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Westie by Mr Pounder Esquire
9 year old female, coat going a bit dark in very small areas. Should I worry?
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October 6th 19 03:30 PM
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Border Collie won't eat by Lars
I have taken my 8 year old Border Collie to the vet have had blood test and oral solution and x-rays taken and everything has come back negative for everything possible wrong with her...She won't eat and if she does throws up 5 to 8 hours later a yellowish bile and no food obvoiusly because she...
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August 31st 19 01:49 PM
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Concern about 'Performatrin' dog food by Bill Bell
My dog just got over a few weeks of kidney trouble. He was drinking large volumes of water, frequently urinating in large volumes and the specific gravity of his urine was measured to be 1.009. (I understand that normally it would be about 1.035.) Various tests for bacterial agents proved to be...
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July 22nd 19 01:19 AM
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breeding a longer lived dog by john faughnan
I posted this 20 years and a few weeks ago. As best I can tell nobody has started work on breeding a health mid-sized dog with a 20 year life expectancy. Since I wrote this the cost of canine genome sequencing has fallen enormously, and now we can measure telomere lengths, so there are even more...
July 21st 19 04:55 AM
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Our Dog has Chylothorax - Now What? by [email protected]
June 1st 19 04:57 PM
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Loss of pigmentation around mouth by [email protected]
The condition is called vitiligo and is harmless but you can have your dog checked over if it puts your mind at rest,it just means the pigment in the skin changes,example from black/brown to pink.
May 24th 19 06:37 PM
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Nasal/Digital Hyperkeratosis by Debra Axelson
My four year old Lab developed this condition at about age 1. The Vet suggested it may respond to the addition of Zinc suppliments, which I've been giving since (50mgs daily). This past winter the nose has been far worse, possibly aggrevated by 1. dog sleeping near heater. 2. dog sticking head out...
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May 4th 19 03:54 PM
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April 7th 19 04:19 PM
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I feel compelled to share my story about having to put my best friend for eleven years, a 29 pound female lhasa Apso to sleep. I bought her from a respectable breeder when she was six months old and weighed 22 pounds. She was big for her breed and people thought she was a Tibetan terrier.. She...
April 7th 19 03:20 PM
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bleeding 13 year old female dog, Normal? by [email protected]
Could it be that she felt little drips of blood were like a human female period? Not everyone is a couch vet ya know.
April 2nd 19 04:35 AM
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bleeding 13 year old female dog, Normal? by [email protected]
Some people here are just mean as hell. We have a 13 y/o Ack Russel mix who was never spayed, and, as you saidvshe got cancer. It is devestating. Ibwant to tell you, she has been well cared for, loved and saved from a puppy mill type setting in a atore. We looked at her, knew she wouldn't make...
April 2nd 19 04:32 AM
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Dog Shampoo by [email protected]
On Tuesday, November 14, 1995 at 4:00:00 PM UTC+8, Bob and Traci Kellum wrote: If you have access to Amway products, try using LOC. It is very gentle and totally organic. I use it as a shower gel, bubble bath, dog shampoo (it doesn't get really sudsy unless you get the high suds bottle)...
March 28th 19 02:21 AM
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Lab swallowed a sponge!? by [email protected]
It sounds like to your dog it hold the items that hold your personal scent, most potently, as it's highest valued item. You either have to find something to replace it by finding a particular item the dog finds more interesting and trade it. Or give them a negative connection in the dogs mind. I...
March 3rd 19 06:29 AM
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bleeding 13 year old female dog, Normal? by [email protected]
Thank you whom ever that person that stood up for me. I have rescued 3 older dogs. This female is do preciuos. The vet wouldn't spay her because of her age. She might not make it through the surgery. So yes- teach don't preach! That's why we ask questions, hoping to get answers. We all love and...
February 16th 19 03:14 PM
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Lab ate half a bar of Soap by [email protected]
February 10th 19 06:10 PM
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Loss of pigmentation around mouth by [email protected]
Thanks for your input. My Malinois bitch has developed the same thing. Plus her lips and gums have become swollen and red. Well, she has become enamored with a Jolly Ball with large holes which she carries around. I'll take it away now and find something else for her to abscess over. Thanks again.
January 12th 19 02:52 PM
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Gagging after drinking water by [email protected]
Cough caused by tracheal irritation or tracheal collapse often occurs when the pet is excited or is tugging on its collar. Cough caused by heart disease may follow exercise or excitement. Cough due to tracheal collapse may be stimulated by drinking water.
January 6th 19 02:52 AM
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Need parvo success stories by [email protected]
This was my home treatment plan for my one 8 week old Parvo puppy. 1. Take off work for the whole week. First 3 to 5 days are critical. 2. Purchase a syringe from the children's medicine aisle at Walmart. Purchase pedialyte, turkey baby food, grade A honey, chamomile tea, vegetarian grass feed...
December 19th 18 10:44 PM
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Titers for Rabbis for Dog came less then 0.5 by Meir Shilo
My Dog has just had a titer blood result of 0.13. For traveling, which i must do in a month, the test result must not be lower than 0.5. What are my options now? can the blood test be redone, will he need another rabies jab? whats the difference between a rabies vaccine and rabies booster? Have...
December 19th 18 09:40 PM
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Metacam WARNING by MJS
Several years ago my now 9 year old cocker spaniel was prescribed Metacam for minor arthritis . Metacam is apparently the drug of choice by vets for this condition. Bigger profit margin than on aspirin!!!. Several months ago, she started to be very lethargic and was not eating well. I changed...
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December 19th 18 09:33 PM
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