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Started by Brian P. Barnes 1 week ago
Hi, I’m planning to start a pet food processing company in Canada. I have heard that pet food manufacturers in Canada are subject to many Canadian and international regulations including Canadian Food Inspection Agency. Hence we have decided to in...
Last replied to by Melissa Smith 1 week ago
Hi Brian! I'll have to second Dave on this one - this isn't an area I'm overly familiar with. But all pet parents could ...
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Started by Melissa Smith 2 months ago
Where I live, it's a fairly small community and social media posts - particularly on Facebook - tend to be very effective when it comes to getting the word out about missing pets and getting them back home. We generally have several people who will g...
Last replied to by Kristine Lacoste 1 month ago
Here's a comment from one of our Facebook fans: Harry Jeffrey Taylor I do, and find they truly work....
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Started by scooter 8 months ago
If your animal has been diagnosed with Myasthenia Gravis and prescribed  Pyridostigmine Bromide, please let me know. The disease took my Scooter this past weekend.   I have an unopened bottle of the medicine that I would like to donate to you. ...
Last replied to by lisahut123 2 months ago
So sorry for scooter!
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Started by Melissa Smith 3 months ago
This time of year there are a plethora of pets being bought, sold, traded and adopted; all intended to be gifts. It's prevalent enough that some shelters actually refuse to adopt out their animals during the holiday season! I know what I think of th...
Last replied to by Melissa Smith 2 months ago
I'm not a fan of gifting pets. I think it's a huge commitment for pet parents and it should be something that has been g...
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Started by lisahut123 2 months ago
It’s sad to know that still in this 2016, there are stealers who take away pets and sell them. I don’t know how they can do this. My neighbor had a black lab of 3 months and one day when he was back after work, the pet was stolen. He doesn’t kn...
Last replied to by Melissa Smith 2 months ago
As a pet sitter, I firmly support your plan. Good pet sitters should have no issue with homeowners taking security preca...
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Started by Loulou 6 months ago
so I have rehomed a Labradoodle from a breeding centre. She is 2 years old and has always lived in kennels with other dogs. She's an affectionate lovely dog but is very jumpy and nervous. We have only had her a month and she's slowly settling in. I g...
Last replied to by lisahut123 2 months ago
Try having a rough mat on your sofa whenever your puppy cuddles with you. It's not a problem being a little rude for tra...
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Started by Jennifer 5 months ago
Hi all i bought my new German shepherd, He is very mischief, i m very happy and excited to join this discussion and this week end i am planning to purchase few things for him.
Last replied to by lisahut123 2 months ago
Wow, my hubby loves german shepherd. But we have a golden retriever now. What is your dog's name? What are you planning ...
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Started by Gail Simon 5 months ago
I hope you will join this thread. I think Dave was talking about this a year ago, or so. But I think it's very relevant today. I recently watched a documentary about how pet food is really made. I was disgusted and repulsed. Most of the major plants...
Last replied to by A.D. 5 months ago
Hi Guys! I have to agree with Dave, there's not one food out there that I would say is the "best" on the market.  It's...
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Started by Dave Baker 7 months ago
Hi all, I'm excited to announce that we have increased the number of Paw Points we are awarding for various activities here on Petful. If you're not sure what Paw Points are, check this out: All About Paw Points. The biggest change is that we're no...
Last replied to by Melissa Smith 6 months ago
Woohoo!! I am all about the points!
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Started by Becky 11 months ago
I have a young cat that as been diagnosed and is being treated for diabetics insipidis. It is very rare in cats. Signs and symptom are excessive drinking and excessive urination. As it is so rare, I am starting a new thread in case someone  has a...
Last replied to by Becky 10 months ago
I have to give him Desmopresson twice a day  the rest of his life. Once a month I have to get a urine sample to check t...

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