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Viewing all posts found for user poodlerus
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Posted on: 1:40:49 PM 3/8/2010

Have you tried a strict schedule for your puppy? WHen you "make a fuss over him" do you offer a very special, high value treat that is used only for potty-training? (try boiled chicken or freeze dried liver) Do you take your puppy to the EXACT same a...

Posted on: 1:16:37 PM 3/8/2010

Potty training is the most important thing a puppy learns in a new home so I advise everyone to get on a schedule!! Schedule everything: bed time, wake up time, feeding times, walks, and excercise times, yep EVERYTHING. now the good news is that you ...

Posted on: 2:26:41 PM 2/1/2010

Do you know how to "shake him down"? I often have to do this with my Poodle pups to clear their airways.

Posted on: 1:35:16 PM 1/22/2010

Did you select this puppy yourself? If so, you did not get ripped off, you got the puppy you chose.

Posted on: 2:31:07 PM 1/20/2010

probably another issue. so many possibilities. she really ought to go to her vet for some bloodwork, at her age they can do very comprehensive bloodwork such as a "senior panel" that will show such things as complete blood count, liver function, kid...

Posted on: 8:49:05 AM 1/20/2010

Whats the matter honey? Did your x-box quit working? No mall dates today?

That cracked me up! I laughed out loud.
Hope the OP is just a troll, but how sad if it is true.

Posted on: 8:45:28 AM 1/20/2010

There are MANY possibilities!! One very common cause of itching is a food allergy. Take some time to research some Premium, high quality dog foods with natural ingredients and compare them with your current dog food. If you google dog food project an...

Posted on: 9:50:32 AM 1/18/2010

If you have been to the vet and tried 2 different meds (I hope they were antibiotics) ask your vet about doing a "trans-tracheal wash" this is where they sedate the dog and get a sample from the dog's throat to send to the lab for evaluation which wi...

Posted on: 9:34:41 AM 1/7/2010

Perhaps your dog has allergies and/or asthma. Does he have any trouble while awake? Does he cough/wheeze after exercise?

Posted on: 1:05:33 PM 12/2/2009

this needs to be discussed with a vet

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