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Viewing all posts found for user shinyblackpit
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Posted on: 12:26:53 AM 8/16/2011

Don't take the Ragdoll.. It's defective-- gets into the trash! *gasp*

Posted on: 12:17:21 AM 8/16/2011

I have no personal experience in this area, but this thread may be of help to you.
http://www.terrificpets.com/forum/47517.asp

Posted on: 10:14:58 PM 8/13/2011

Welcome! Who's the smiley critter in your avatar?

Posted on: 12:42:02 AM 8/12/2011

They'll come around! I remember when I was a child and my family moved. We'd had our two cats for years, so they were totally comfortable with US, but not with the new house! They both hid for 2-3 days. One of them stayed under furniture for about a ...

Posted on: 12:59:46 PM 8/8/2011

With toddlers, there is a learning curve, just like with everything else. PUlls on dog's ear. Mom says NO! Just like she would with hot coffee or sharp objects. They have to be taught, just like they have to be taught everything else. But it might ta...

Posted on: 1:15:43 AM 8/8/2011

When babies have it, putting baby oil on it is recommended. For a dog, I wouldn't use baby oil, but I'd use a cotton ball or q-tip to apply cooking oil. Of course I don't mean put a q-tip down IN the ear, but on outer areas where you see the flaky, d...

Posted on: 4:41:34 PM 8/6/2011

There are a few places linked here that may be of help:
http://www.massanimalcoalition.com/resources/spay-neuter/spay-neuter.html

Posted on: 10:51:49 PM 8/2/2011

I just sent you one. If you got it, you can receive them! :-)

Posted on: 12:58:40 PM 8/2/2011

Maybe you could go out the door and give your boyfriend treats to give him, go back inside, and then let boyfriend come in and speak softly to him while handing him treats. If he's growling even while seeing the treat, he should probably just speak s...

Posted on: 10:47:57 PM 8/1/2011

Of your two questions, one has been answered and the other was only posted today, a few hours ago. It may be that nobody that has seen it so far knows the correct answer. Patience, Grasshopper!

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