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Viewing all posts found for user suebgone
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Posted on: 12:42:41 AM 5/15/2006

Please don't tell us that you work all day & there is no one home with him!! IMO he didn't come from a reputable breeder or he would not have been sold at 8 weeks.

I absolutely agree you are not at all prepared for a puppy.

Posted on: 7:54:05 PM 5/14/2006

Set up a litter box with water & witch hazel in it. Have him stand in it before coming into the house & really wash his feet with it. Rinse well. That should help a lot

Posted on: 7:50:06 PM 5/14/2006

HI protien food? Rage syndrom? He needs to be evaluated by your vet for any possible neurological problem. Anurysem, tumor, blod clot. You will need to keep him confined until you can come to some conclusion. Good luck

Posted on: 7:43:54 PM 5/14/2006

If I am understanding you correctly the puppy just had surgery Fri? It is possible that the anesthesia is lingering. Get her out in the fresh air, that usually helps. Hope she's not brewing anything else but it is certainly possible.

Posted on: 2:17:47 PM 5/14/2006

and this covers the menadione

http://www.mordanna.com/dogfood/

Posted on: 2:06:50 PM 5/14/2006

Not to hijack the thread or anything but......

Tape there is no one food that is perfect for every dog. Wellness is considered to be a good food however there has been a recent problem of metal shards found in it.

Some othe...

Posted on: 1:51:32 PM 5/14/2006

After a C-section on a cat the 2 babies were dead - so thought the vet. So she put them in a plastic bag destined for the freezer. Imagine her surprise when I yelled at her that they were fine. That was more than a half hour after their birth....

Posted on: 11:06:51 PM 5/13/2006

I can't imagine any shelter allowing this to happen. Have you spoken to them? Perhaps the spay is included in their adoption fee & if you paid full adoption fee for her then they should do it for you.

She is at great risk for a ragi...

Posted on: 10:58:30 PM 5/13/2006

In the meantime you can give him some benadryl to ease the discomfort.

Here are some sites that will help with info about food.

http://www.api4animal...

Posted on: 10:50:25 PM 5/13/2006

Weeeellll, I guess when they develop a SKINLESS dog, they will be on the way to a hypoallergenic dog. Ya think

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