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Recall LabDiet/Mazuri by buglady[_2_]
Just in case anyone has a maned wolf in their house !! (or a primate, guinea pig or small bird) http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm310630.htm?source=govdelivery FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 3, 2012 PMI Nutrition International has initiated a voluntary recall of four varieties of the...
July 28th 12 07:12 AM
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Sweet Potato Chews by Jo Wolf
Posted to a webtv group..... Drs Foster & Smith are still selling these online and in their catalog.There are other brands named below in the article: WARNING: Sweet Potato Chews From China Poisoning Dogs .. Written on 07/22/2012 by Brandy Arnold in Food & Diet, FRONT...
July 24th 12 12:53 PM
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Natural Remedies for Dog Joint Pain, Arthritis and Hip Dysplasia by pilar cp
If your loved dog has mobility problems, then get natural remedies for your dog. Chondropaw is the best natural remedies for dog arthritis, hip dysplasia and joint pain. Chondropaw is safe, effective and provide the fastest result to senior dog with mobility problems. It is a good remedy for both...
July 20th 12 02:36 PM
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Jerky treats by buglady[_2_]
Still not much info on why those jerky treats were bad news. Waggin Train and Dingo had bad reports on a couple of items. DelMonte had melamine in one. Otherwise they don't know...
July 20th 12 08:04 AM
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joint pain by Phil L
border collie 7 years old. she's a very active dog who likes to excercise all the time, that is to say, she's never still, she's always running. Recently I've noticed she's carrying one or other of her hind legs after a vigourous work out, although she doesn't sit or lie down even after...
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July 19th 12 04:08 PM
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Swollen Mammory Gland - Mastitis After Psuedopregnancy by umtali
My 7 year old Yorkshire Terrier bitch developed a swelling in her mammary around 1 month ago. We took her to the vet around 3 weeks ago and it was diagnosed as mastitis. At the time we were also told that she must have experienced a psuedopregnancy. To date she has been prescribed 2x 7 day...
July 19th 12 10:18 AM
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ill dog! by Askew
Sorry if posting in a wrong section. Actually, one of my siberian husky is not feeling well. I'm sure he got a tumour on rare left leg and feeling irritation. Because pain, he got angry and frustrated. I'm worried about it. What are suggestion! Is any trusty vet here?
July 19th 12 09:03 AM
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Five Things Your Vet Says That Arent True by cyndi
http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/five-things-your-vet-says-that-arent-true/ At Dogs Naturally, were both saddened and amused when surfing through veterinary clinic websites. We decided to post a Top Five List of some of the just plain bad vaccine advice commonly dispensed by vets. Here are...
July 7th 12 01:03 AM
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Delaware Sb 147 Action Alert by Kris L. Christine
DELAWARE Senator Karen E. Peterson has filed SB 147 www.legis.delaware.gov - Official web site of First State Legislature "This Bill creates a disciplinary action if a veterinarian gives vaccines in excess of the recommended dosages and/or frequencies." The bill has been assigned to the Senate...
July 4th 12 11:58 PM
by Kris L. Christine Go to last post
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My First Experience Out of the Closet by Bassos
My mother bought me a dog when I was young. It was a leg huncher and was always pumping on somebody's leg. One day I was asleep on the couch and as I woke up and raised my head, he was hunching on my head and his dick slid into my mouth. I tried to yell but his manhood or "doghood" in this case...
July 2nd 12 01:18 PM
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Vets On Vaccines by cyndi
http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/vets-on-vaccines/ By Catherine ODriscoll March/April 2012 Issue This is a very long article so I will post a few snippets and allow you to visit the link to see it all. "Marcia DuBois Martin, DVM, CVA: I have been out of school for over 20 years and dont...
June 24th 12 11:47 AM
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Fireworks and thunderstorms by buglady[_2_]
Well, Hell is rapidly approaching for thunder/fireworks phobic dogs. Speaking for Spot has a good blog post about it: http://speakingforspot.com/blog/2012/06/17/thunder-struck/ I had never heard of Through a Dog's Ears recordings, but I really think it's worth a try. I've been playing the...
June 22nd 12 04:51 AM
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Diamond recall expands to 2nd plant and different strain of Salmonella by buglady[_2_]
Update (May 29, 3:30 p.m. Eastern): U.S. Food and Drug Administration spokeswoman Laura Alvey has told Food Safety News that the Salmonella contamination found at Diamond's Meta, Missouri plant is not from the same strain as that of the Gaston, South Carolina plant. The contamination at the...
June 17th 12 03:48 PM
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Disease/pest prevalence in US in dogs/cats by buglady[_2_]
This is a pretty cool tool. Granted, if there's no data for your county, doesn't mean there aren't any cases of whatever you're looking for. And I have no idea where the data came from. You can look for tick borne disease, heartworm and intestinal...
June 15th 12 11:39 AM
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Dont ignore-go smart in life, find another way by krista jackson
We are the manufacturer of plastic packaging for flexible recycled bags packaging company. Our vacuum bags packaging is also used for cosmetic packaging supplies. Our biodegradable bags is used for coffee bags. Our packaging bags is also manufactured for plastic measurement scoop for powder and...
May 26th 12 09:59 AM
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MISSOURI Rabies Bill SB 566 ACTION ALERT by Kris L. Christine
(Please copy & paste link into your browser if it doesn't work by clicking on it.) MISSOURI: A rabies bill, SB 566 http://www.senate.mo.gov/12info/pdf-bill/intro/SB566.pdf , has been introduced into the Missouri legislature and assigned to the Agriculture, Food Production & Outdoor Resources...
May 25th 12 10:19 PM
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rabies titer less than 0.50 IU/mL) by Blue
My 2.5 year old Pomeranian had a Rabies booster vaccination on 15 Nov 2011. I had a Rabies Antibody Titre test done on 02 Mar 2012. The results are less than 0.5 IU/mL. Vet has suggested that he is having trouble building up immunity and needs another booster shot. I am wondering if it is ok to...
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May 20th 12 09:25 PM
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God I hate to ask this question, but by nefletch
I realize ahead of time, that I am going to hear from both sides of the spectrum. And yes, there should be a better way for me to take care of my dogs, but it can't be done, so please forgive me for the questions I am about to ask. As dreadful as my question may be, there is no denying that there...
May 20th 12 09:19 PM
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Natural Balance recall codes changed by buglady[_2_]
http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm303918.htm?source=govdelivery buglady take out the dog before replying
May 20th 12 08:23 AM
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A safe way to..... by Jo Wolf
avoid biting flies and mosquitos this summer. This information from one of our puppy kindergarden instructors. It is so durn simple. Listerine citrus mouthwash (or the Equate discount vesion) full strength in a spray bottle. Mist you and the dogs.... whenever the bugs attack. Apparently the...
May 20th 12 08:14 AM
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