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Viewing all posts found for user willow
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Posted on: 10:50:35 AM 7/26/2004

Are you using human glucosamine? If so, there are several glucosamine supplements made just for dogs that you can get through your vet. Human glucosamine has been shown not to be absorbed well by dogs, so I wouldn't waste my money. Also there ...

Posted on: 3:16:32 PM 7/16/2004

Start by attaching a long, small line to his harness (50ft is a good length) You can find long lines in magazines or just use some climbing rope that is not much larger than shoe lace size. Once he gets used to dragging the line around (if he even ...

Posted on: 1:46:23 PM 7/14/2004

Most dogs are lactose intollerant (same as some people) and when given in excess amounts, milk can cause a loose stool or diarrhea. Lactose-free milk would be fine. The also have lactose-free ice cream which my dogs enjoy on occasion in the summer!...

Posted on: 1:41:55 PM 7/14/2004

With that breed you should (and your groomer should) be plucking the hair out of the inside of his ears on a regular basis. This will help the ears to "breath" better. Your vet should have an antibacterial ear wash such as 'Dermapet' that you can u...

Posted on: 12:49:19 AM 7/14/2004

The warmth typically indicates an infection (i.e. heat, swelling.... no pain is strange..... redness, etc.). Have you tried to see if he has a fever - if you have a little experience with it, you can take his rectal temp. - normal range is between 1...

Posted on: 10:26:50 PM 5/7/2004

You can also fill kongs (after plugging one end with peanut butter or something) with chicken broth, juice, water, or whatever in addition to the pools and ice mentioned above.

Posted on: 12:03:41 AM 4/29/2004

I assume that they have sarcoptic mange (not demadectic) since you are concerned about transmission - and you are treating them with ivermectin?

Posted on: 12:44:07 PM 4/24/2004

If someone trys to tell you to do something, but then can't give you a reason why (good or bad), thats a "red flag". (bad, bad, bad) I know of people who have had their pugs tails shortened, but it was just for whatever aesthetic reasons. Also, ...

Posted on: 11:48:34 PM 4/23/2004

oh, o.k. Well in the south of course, with all the mosquito's, people are a little better. It has taken longer to catch on the farther north and west you go (again relatively speaking). Have you ever seen one of the maps of the US that tracks th...

Posted on: 9:20:06 AM 4/23/2004

HW prev = heartworm preventative You want to start on preventative ASAP - The earliest a heartworm infection could be detected is at 6mo. due to the lifecycle of the worm --- As long as your dog is less than 6mo old you can start preventative...

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