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Posted on: 2:45:35 PM 8/4/2010

Why not consult a vet about this MEDICAL condition?

Posted on: 11:46:34 AM 7/19/2010

perhaps your dog's problem is OCD= Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Does he seem to have OCD tendencies? HAve you asked a vet about treating him for anxiety and/ or OCD to try to resolve this? It seems that it is going to take more than just treating t...

Posted on: 10:58:42 AM 7/10/2010

When you changed her food did you change the PROTEIN? For example: If you were feeding a food with main ingredients of chicken and corn meal-- did you change to a lamb and rice based food?

Posted on: 1:08:40 PM 7/7/2010

Has your vet done any tests to see what may be causing the diarrhea? Has your vet checked a stool sample? If the answer to these questions are no, then you need to seek another vet's opinion ASAP. There are many things that can cause diarrhea in a pu...

Posted on: 6:41:30 PM 6/30/2010

what you are doing is a good thing, and vet care is understandably expensive for someone keeping so many animals. Now, I don't want you to take this the wrong way, but if the finances aren't there, you might consider placing some of them into other h...

Posted on: 12:14:46 PM 6/25/2010

Somewhere I read that if you touch the pill with your hands, then your hands have that scent on them and whatever you try to hide the pill in such as pill pocket or cheese,etc. will pick up the traces of scent from your hands. Try something new and v...

Posted on: 9:35:27 AM 6/15/2010

Have you tried desensitization training? I advise my Poodle puppy buyers to brush & comb their puppies EVERY DAY, as well as handling their feet, faces, tails, etc. do you do any of this at home in order to get him accustomed to it?
If you answ...

Posted on: 1:45:30 PM 6/11/2010

I know this may not be exactly what you want to hear, but if I were in your situation, I might get a second opinion from a different vet. In order to diagnose the problem, there are many tests that can be run like xrays and bloodwork. Without out an ...

Posted on: 10:26:50 AM 6/7/2010

Have you checked the dam for any fever, redness of the breasts, foul discharge? You need to do a good assessment of her health, and any potential issues, or Perhaps a trip to the vet would help. It is best to treat problems in new mothers without del...

Posted on: 9:56:00 AM 6/2/2010

signs of heat in a dog include: behavioral changes such as crankiness, clingyness, needing attention, humping other dogs, as well as physical changes: swelling of the vulva, nipple enlargement and vaginal bleeding. Yes, first heats can be silent or y...

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