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Posted on: 8:52:57 PM 8/11/2010

Yeah, that would suck. Why would a specific temperature issue pop up after four years?

Posted on: 12:24:08 AM 8/11/2010

Well, that was sarcastic and unnecessary.

I would keep her as immobile as possible, as it sounds like your vet is hoping it was temporary nerve damage. Nerves regenerate, so the hope is that if it was pinched or damaged, it will repair. ...

Posted on: 3:51:47 PM 8/10/2010

Sounds like you will have a litter shortly. The temp drops up to 24 hours before giving birth, but my bitch usually delivers within 12 hours. You have been through this before, so you know what to do from here. I wish you the best and hope all of ...

Posted on: 12:40:33 AM 8/10/2010

In addition to what Ruffian stated, I would look for basic obedience, possibly the STAR program through AKC. Many pet training facilities offer this. There are so many types of training you can do with her and she could eventually be a therapy dog ...

Posted on: 10:36:13 PM 8/9/2010

You guys are funny. It has been in the 90's here and I am miserable. At least it gets down to the 60's at night, so we use window fans. No one has A/C here in the mountains. Yesterday, it dropped to 77 degrees and I am in heaven, but nights are n...

Posted on: 10:22:59 PM 8/9/2010

A couple things from your post: "She's spoiled to death", this may be the root of the problem. If she rules the roost, then the house is hers and she will treat it as she wishes. You need to take control. Her adult teeth are in and chewing may no...

Posted on: 12:45:50 AM 8/9/2010

If you rebomb, I would take your puppy away for 24 hours. I think too many chemicals could cause damage to her. When we lived in California, we were told to keep our animals out for a full day.

Posted on: 11:34:20 PM 8/8/2010

Welcome. You won't meet a finer group of individuals on this forum. They are honest, helpful and all have a passion for their pets. Glad you found the forum and I look forward to seeing you online.

Posted on: 11:18:37 PM 8/8/2010

I would not worry about it. $30 doesn't even cover a bag of dog food and most likely, your vet wouldn't even charge you the extra when she is spayed.

I am surprised that a reputable breeder would not deduct the cost from the purchase pri...

Posted on: 5:48:58 PM 8/8/2010

Received a call today from an owner of one of our pups. She lives in Lubbock Texas and her pup has had skin allergies. His symptoms are: red, swollen skin around his nails, bumps on his skin and secondary staph infection. The vet has recommended ...

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