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Need Help!!! Lyme disease by [email protected]
I just recently moved from Southern Arizona to Northern Virginia. I took my 4 year old Black Lab to the vet within 1 week of moving. They took a blood sample and said he had a high count of ??? and possible had Lyme disease. The vet prescribed doxycycline. An extra sample was taken and sent to the...
December 16th 06 01:26 AM
by Spot Go to last post
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For The Best Training Results, Here's What You Need To Do by [email protected]
Firstly, you'll need to get a hold of the right Dog Training know-how. And with this I mean real Expert Dog Trainer Information. And Secondly, you'll need to take that knowledge, and tailor a detailed Plan Of action that's specific to the needs of your dog - and then implement it! Simple isn't...
December 15th 06 09:06 AM
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How to Get Rid of Fleas? by Mike
wrote in message ... HOWEDY mike, "Mike" wrote in message news:[email protected] You consider taking Prozac? The Sincerely Incredibly...
December 15th 06 02:50 AM
by Al Go to last post
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chest rash by Amalia Kinney
I have a mini dachschund who has a VERY bad rash on her chest and underside. We've checked for fleas and there is no sign of them, but she continues to scratch herself raw. What are the possible causes of this and are there any home remedies we could try to help her?? Thanks!! Amalia
December 15th 06 02:42 AM
by Lynne Go to last post
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Cyst by Spot
Unless this is very painful why did he prescribe the Rimadyl?. Also if the dog does need it he should not have given it to you for the dog without running test to be sure that the kidneys & liver functions are ok. Rimadyl should never be taken with out preliminary lab work and followup lab...
December 15th 06 02:13 AM
by Spot Go to last post
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DHL shipping hostile to pets by [email protected]
Just a heads up for folks who may purchase pet items online. Find out first how the seller ships. If they tell you it's via DHL, buy somewhere else, or insist on a different shipper. I recently purchased a ramp for my 10 year old dog. Seller has been wonderful, but now almost all his shipments...
December 14th 06 05:25 PM
by Kathleen Go to last post
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Pet Insurance ? Cruciate Ligament Injuries by buzzsaw
Ok, well Max came in from the outside the other day with a rear leg in the air. He was just out for a little potty break (maybe 10 - 15 minutes). I checked his pad for any foreign objects and found none. I figure he will shake it off and maybe he just sprained it. The next day he was still...
December 14th 06 12:50 AM
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Cyst/Tumor ? by Tony
I found a soft lump, about 3/4" diameter, about midway up the rear leg of my Yellow Lab mix. Will call Vet for appointment. Anyone have any info that can clam me down? Thanks, ...
December 13th 06 10:13 PM
by Janet B Go to last post
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Buddy's test results. by Shadow Walker
Hello every one, I am posting to update you on Buddy's test results. We have some good news and some bad news, bad news first. Unfortunately he is still heartworm positive. Goodnews he seems to be around 4 years old, kidneys and liver are "very good" the vet says. So know we just have to inform the...
December 13th 06 06:01 PM
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Leba-3 Removed Plaque on Border Collie's Teeth? by allanc
Our three and half year old Border Collie has quite a bit of plaque on his teeth. We bought him from a trainer at the age of two and we have continued feeding him Precise Foundation (chicken based) kibble. We feed him about a cup twice a day with one-third cup of green beans. These kibbles are very...
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December 13th 06 01:22 PM
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How to care for very young stray puppy by [email protected]
Hi all, I'm currently living abroad and just found a very young stray puppy. Based on her looks and ability to walk I'd estimate she's about 4 weeks old, but a malnourished 4 weeks at that (she looks like a 3 week old puppy). My question is about what to feed her. Dog food or puppy formula...
December 12th 06 07:24 AM
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One week of puppies. by Paula
On Mon, 11 Dec 2006 13:20:14 -0500, montana wildhack wrote: It seems more like a month, but I finally got some sleep yesterday. I was looking at five fat puppies this morning and Comet (the runt formerly known as Diamondback) is really catching up. They are...
December 12th 06 12:58 AM
by Lynne Go to last post
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chondrosarcoma help by [email protected]
Hi I had posted help a while back for my dog. After seeing the vet and getting a rhinoscopy done, all was going good as no cancerous tumors were found. We the got the dog operated, since now both nostrils were blocked. Because the rhinoscopy showed that the cartillage between the nostrils started...
December 12th 06 12:38 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Taking photos of puppies - direct flash?? by BD
A friend of mine has some 5-week old cocker puppies. I went over to take pictures. I did *not* want to flash them directly, so we set up in a well-lit bathroom, and just did what we could with no flash at all. The photos turned out alright, but I think that next time I may put a large white...
December 11th 06 09:09 PM
by BD Go to last post
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10 wk old puppy pants heavily even when it's not hot and he's not exhausted by tokimonsta
My 10 week old puppy is perfectly healthy, so the Vet says. She honestly didn't do a very thorough initial examination. Anyway, he really is healthy and doesn't seem like he's in any pain, but he pants constantly. Most of the time he doesnt breath through his nose, but rather through his mouth. ...
December 11th 06 03:31 AM
by tokimonsta Go to last post
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Neo pups: Day 6 by Lynne
on Sun, 10 Dec 2006 20:14:31 GMT, montana wildhack wrote: In which the puppies are expanding, their little snouts are beginning to grow and I don't see anything at all resembling a Huskie in any of them. They more resemble seals by the day. Little heads,...
December 10th 06 09:17 PM
by Lynne Go to last post
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Roxy the killah by Lynne
My 2 cats are worthless. Roxy caught and killed a mouse just now, while the cats watched... I didn't want to take it out of her mouth so I sent her outside with it. Joy. -- Lynne http://picasaweb.google.com/what.the.hell.is.it/
December 9th 06 02:14 PM
by Janet B Go to last post
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Old dog with "night frights" by Tony Cox
Those who remember the thread 3 months ago, and especially those who offered suggestions to help him over his troubles will no doubt be sad to hear that Bernie died quietly at the vets just before Thanksgiving. He (a collie mix) was 19 years and 8 months, and had an especially charmed life,...
December 9th 06 01:22 AM
by Melinda Shore Go to last post
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Day 5 by Suja
"montana wildhack" wrote in message: Well there's one puppy here that I may have to strangle, and it won't take much to push me over the edge. It's a big girl puppy with the biggest mouth known to puppydom and she even complains in her sleep. There's nothing...
December 8th 06 10:45 PM
by Robin Nuttall Go to last post
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Need help with severe tail chewer by [email protected]
Hi all - I really need some way to keep my Great Dane from chewing his tail. I've tried bandaging it, applying bitter apple / orange to the bandage - it usually works, but every now and then he chews it anyway, straight through the bandage and re-opens the same sores over and over again. His...
December 8th 06 06:14 PM
by Lynne Go to last post
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