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Viewing all posts found for user pugpal
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Posted on: 7:19:55 PM 1/5/2008

I have a 6-month old pug puppy named Barney. He is in good health, up-to-date on all shots, etc., and was just neutered last month.
I know this may be a lot i...

Posted on: 10:43:54 PM 9/4/2006

Well, thanks for the input. I'll try separating them next time, maybe the anxiety did rub off on the other. I do make it a point to touch their feet and get treats while clipping; and I will continue to do that, too.
Hopefully, it will be a on...

Posted on: 12:17:33 AM 9/3/2006

Today was nail clipping day for both our puggies. Our older dog, who's usually pretty good during this, had some issues and freaked out. Then, we went to clip the puppy's nails, who has had them done before with no incident; and he freaked, too! An...

Posted on: 11:07:35 PM 8/21/2006

Hi there,
Just happy to report that we got our new puppy! His name is Poncho, he came home last Monday and has been doing very well.

If you're interested in some pics, here's his dogster page:

Posted on: 1:12:12 PM 7/27/2006

First, I would not Frontline again until 30 days is up; if I am not mistaken, you cannot reapply before the 30 days. If you have the box, double-check there or with your vet. I'm not too sure, but I wonder if it could be allergies.

Posted on: 7:30:58 AM 7/27/2006

Great. Thanks for the info!!

Posted on: 10:54:38 PM 7/26/2006

Hi, :)

I have a two-and-a-half year old male pug (Buster). Just today, we found a puppy, also a male, and we can take him home in 3 weeks (he will be 8 weeks ol...

Posted on: 10:35:29 PM 7/26/2006

I just wanted to say that my puggie ONLY manages to get hurt or sick on holidays and weekends!
The vet refers us to the emergency clinic, thankfully itis right down the street; and it's $99 just to walk in the door!
It's expen...

Posted on: 10:43:07 PM 7/1/2006

I did not see it, but I have a feeling that my dog may have eaten some dead skunk or something, because he SMELLS! (I know he wasn't sprayed, but my neighbor's dog is known for leaving his kill around our yard.)
I have already bathe...

Posted on: 5:34:37 PM 9/10/2005

Like I mentioned earlier, we used a very small crate, but it still took a while for our dog to stop peeing in the crate and in the house. We asked our vet, and he told us that since the dog is sooooo stubborn, to "make it the scariest thing in the ...

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