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Posted on: 7:04:06 AM 8/18/2013

Sounds like it might be a kidney infection. I would take her in as soon as you can get her there. Hope she is okay and it won't be anything real serious. Bless her little heart, that is bound to be painful.

Posted on: 2:58:05 PM 4/26/2013

Try giving her some canned pumpkin. Not the pie filler but the real pumpkin. I give mine little tiny bites of apple which helps too. If she doesn't get better, get her to a vet. Good luck.

Posted on: 1:02:58 AM 2/3/2013

Tapeworm is very easy to treat, but they both will need to take the pill. Also try small pieces of apple or pumpkin (not pie filler) for the one that hasn't had a bowel movement. Good luck.

Posted on: 12:29:51 AM 2/29/2012

I would take her to another vet asap. Buying from a pet store is not good. They support puppymills, backyard breeders and its inviting alot of trouble and pain. Please take her asap because these babies can go down fast. If her little gums are not pi...

Posted on: 1:26:16 AM 10/1/2011

So sorry that happened. Maybe your parents would consider rehoming him instead of putting him down. Thats a sad situation.

Posted on: 1:16:55 AM 10/1/2011

Poor little Jimmy. That has to be miserable. I give Kayla about 1/2 tsp. of children's benedryl if she starts to be really itchy and it helps alot. Good luck. Sounds like allergies.

Posted on: 1:04:35 AM 10/1/2011

Hi everyone. I live in Dallas, Tx. with my husband and 4 dogs. We have Lexi, Tina (mini schnauzers) Lexi is 3 and Tina is 14. We have 2 yorkies, Dudley and Kayla. Kayla is 4 and Dudley is 2.

Posted on: 3:57:30 AM 9/30/2011

I agree with that. I would not even attempt it. Get her to the vet and let them do a c section. May save your female and puppies if you do. Then, when she can, I would have her spayed. She will be so much better off for doing it and take alot of wor...

Posted on: 3:18:13 AM 9/30/2011

I would be real easy and wash her eyes with warm water and then use a good eye cleaner. What you are feeding her makes a big difference too. We feed our yorkies Welliness and never have a problem with their eyes matting.

Posted on: 3:39:55 AM 8/19/2011

He would be drinking alot of water if it were diabetes. They still need to have bloodwork done on him. He has his youth going for him being so young but they need to get that weight off now before he really starts to have problems.

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