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Posted on: 2:40:48 PM 12/24/2008

Wow, you have quite the Bully on your hands. (Snicker)
Bull Terriers are kind of known
to be obsessed
about things.
We Used to have a

Posted on: 2:29:18 PM 12/24/2008

I would like to congratulate Leeza on turning 15 years old on the 21'st. Not many frenchies make it past 12.

Posted on: 7:53:47 PM 12/21/2008

I would guess perhaps shes been feeling nauseous?, is the licking, licking an object?, or just the nose.Is it soon before or after a meal?, after shes been outside?, does she lick her feet?
Does she chew on sticks?

Posted on: 10:58:11 PM 12/20/2008

What your talking about is an upper respiratory infection. Normally they will give you meds or just let the infection run its course and it will soon pass.Get youtself some Immune booster Vitamins.Don't worry from time to time my older dog gets the i...

Posted on: 10:49:59 PM 12/20/2008

I wouldn't say it sounds normal, what kind of food is it?
Maybe shes developing a sensitive stomach.
Could you feed her out of a tricky treat ball all the time instead of a bowl.
Perhaps the Vet could give you something, like sulcrate ...

Posted on: 10:42:23 PM 12/20/2008

Abuse is definetly a possibility, but it is probly just a lack of early social skills. Start useing food rewards with strangers, praise the dog for good behavior. Start basic training everyday, training can boost the confidence.

Posted on: 8:49:24 AM 12/16/2008

Every Vet will give you differnet answers on this one.
Take the bag of food and decide on how much she should get in one day. Feed that ration any way you wish. I feed my dogs once a day, they are small dogs, each dog is a bit different.

Posted on: 8:40:36 AM 12/16/2008


Most dogs dig because its fun and because they are bored.
Could you give the dog one area that he is allowed to dig in.
Keep burying things that he likes in that certain hole, like toys, bones etc. if you keep bateing t...

Posted on: 2:56:47 PM 12/13/2008

That is not something we do in an animal hospital.
That is a procedure done to livestock.
There are a few reasons why they don't, One being the sensitivity of the sac's.
I am sure this procedures is still done this way on some fa...

Posted on: 10:35:29 PM 12/11/2008

I've worked there for 20 years and never seem such a thing.
In her case, I'm quite sure it will be in the typical traditional way.

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