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Posted on: 9:54:06 AM 12/12/2008

You are right, if she gets damp the smell comes back. It's been drizzling here and ew, stinky girl. I have been putting a little oil of olay lotion on her head to help mask it. Truly awful smell. I have heard that tomato juice is an old wives tal...

Posted on: 10:14:59 AM 12/11/2008

Yesterday, I bought a big bottle of Dawn dish soap and scrubbed and rinsed till my back was killing me and I was as wet as Stella!! Much better now!! Thank-you for the douch idea!! I giggled when you said the pharmacist would give me funny looks!!

Posted on: 10:05:23 AM 12/11/2008

I would think that most pet owners are "casual pet owners", not show people-as quite a few of you appear to be. Most dog people are looking for companionship and a furry friend. Not a dog to parade around a show ring. And most of these people trul...

Posted on: 11:31:42 AM 12/10/2008

Exercise will help too. I have two old lady Pug dogs and they are chubby too. Esp. my little black one--TidBit. She is 9 years old and if a crumb falls on the floor--she ...

Posted on: 11:23:24 AM 12/10/2008

I do not think spays and neuters are done "just for convenience" It is not that easy to just keep your female in heat away from intact males. They will come from miles around, jump fences anything to get to that female. The bloody mess in beyond c...

Posted on: 10:08:25 AM 12/9/2008

I was expecting a shiny black pit! How nice you are able to bring him with you. I raised Pug puppies for a while and at the time I worked at a cancer treatment center. I ...

Posted on: 10:02:57 AM 12/9/2008

WOW!! Amazing! Super cool! Even Simon liked her! Thanx for sharing. I enjoyed it!

Posted on: 9:16:14 PM 12/8/2008

I believe it is becoming less and less popular to crop dog's ears. Alot of owners are seeing it as unneeded, costly, and somewhat icky! It is "going out of style". I totally agree that there are way more serious threats to dogs out there that woul...

Posted on: 9:01:08 PM 12/8/2008

He looks like he has alot of Golden Retriever in him. And maybe some G...

Posted on: 10:16:09 AM 12/8/2008

It does seem less people are opting to have their dog's ears cropped. When I was young, and working for a vet clinic--oh, about 20 years ago--almost all the breeds that cropping was done-were done. My 1st Schnauzer growing up, Frieda, had her's don...

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