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Posted on: 5:24:52 AM 8/19/2010

They used to figure it 7 human years for each dog year, but redid the formula, based on size and breed a year or two ago.

Since he's small breed, I'd stick with the 7 years, so Jimmy is now somewhere around 40 in human years. So delighted...

Posted on: 5:07:23 AM 8/19/2010

I have friends of the Muslim faith, just as I do pretty much every recognized (and a few not so much) religions.

I am all for the freedom of religion. I am NOT however in favor of building a Mosque within the sight of ground zero. IMHO I...

Posted on: 5:23:13 AM 8/15/2010

Try the humane society or rescue. You're looking for a small mixed breed pup. There are TONS in the shelters & rescue (most of which are by one of the known breeds) and they won't cost you an arm & a leg.

Posted on: 9:19:43 PM 8/9/2010

You can find a non-papered dog of just about every breed (and then some) in shelters for about 1/10th that price. Rescues as well, many of which do have "papers".

Posted on: 5:48:33 AM 8/9/2010

Remember that you can treat the house and the pets, but if you don't treat the yard, they'll be back with full vengeance. We use a spray dispenser attached to the hose to spray a mix of bleach water. It doesn't harm the yard, but keeps the fleas ou...

Posted on: 10:16:54 AM 8/8/2010

Welcome to the forum! Hope to see some pics of Lala and looking forward to getting to know you both.

Posted on: 5:48:32 AM 8/7/2010

Mayish is right. Cooked chicken bones have the marrow dried out and moisture from the bone drawn off, so they splinter and can create a world of very dangerous problems.

Posted on: 6:49:39 AM 7/17/2010

First of all, be very careful, If it is on fact a skink they are toxic to dogs (not sure about cats, but possibly).

If a dog eats a lizard, no problem. If a dog eats a skink, they will have to be treated by a vet for poisoning.

Posted on: 11:59:35 AM 7/15/2010

Um, Juno...I just spit a mouth full of water on the monitor!

***Edited By: pyrmom on 7/15/2010 12:00:11 PM***
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Posted on: 7:10:24 PM 7/14/2010

Since the OP is in New Castle, Pennsylvania, here is the answer to the question.

Excellent information on http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?...

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