little guy has a luxating patella. You probably already know that it is very common in many breeds, especially so in toy breeds. There is also a lot of information out there, including right here on the TP website. Ther...

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Posted on: 10:11:27 PM 10/31/2008

Read the forum rules real close didn't you?

Posted on: 7:30:27 PM 10/31/2008

My first thought too was kennel cough. I agree...a trip to the vet is in order.

Posted on: 7:28:30 PM 10/31/2008

I have read this before but not sure if it was here or somewhere else. I cried as much reading it this time as I did the first. Unfortunately, stories like these never seem to reach the people that really need to see them.

Posted on: 11:05:41 PM 10/29/2008

I'm curious as to the reason(s) you want to breed your male. Also, it really doesn't sound to me as if the person who has the female lab is very knowledgeable about breeding. What are her reasons for breeding?

Posted on: 10:56:29 PM 10/29/2008

Great post Drogheda Bullmastiff. If only the people who really need to read this would take it to heart.

Posted on: 10:07:56 AM 10/28/2008

I too feel spaying your JRT is your best option in this situation, and I also agree that your vet is an absolute idiot! While it is never a pleasant prospect to have to abort, have it done ASAP while any "puppies" are still basically a blob of cells....

Posted on: 10:26:31 AM 10/27/2008

What a great story...thanks so much for sharing it. It certainly seems that K2 told you it was time for him to go. May he have a peaceful journey to the Bridge.

Posted on: 8:35:01 PM 10/23/2008

You really need to get him into the vet ASAP...there is no need to be embarassed about it. As Pen2 said, this could very likely be a urinary tract infection or he needs his anal glands expressed. Either one left untreated can get much more severe and...

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