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Posted on: 3:34:57 PM 10/18/2011

Have you had phenobarbitol levels run to determine whether the dose he is on is sufficient or needs to be increased? How about the addition of potassium bromide?

I would also seek out liver protectors such as milk thistle or denamarin. Ne...

Posted on: 5:59:05 PM 9/20/2011

The only person who can tell you whether it is too late for the surgery is the vet. Hopefully you are taking him to a board certified orthopedic/neurologist for the surgery. I would not recommend having a general practice vet do it.

Posted on: 5:54:50 PM 9/20/2011

For some dogs licking/chewing/biting a certain body part becomes an OCD. There may have been a problem initially and the dog got satisfaction from the resultant behavior and now just does it for no medical reason. It has become a behavioral thing now...

Posted on: 9:24:19 PM 9/19/2011

I did not know that. Thanks for the info!

Posted on: 9:30:30 PM 9/15/2011

Sassy would a breeder in the continental U S ship to Hawaii ?

Posted on: 9:00:57 PM 9/14/2011

Look up the corgi club of Americas website. They will have a listing of reputable breeders on their site.

Posted on: 8:56:27 PM 9/14/2011

Wow and that sounds like it's right out of movie is all I can manage to say to the poster above me. A dog that not only can take down the deer but eat her AND the baby? Wow again. Guess it's a good thing your boss got to that shed in time WHEW!!!

Posted on: 8:44:57 PM 9/14/2011

She shouldn't be going back into heat this soon. She could be in a false pregnancy, be developing mastitis, or a myriad of other problems. I would have your vet check her out just to be sure.

Posted on: 8:12:23 PM 9/11/2011

Take him to a veterinary opthalmologist. There could be many things that could be wrong and an opthalomologist would know what to look for that a reg vet might miss. You may need a referral from your vet to go see one.

Posted on: 6:29:41 PM 9/10/2011

I would suggest a couple of things. One is to take a stool sample to your vet and have her checked for worms. Next I would put her on a high performance dog food such as Purina Pro Plan Performance or Eukanuba 30/20. Also google Satin Balls for dogs....

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