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Posted on: 12:11:47 PM 3/8/2009

sorry for the title typo "feeding my puppy"

Posted on: 12:09:35 PM 3/8/2009

my Maltese puppy has been on a strict ultra allergen free z/d diet for about a year and a half. She was started on it by one of the many vets we saw for her GI il...

Posted on: 10:59:53 PM 3/7/2009

I have a lot of environmental allergies, but have no problems with my Maltese and short-haired

Posted on: 8:58:23 PM 2/19/2009

What a beautiful baby! She is at peace now

Much hugs and support from me and my 2 babies

Posted on: 2:13:34 AM 2/19/2009

I am so sorry that you and your baby are going through this :`(

My pups will be 2 in a few weeks, and I worry all the time about what will happen when they get older

Posted on: 4:49:37 PM 2/5/2009

I had a similar situation with my boy Chihuahua. He had been going on the pee pads for a few months, and then at about 8 or 9 months old he started peeing on my bed an...

Posted on: 4:32:46 PM 2/5/2009

Many people go on vacation, and leave their pets in a kennel.

I'm sort of an odd person, I would never go on vacation if I couldn't bring the pups. Never.

We all have to make choices in life, decide what's more important...

Posted on: 10:49:51 PM 1/19/2009

Based on the "human" medicine I know, the key to sorting this out depends on if the problem is due to excessive drinking (polydipsia) or excessive peeing (polyuria).

Some diseases can cause excessive water wasting, and therefore the puppy...

Posted on: 10:34:57 PM 1/14/2009

one last thing: they make trays so you can snap the wee wee pads in, and the puppies can't drag the pads around. they can still pull it out of the tray if they so desire ;) but if you also spray the pad with bitter apply, they usually leave it alone...

Posted on: 10:30:33 PM 1/14/2009

I will start by saying that the only experience I have is with my own 2 puppies, and things I did with them was just based on following my heart and common sense, so I don't have any "professional" advice.

That being said, I believe a pup...

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