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Posted on: 1:01:19 PM 7/26/2006

I don't want to get in a big debate over dog foods. But check the label if the first ingredient is corn or rice and not meat I wouldn't use it. Consider a premium food such as Nutros, Science Diet, Eukanuba, Pro Plan. Most of the time if you ca...

Posted on: 12:52:01 PM 7/26/2006

When my corgi was vomiting like that they ended up going in and taking a biopsy of her stomach to find out she was allergic to something in her food.

How about cat lax several times a week? I've heard it used for things other than harib...

Posted on: 12:47:13 PM 7/26/2006

I heard that pregnant dogs should be fed a good quailty puppy food during pregnancy and while the puppies are nursing.

***Edited By: pwcorgilover on 7/26/2006 12:48:09 PM***
Reason: correct

Posted on: 12:30:42 PM 7/26/2006

You have got to be kidding! Where is your mother? You have some attention issues, don't you?

Posted on: 12:27:17 PM 7/26/2006

Bless you for taking in this poor creature. Love and patience is what she needs. Training once she is comfortable with you will be essential to ensuring she doesn't become fear aggressive.

I too took in a rescue 9 years ago. It took a...

Posted on: 12:17:46 PM 7/26/2006

I currently have 3 cats and 2 dogs. As you can imagine I can't leave food out all the time. Here are the reasons I don't leave food out.

1) You don't really know how much your animal is eating so how do you know when they stop eating o...

Posted on: 12:04:53 PM 7/26/2006

I would have sympathy if I was sure it wasn't a child troll. Now, I realize I'm new but this kid was a pain in the neck yesterday.

They didn't have computers when I was a kid! So I am not sure how I would have acted.

Posted on: 11:45:20 AM 7/26/2006

Exactly how many screen names do you have? Did you notice your other posts were removed? I would be asking myself at this point why?!

Posted on: 11:13:54 AM 7/26/2006

wiggly white things? those are tapeworm segments. The flea is needed for the tapeworms lifecycle and will definatley transfer tapes to dogs and cats however not every flea has tapeworms.

The other thing I wanted to tell you is that mos...

Posted on: 11:05:49 AM 7/26/2006

Frontline is not suppose to be water soluable. In other words you can bathe your animal after you have applied. Advantage you can't. I would bathe my animal first and once dry apply the Frontline. Frontline works very well and you shouldn't hav...

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