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Posted on: 10:24:19 PM 9/9/2011

Glad he is doing better. Keep us posted on his progress!

Posted on: 5:31:26 AM 9/8/2011

Lift the loose skin on the back of his neck up into a tee pee shape and then let it go. If it immediately returns to normal he is hydrated and must be drinking enough. If it takes a free seconds to return then he is not hydrated and you need to make ...

Posted on: 9:34:39 PM 9/7/2011

As I was leaving work this evening a guy was standing outside with his Tibetan Mastiff. He was there socializing him. After I walked out a guy walked out with his Pitbul...

Posted on: 9:25:11 PM 9/7/2011

It sounds to me like your dog is fine, especially given the fact that everything else about him is normal. What I would do is check his skin for signs of bruising, check the whites of his eyes for any redness that would appear like he burst blood ves...

Posted on: 10:32:04 PM 9/6/2011

Ham is not generally something to feed a dog when you are trying to settle their stomach. Ham is high in fat and in some dogs it can cause pancreatitis which can be a serious, sometimes fatal, disease. If you are feeding a bland diet it should be eit...

Posted on: 10:43:04 PM 9/5/2011

I would wait until the puppy is six months of age. I would not neuter any younger than that. They really need those hormones for proper brain development and growth.

Posted on: 2:11:53 PM 9/4/2011

I think the UKC classifies them as their own breed now. They are now just called White Shepherds instead of White German Shepherd Dog. I think it's totally r...

Posted on: 11:41:22 AM 9/4/2011

Sounds like it is normal. You could have bloodwork done because some metabolic diseases can cause hairloss without any signs of something being wrong with the skin itself. Have her checked and let us know what your vet says!

Posted on: 11:26:26 AM 9/4/2011

I absolutely recommend getting the puppy neutered. Besides some behavioral benefits to having him neutered, like he won't be lifting his leg to mark things in your home, there are several health benefits as well. One of those health benefits is elimi...

Posted on: 11:17:27 AM 9/4/2011

Are you talking about the area that would be equivalent to a human's armpit? I have noticed that a lot of breeds who have similar coats to a Boston tend to be hairless in that area and sometimes tend to lose the fur on the underside of their chest as...

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