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Started by Karen Doll 2 years ago
Our Bichon Frise, Pip developed stones (calcium oxalate) a few years ago. Unfortunately, that type of stones requires surgical removal. Even with biannual urinalysis, he ended up with stones. Now we get bloodwork done yearly in addition to the twice...
Last replied to by Karen Doll 2 years ago
Thank you all for your thoughtful words and support:) I miss my sweet Pip more than words can say. I have to keep remind...
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Started by Melissa Smith 2 years ago
Dogs really are clever creatures -- we humans have to sometimes go to extraordinary lengths to keep our food safe from our dogs. Turkeys on turkey day are a prime target, because they usually end up sitting out for a bit before and after cooking. Pro...
Last replied to by Allison Gray 2 years ago
Getting on the counter to steal the turkey is for more agile pups. My dog just gives me the ol' cute-eyes look and she g...
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Started by seema saxena 2 years ago
please tell me how to communicate with our deceased pet
Last replied to by Melissa Smith 2 years ago
I think that anything that isn't harmful and helps us come to peace is never a bad idea. My heart breaks for you seema, ...
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Started by jspath43 2 years ago
I recently moved back to Missouri with my mom and her husband. Loki has the usual issues with strangers that i have read Dachshunds have but ive been here for a week now and he still barks at My moms husband. Nothing I do seems to get him to stop. Hi...
Last replied to by jspath43 2 years ago
ok thank you ill see what i can do
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Started by rdorr 2 years ago
Hello! My husband and I recently purchased a puppy from a GS breeder after the loss of our dog Chipper. When we were on site to pick up the puppy the conditions weren't fabulous and the thought running through my head was, "it's a sweet puppy, let's ...
Last replied to by Kristine Lacoste 2 years ago
Yes, we'd love an update on this and your puppy!
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Started by Melissa Smith 2 years ago
One of our most commented on articles is The Rise and Fall of Cesar Milan. Cesar has some hotly debated tactics that he utilizes to train dogs. Those who support him, do so vehemently, generally stating that the methods work and that dogs as pack ani...
Last replied to by Melissa Smith 2 years ago
Allison and Jason, I am in agreement. Cesar's methods may very well work -- in terms of dogs not exhibiting a certain ty...
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Started by MitzyMe81 2 years ago
Hello everyone! This is my first post as a new member here on Petful! I was hoping to reach out to fellow dog owners for thoughts and advice on a health crisis one of the dogs in my family is going through. All 3 dogs in my life belong to my mom and ...
Last replied to by Melissa Smith 2 years ago
Hi Mitzy!I am so sorry to hear about what your family is going through. It's so hard! I love the image of Hamish wanting...
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Started by Dannidino 2 years ago
I do not believe any dog is born to hurt someone.  Most dogs around me are very friendly, but there is this on sitation which has me on edge and im not sure what to do.Several years ago we had a carrin terrier who we kept in the backyard in a fairly...
Last replied to by Kirsti Stephenson 2 years ago
Dear Dannidino, my heart felt sorrow to you and your family for the terrible loss of your precious Pets. This is a tragi...
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Started by Sandy 2 years ago
We found our Brave Max in the woods next to our house. Took him home and that evening we noticed he was sitting funny [side saddle] I call it. Sitting on one hip with the right leg out straight.  I took him to the vet the next day to get...
Last replied to by Dr. Pippa Elliott, BVMS, MRCVS 2 years ago
The square shape, especially at such a young age, points towards a genetic problem passed down from his parents. Hence t...
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Started by Melissa Smith 2 years ago
In the last day or two, the internet has been inundated with pet owners complaining about their Pedigree dog food. Posters have been sharing pictures of all types of wiry and bristle-like objects protruding from their dog's food. As of right now, Ped...
Last replied to by Melissa Smith 2 years ago
I know my mother used to make all her own dog food. What she did was make it in big batches and then freeze it, so like ...

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