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Posted on: 7:16:19 AM 6/24/2011

She is freaking ADORABLE!!! I don't think she looks like a Griffon either. Maybe she is mixed with a Maltese? Run a DNA test on her and see what it says. Wisdom Panel is...

Posted on: 7:10:26 AM 6/24/2011

What does your vet say? Personally I wouldn't return him but I would ask the breeder for assistance in paying for an ultrasound to determine exactly what you are dealing with. I might even ask for, at minimum, half your purchase price be refunded. A ...

Posted on: 11:41:44 AM 6/19/2011

I understand how difficult what I am going to suggest may be for you but it may really be in her best interest. I would try very hard to find an emergency vet clinic in a town that you are driving through. Do you know anything about this dog's health...

Posted on: 11:42:51 PM 6/11/2011

My vet charges 225.00 for a dog neuter and then 100-175 on top of that for an undescended testicle. If you want to make it a little cheaper for yourself look into getting a friends of animals certificate for the neutering and then all you'll have to ...

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Posted on: 9:52:52 PM 6/8/2011

The color you chose to type your first post in is so bright I cannot read it. Try good ol fashioned black text color please.

Posted on: 6:33:16 AM 6/7/2011

Rubbing her butt on the floor, also called scooting, can be an indication that her anal glands are full and need to be expressed. If they are full and she cannot express them on her own, they can become impacted, infected and worse case scenario rupt...

Posted on: 6:55:31 AM 6/3/2011

Sounds like she may be developing an incontinence issue so a vet visit is definitely the right way to start.

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