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Do cops have something against dogs? by Bill Graham
Greegor wrote: On Feb 17, 10:28 pm, Observer wrote: On Feb 17, 4:26 pm, Moses -DESPAM wrote: On Sat, 16 Feb 2013 13:49:21 -0800 (PST), RGrannus wrote: In researching material about crime and the war...
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March 12th 13 11:44 PM
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NEW ORLEANS Passes 3 Year Rabies Ordinance by Kris L. Christine
NEW ORLEANS 3/7/13 City Council Passes Ordinance to Reduce Rabies Vaccinations from Annually to Once Every 3 Years New Orleans City Council
March 9th 13 04:10 AM
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Dogs may understand human point of view by buglady[_2_]
I have to laugh at these kind of studies. I guess they feel a need to explain this kind of stuff. Just turn to long-time dog owners for the answers. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/02/130211090840.htm I once had a dog kill some critter. She hauled it home and hid her head behind...
March 8th 13 12:47 AM
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Neutering, disease and golden retrievers by buglady[_2_]
Neutering Dogs: Effects on Joint Disorders and Cancers in Golden Retrievers Full text available http://www.plosone.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pone.0055937 "In contrast to European countries, the overwhelming majority of dogs in the U.S. are neutered (including spaying), usually...
March 7th 13 01:26 PM
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Beating cancer in humans one dog at a time by buglady[_2_]
http://www.sciencenews.org/view/feature/id/348433/description/A_Cancer_Patients_Best_Friend "Yet the same genetic inbreeding that makes dogs so cancer-prone also provides an easier landscape to search for cancerís roots. In appearance, solid tumors removed from people and dogs can be practically...
March 7th 13 11:54 AM
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Do cops have something against dogs? by Bill Graham
Observer wrote: On Feb 17, 4:26 pm, Moses -DESPAM wrote: On Sat, 16 Feb 2013 13:49:21 -0800 (PST), RGrannus wrote: In researching material about crime and the war on drugs, I've come across scores of reports of cops shooting...
February 18th 13 11:20 PM
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Do cops have something against dogs? by Bill Graham
Observer wrote: On Feb 17, 5:53 pm, "Bill Graham" wrote: buglady wrote: On 2/17/2013 4:26 PM, Moses wrote: Don't worry there are plenty of fidos to replace the ones that get killed. ............How strange! I feel the same about you! Now if we only...
February 18th 13 11:18 PM
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MICHIGAN Rabies Bill SB 118 ACTION ALERT by Kris L. Christine
MICHIGAN Rabies Bill SB 118 ACTION ALERT: Senator Rick Jones has introduced legislation which would lower to 3 months the age at which puppies in large-scale breeding facilities must have rabies vaccinations...
February 17th 13 06:49 PM
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PING Alison by Jo Wolf
What is the decision for Auntie Mabel? Jo Wolf Martinez, Georgia, USA
January 16th 13 03:16 AM
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Dr. Schultz NEW YORK Vaccine Seminar 4/20/13 by Kris L. Christine
NEW YORK April 2013 Vaccine Seminar with Dr. Ronald Schultz The Pets Perspective is a hosting a vaccine seminar, What everyone Needs to Know About Canine/Feline Vaccines & Vaccination Programs, with Dr. Ronald Schultz to benefit The Rabies Challenge Fund Dr. Schultz’ Vaccine Seminar 4-20-13...
January 8th 13 12:19 AM
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Collar Dog by [email protected]
In article , wrote: I suggest you find a website specializing in fancy dog collar. Oh, Gee ... any suggestions as to how I might find one?
January 4th 13 04:58 PM
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Anyone with experience in Dog Mastectomy? Single breast by cshenk
Hi all, Unfortunate news from the vet today. Aunti Mabel (dog) has a large fast growing tumor in a hindmost breast. Xrays show lungs are clear and we have to schedule to get a cat scan to see if there are other areas affected but I am looking for recovery impact on quality of life here. She is...
December 31st 12 03:05 PM
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newbie seeking advice or thoughts.... by Jo in Ok
Hi everyone...I'm Jo(short for Joanne) and have a 5 year old brown lab with itching problems....I would like to try dif stuff first before having my vet do all sorts of expensive tests to see why she scratches herself so much. I am thinking of trying some dif products-maybe lipiderm or skin...
December 26th 12 09:09 PM
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What ever happened to Steve Crane ad Gaubster? by [email protected]
Haven't been here for a while. Wondering what ever happened to Steve Crane and Gaubster? Do they still post here?
December 13th 12 10:09 AM
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Senior dog with problems by [email protected]
I have a 14 year old cocker/daschund mix that has really deteriorated over the last year. He is somewhat unsteady on his feet at times with his hind legs giving out and also limping. X-rays show some arthritis and I have recently started him on glucosomine/chondroiton He also has slightly...
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December 12th 12 05:18 PM
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'Sometimes I feel so hungry' by Dogman[_3_]
'Sometimes I feel so hungry': Documentary charts 12 months in the life of the 625lb mother who ate herself to death http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2243659/Documentary-charts-12-months-life-625lb-mother-ate-death.html A very sad story about a woman who didn't need to die. But she...
December 7th 12 01:11 AM
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What is Chiropractic? by Sara Harriet
Chiropractic is extremely useful for people suffering from recurrent, long lasting back pain, neck pain or headache that can affect their quality of life. Chiropractors are the spinal health experts. Helping to restore proper spinal biomechanics and improved nervous system function begins with a...
November 23rd 12 04:52 AM
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Cell transplant enables dogs to walk again by Alison[_3_]
Scientists have reversed paralysis in dogs after injecting them with cells grown from the lining of their nose. The pets had all suffered spinal injuries which prevented them from using their back legs. The Cambridge University team is cautiously optimistic the technique could eventually have...
November 20th 12 06:41 AM
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Achilles Tendon repair? by Michelle Givens
Hey, everybody, Has anyone had experience with surgical repair of an Achilles Tendon? My young field trial prospect has either partially or entirely severed his Achilles Tendon (we're waiting for the surgeon to call back to schedule the surgery). I'm going to a great surgeon, but would be very...
November 16th 12 11:11 PM
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Osteoarthritis by gus gassmann
Is anyone still reading this? I have a 12YO BCx (maybe xLab --- 51 lbs). My vet thinks it is virtually certain she has arthritis. The symptoms are there (stiffness etc.) and "virtually all dogs her age have it". He recommends starting her on Glucosamine (GA). So I do some reading and checking...
November 7th 12 11:23 PM
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