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Posted on: 1:47:45 PM 2/18/2004

Rotti's and Shepards are seen the most with parvo. That reason may be that they are popular breeds. Any breed can pick it up. And can pick it up from anywhere. Your neighbours dog could bring it home (from the park) and walk on your yard, and then...

Posted on: 12:57:10 PM 2/18/2004

For some breeds all it would take is her finding some food on the floor once and will always look. She was rewarded for scavenging by finding some food on the floor. Keep your floors clean and don't give treats or attention to her when she starts t...

Posted on: 3:51:58 PM 2/16/2004

I live in Ontario and I do Know their is this service farther north. I'm glad to hear some people are framiliar with sports massage.Actually the school was Equissage, I beleive they still have a web site. There are a few complimentary treatments o...

Posted on: 3:07:32 PM 2/16/2004

Ask your vet if H/D Prescription diet would help your little friend?(H/D-Heart Diet)

Posted on: 2:55:26 PM 2/16/2004

My neighbour used to let the dog ride in the back.They used to think it was so cool and cute .What they didn't do was think ahead.The dog had no training and was not tied or crated, and one day during the summer they were out driving on a very busy...

Posted on: 3:47:03 PM 2/12/2004

Go back and start another medication, the dog may be reinfecting himself.wash everything, use stainless steeel bowls and wash with bleach and dich soap let them soak, including his water bowl.You may have made an error with the administering.rechec...

Posted on: 3:40:37 PM 2/12/2004

The sight of certain dogs would make anyone think twice before tresspassing.Jamaica is not the same as here.They don't see their dogs as wonderful companions but as possessions and pests. Its just a different way of life. I'm noyt going to judge th...

Posted on: 12:11:46 PM 2/11/2004

Thank you wench for your long story, It made me feel better about some of my rules.Especially about the matting issue.I won't dematt seriously matted dogs and some people have a problem with that, which does shock me.A man came in some time ago wit...

Posted on: 2:58:52 PM 2/10/2004

If your concerned with medications see a homeopathic vet for a second opinion, the risks are low with the meds, but the parasite will have more of an impact on the pets health in the long run.Humans can of course contract this parasite

Posted on: 2:50:06 PM 2/10/2004

********** Oh my lord please make an other choice!!Not a friendly breed, they are also a very dominent breed.You will have problems in the future for sure.One of our client just put hers to sleep because of behavioural changes, the dog started bitin...

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