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Posted on: 3:45:34 PM 12/1/2009

It might be a lipoma, which is just a "fatty tumor" it is not cancerous or anything. They can get quite large. Perhaps you should get a second vet opinion. You could opt to have it surgically removed, but they do tend to return afterward.

Posted on: 10:11:01 AM 12/1/2009

It is important to be vigilant about keeping her on leash or in a fenced yard. At some point in her heat, she will be overtaken by the urge to breed BUT SHE IS WAY TOO YOUNG-- pregnancy at her age would be BAD & dangerous. Keep her under your absolut...

Posted on: 11:59:47 AM 11/18/2009

Lots of females have diarrhea after delivering puppies especially if they eat the placentas.
There are a few different things to try:
boiled chicken and rice as mentioned above
plain canned pumpkin added to regular food
plain yog...

Posted on: 9:15:08 AM 11/17/2009

Has this puppy been properly de-wormed?

Posted on: 9:23:24 AM 11/16/2009

What are you feeding her now? How much does she eat per meal? Has the vet ruled out medical problems? If there are no health issues, then she may not be getting enough food. It is also possible that the food you are feeding her isn't best for her for...

Posted on: 11:35:58 AM 11/15/2009

Here are a few questions to help you assess how serious this is:
Activity level of the pups= normal or not?
Are the puppies crying or fussy?
Fluid from the noses= clear&watery or thicky and colored?
Any sneezing, coughing, hacking...

Posted on: 8:57:27 AM 11/5/2009

Even breeders who breed for tiny toys don't usually breed females under 5 pounds! This female (if real) is very small for breeding. If you insist on taking such chances and risking your female by continuing this pregnancy, please do the right thing a...

Posted on: 4:39:17 PM 10/24/2009

try using the same stuff that people use on their breasts when they nurse. Your dam may need to see a vet. I had a girl that had her first litter and she was red, raw and inflamed, she got an antibiotic from the vet and some topical cream as well.

Posted on: 10:29:23 AM 10/16/2009

There are so many medical possibilities that to guess would be a waste of time. He could be having kidney problems, diabetes, just about anything, really. He needs to see a vet. If he were mine and my regular vet couldn't see him, I'd find another ve...

Posted on: 9:05:16 AM 8/11/2009

Your puppy is teething. Find him some appropriate chew toys and let him chew to his heart's content. If the amount of blood you saw on his toy was a small amount, that is probably normal. Teething can be uncomfortable for puppies just like it is for ...

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