I have heard corn in some foods and/or treats can be harmfull to dogs. On the other hand I have heard corn can be beneficial toskin and coat. Which is it? What things should you be looking for in food that is harmfull? Right now I feed IAMS Proact… more ›
A friend would like us to "foster" his male pitbull puppy til it gets bigger because his other adult dogs (pitbull and rotti) don't like its puppy ways and have injured it several times. I want it to be fixed if we take it to curb unwanted behaviors,… more ›
Was it the eyes, the personality.... For all of you who answered my previous question by giving me advice, I want to tell you I am not looking for another pet right now. I was just wondering how YOU picked YOUR special… more ›
I'm looking for advice on holistic approaches to deal with spay induced incontinence. A 1 year old smooth collie is urinating in her sleep, while lying down, and spontaneously without warning. There are plenty of drugs out there to try, but any adv… more ›
This is kind of a multi-topic question. I volunteer at our local animal shelter and there are 2 dogs, one of which I would love to adopt - a long hair daschund and a yorkie. My son and I would really like a small dog. The problem is that we have a… more ›
She does not like other dogs, primarily females if we happen to be outside, and she sees someone walking by with their dogs, We can hang on for dear life, she will charge after them and it makes it very tense!
We just got a new puppy from the Humane Society. All we know is that the mother has lab in her. My husband and I are having a debate on what else is in the dog. Please give me your opinions on what breeds you think he may be mixed with?
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A: Ches, I just sent you a message to let you know that all your stuff is on here. I was able to see all your photos, blogs, questions, etc. … more ›
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A: The best thing to do is make sure of what it is by seeing your vet. It could be nothing, but why take the chance that it could be something… more ›