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My experience with female dog in heat by [email protected]
First female dog I have owned, so the first time i am dealing with the female dog heat cycle. After having a male dog die from bone cancer caused by getting him neutered at an early age, my philosophy has changed on getting dogs "fixed". I am not going to advocate getting your dogs spayed or...
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June 11th 09 10:46 PM
by Cheri Go to last post
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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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December 25th 18 01:46 PM
by cshenk Go to last post
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Raw Vegan dog food by Gary[_6_]
Is this even possible I wonder? I've fed raw meat/fish to several dogs over the years. Every one thrived on it. The difference in attitude was tremendous. Training them becomes so much easier when you reward with meat. "Treats" are absurd. You give the dog food when its hungry. I do...
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January 2nd 09 05:50 PM
by Sharon Too Go to last post
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Lawn spray to dissolve dog poop? by [email protected]
With all the snow we have had this winter, I have really fallen behind in mey dog poop clean up in my back yard. Now the problem is overwelming with with wet mushy dog poop that is almost impossible to pick up. Is there something that I can spray on my lawn that would help break up and dissolve the...
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February 3rd 05 11:07 AM
by ellis Go to last post
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Dog yelping in pain but can't identify why? by Alex[_2_]
Hi, My pup is 6 months old and has been yelping in pain for about 2 weeks. He has visited the vet twice, had two physical exams and an x ray but the vet has not identified anything physically wrong with the dog. He has been taking a pain reliever and something to reduce swelling. The pup is not...
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July 7th 09 05:06 PM
by Robin Nuttall Go to last post
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Dog is Throwing up water by David[_4_]
My dog keeps throwing up water. The vomit is clear and a little bubbly. Been going on for a few days, she has been eatting, peeing and pooping. What is going on? What can I do? Change diet? Pepto Bismol? Thanks. David
July 23rd 08 12:56 AM
by Charles Lavin Go to last post
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Iams & Eukanuba, good foods? any opinions? by [email protected]
What is the consensus here about Iams and Eurkanuba? I remember several years ago they were considered the best foods out there. I was looking at Eukanuba Lamb and Rice and it says it uses New Zealand Lamb which is free range, hormone and antibiotic free. That sounds pretty good but I don't know.
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May 27th 05 05:13 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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How long until Deramaxx effects kick in? Related to stomach upset? by [email protected]
Greetings all! Questions first, context later: How long does it take for the effects of Deramaxx to kick in? Does it have any tendency to upset a dog's stomach or otherwise make a dog reluctant to eat? My dog Cody is a 15.5 year old australian shepherd who weights about 55 pounds and who is...
June 21st 05 12:09 AM
by Spot Go to last post
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Science Diet, nutrients and quality ingredients? by [email protected]
Why can't Science Diet have both the proper nutrients and quality ingredients? It is so obvious that SD uses cast off filler. There is no reason for any dogfood to contain soy meal, or peanut hulls or cellulose. If they are really interested in pet nutrition then why can't they use the same human...
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March 28th 05 09:53 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Ivermectin (1%) ok for preventative heartworm treatment for dogs? by HDTV-slingr
I know the Ivermectin/heartworm thing is all over the Internet but I have a specific question that came up due to one forum resonse I found that said something to the effect of "don't give the 1% over-the-counter solution for cattle and swine to your dog or it will kill the animal" and I had to...
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November 12th 10 03:22 AM
by Mag Dog Papa Go to last post
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Frequent, unproductive urination squatting by Cal O'Chortus
I just lost my boy dog to cancer, and now I'm realizing my girl dog is frequently squatting to pee, but nothing comes out. She is a 10 yr old husky mix, acting totally normal otherwise. She urinates normally when first let out, but then makes a ton of other squats, prolonged squats where nothing...
October 20th 03 05:52 AM
by Sunni12 Go to last post
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Bumpy flaky skin by Mari
My dog (American staffy 2,5 yrs) has recently developed lots of tiny bumps on her skin, and today she started flaking too. The bumps are all over her back and on her neck, but none on her head og feet. She is also seems a bit itchy. She doesn't scratch herself, but her skin wrinkles up and she gets...
November 25th 05 10:50 PM
by Mari Go to last post
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Open Sores on dogs back by mstiltz
Hello, My 6 year old female black lab/pointer mix developed a skin rash about 5 weeks ago. It started as oily scaly skin and then thickened to an elephant like appearance. The skin was extrememly thick and then peeled off in large chunks and the skin underneath looked dead and black. It is...
December 13th 10 12:15 PM
by buglady Go to last post
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Is Honey bad for dogs? by DigitalCameraBasics
I thought I had a pretty thorough list of things you're not supposed to give to dogs, but the other day I was reading a bottle of clover honey, and saw the warning "do not give to children under 1 year of age". I don't have kids, so maybe a parent here can answer WHY this is, and also if there are...
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November 23rd 03 02:45 PM
by DigitalCameraBasics Go to last post
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PENNSYLVANIA Dog Owners--SB 1454 by Kris L. Christine
PENNSYLVANIA Action Alert-- Rabies Medical Exemption SB 1454 Regular Session 2009-2010 Senate Bill 1454 P.N. 2164  just introduced by Senator Stewart Greenleaf has been referred to the Agriculture & Rural Affairs Committee. Please contact the Committee members below and ask them to vote...
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July 10th 13 11:14 AM
by Kris L. Christine Go to last post
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Dog - Treatment for Vitiligo (Leucoderma) by mlv
I took on a rescue Black & Tan Doberman bitch about 9 months ago. She is just coming up to 2-years-old. Over the past 2 months or so, she has started to develop pale (almost white) patches on her nose, lips, eyelids and jowls. Onset of this problem seems to have coincided with her being...
April 4th 14 04:58 PM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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My dog smells my urine.....why? by Edward Holub
Hey folks, My dog rushes into the bathroom everytime I urinate. He'll stand there patiently until I start urinating. He'll sniff the stream momentarily and walk out. He does this time and time again. Does anyone know why? Eddie
January 2nd 05 09:48 AM
by hotkey Go to last post
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Red lump in my dog's lower outer eyelid by Holly1
Lump does not bother her.SStarted hot compresses to see if this would help it has reduced in size.Anyone have any insight.She is not in any pain
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April 18th 11 04:19 PM
by Char Go to last post
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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
by [email protected] Go to last post
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Raw food advantages / dangers by Paul E. Schoen
I've been feeding raw beef hearts as well as marrow bones and other raw bones to Muttley for a while. He really enjoys them and I think it is healthy and natural. But a friend says that I should cook them to eliminate the possibility of him getting worms. However, she also gives her dog cooked...
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April 4th 09 03:06 PM
by chardonnay9 Go to last post
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