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Viewing all posts found for user yorkies4ever
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Posted on: 2:59:58 AM 10/6/2005

If your trying to see what allergies he has I would stick to one thing at a time for a while.
You could also try the sweet potato and fish by NB.

It can take 6 weeks for a food allergy to really start to show good improvement so...

Posted on: 9:15:01 PM 9/11/2005

The Gov. requested early to be declared a disaster area and sent her request in writing. That's why the President declared it early, due to her request.

Posted on: 11:08:37 PM 6/3/2005

This law will not affect large CB at all. They are already USDA. It will only push medium size breeders out and guess who will benifit? Yep, the large CB.

It also doesn't make anyone take better care of the dogs or help wi...

Posted on: 4:53:15 PM 5/15/2005

Please don't take this wrong but you had your pup for over a month. Incubation period is generally 7-14 days sometimes be up to 21 days. To sue her you may have trouble proving it didn't catch it in your care after a month.

Not that ...

Posted on: 10:32:00 AM 4/17/2005

If someone is allergic to dogs its not just the coat. Any dog has dander and that can trigger an allergic response.

There is no need to mix the York...

Posted on: 5:53:15 PM 4/16/2005

I would think that for weaning pups, lactating bitches, and very active or working yorkies the extra fat and protein would be fine.

I use the blender method and add puppy milk supplement with warm water for my weaning.

Posted on: 2:23:45 PM 4/16/2005

All dogs are prone to some sort of health problems.

Yorkies biggest concern is Liver Shunt. Get a good written guarantee and a breeder who stands behind it and you should be fine. Its a matter of taking your time and finding a good...

Posted on: 2:18:25 PM 4/16/2005

I personally know of, and have heard of, more than a handful of Yorkies blood work that have elevated BUNs (from high protein) and Lipids (high in fats) and high bile acid tests when on RC YT28 food. The levels return to normal after they change ...

Posted on: 10:15:14 AM 4/10/2005

I will intervene with the Yorkies. Once they start they don't stop otherwise. I have had to stick 2 under a shower to get them apart. When they fight its not just a squabble.

I know of many who have lost one or more Yorkies thinki...

Posted on: 10:06:02 AM 4/10/2005

On a large breed I would use a collar for walking.

On the Yorkies I would never use anything but a harness. Their tracheas are to easily damaged and its easy to pop them up into your hands in an emergency.

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