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Posted on: 1:03:18 AM 7/10/2005

Growing trend of pet law gives animals their day in court.

William Hageman
Chicago Tribune

The veterinarian botches routine surgery, and now the family cat resembles something out of Stephen King's "Pet Sematary." Or t...

Posted on: 12:12:11 AM 7/10/2005

9pm to 6 am is kinda long for a puppy, I believe you said she was 9 weeks in another post?

Get up one last time around 1:30 to let her out.

My dog holds it from about 12 til 6 and she is 13 weeks.
When we are up during ...

Posted on: 1:04:46 AM 7/9/2005

Huron what country are you from? The story you told reminds me of this:


Posted on: 12:12:57 AM 7/9/2005

Lucky dog.



Posted on: 11:50:09 PM 7/8/2005

She didn't say "Who's ever been mauled?"
A bite is a bite. Don't discount them please.


Posted on: 11:31:26 PM 7/8/2005

Chow Chow- face. Age 3 (Surprised dog while it was being fed)
Australian Shepherd/Labrador Retriever mix- hand. Age 11 (Reached out to pet a dog and read the tail wagging sign thing all wrong)
Toy poodle-feet. All different ages. (Wheneve...

Posted on: 6:11:46 PM 7/8/2005

I didn't pick up a puppy, but I picked up my sugar gliders at BWI airport via Continental Airlines.

The woman I purchased my gliders from made sure I had all the things I needed such as the airway bill number which is like the animals o...

Posted on: 3:45:03 PM 7/7/2005

DO NOT SIMPLY FEED THEM HARD BOILED EGGS. They are high in phosphorus and not good for them. Hard boiled eggs are ok to use in a larger recipe that you are adding them to but you need to know how to balance them properly with the vitamins and calci...

Posted on: 4:11:14 AM 7/7/2005

Puppy proof your house. Including wires, picking up things they shouldn't get into just like you would with a baby.

As far as him chewing on things like chair legs and stuff that simply has to stay where it is, spray it with bitter appl...

Posted on: 11:21:47 PM 7/5/2005

Maybe next time try to distract him in order to get it away from him, or try to hand feed him a few times so he gets used to your hands being around his food and mouth.

He thinks you are trying to take away his food.

When my...

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