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  • Forum Post: Do you feed your pet raw meat?

    Posted 10/23/2012 07:09:36 EDT

    Many dogs vomit up raw at first.  Their stomachs often don't contain enough of the right enzyme to break it down properly.  It varies quite a bit from dog to dog.  But owners who are looking to feed r more »

  • Forum Post: Do you feed your pet raw meat?

    Posted 10/23/2012 01:20:06 EDT

    I wouldn't consider "nothing but rabbit" to be a balenced raw diet.  There's a reason why raw diets are supposed to contain as wide a variety of meat as possible.  Not to mention that if said cat was more »

  • Forum Post: Do you "buckle up" your dog when you drive?

    Posted 04/28/2012 08:25:51 EDT

    That he is and he's not done growing! Our next car will be bigger, so hopefully there'll be an attachment point then! more »

  • Forum Post: Do you "buckle up" your dog when you drive?

    Posted 04/26/2012 04:07:14 EDT

    In Response to Re: Do you "buckle up" your dog when you drive?: [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Do you "buckle up" your dog when you drive? : We have a metal ring attached to the very back of the car on her more »

  • Forum Post: Do you "buckle up" your dog when you drive?

    Posted 04/24/2012 03:00:48 EDT

    Kar, where does it attach in the car? They DO make harnesses big enough for him, though most are more the "weight pull" or "walking harness" rather than a safety harness style.  And of course no-one c more »

  • Forum Post: long legged, barrel chested dog

    Posted 04/22/2012 10:56:27 EDT

    Not a vet, but she looks nice and trim to me. I remember thinking in an earlier picture of her you posted a while back that she looked a little chunky, not sure if it was the photo angle or if she was more »

  • Forum Post: Do you "buckle up" your dog when you drive?

    Posted 04/22/2012 10:45:56 EDT

    The little guy gets restrained, if for no other reason than he'd try to climb out the window....Apollo's to big to restrain in our current vehicles. Any crate that'd fit him won't fit in my Caliber, h more »

  • Forum Post: Pricey pet food could save you surgery cost (re: prescription diets)

    Posted 02/19/2012 07:24:12 EST

    If I recall right vets are required to take back unopened cans, and even opened packages of dry, prescription foods. At least partially because of the cost. Thats the way it was explained to me anyway more »

  • Forum Post: Ear Infection? Ear Mites? Ear wax?

    Posted 02/17/2012 10:30:40 EST

    In response to "Re: Ear Infection? Ear Mites? Ear wax?": [QUOTE]BTW: Ruth the one (1) recommend you got was from me!  I'd take it back if I could! Um, you may want to think about using spell check!  W more »

  • Forum Post: Ear Infection? Ear Mites? Ear wax?

    Posted 02/17/2012 01:54:53 EST

    In Response to Re: Ear Infection? Ear Mites? Ear wax?: [QUOTE]So, maybe some of you should read all the posts before you comment next time.  That wouldn't be too difficult,  now would it!     And I ha more »

  • Forum Post: cheap dog food Question for Angellvets

    Posted 02/15/2012 05:27:25 EST

    Good! (you might be surprised on the rabbit, my local butcher shop carries it! I boil it like chicken, pour a little of the broth over their food, and dehydrate the meat for treats. They love it.) more »

  • Forum Post: Ear Infection? Ear Mites? Ear wax?

    Posted 02/15/2012 02:25:06 EST

    Different dogs respond differently to different products.  Starting out with the vet recommended ear cleaner is certinally a good idea, but if thats not working (and once infection has been ruled out) more »

  • Forum Post: cheap dog food Question for Angellvets

    Posted 02/15/2012 02:22:23 EST

    Peanut butter can be pretty fatty depending on the brand so that doesn't actually surprise me if the vet wants him on a low fat diet. If you start having issues with him eating that ask your vet about more »

  • Forum Post: Ear Infection? Ear Mites? Ear wax?

    Posted 02/13/2012 12:36:15 EST

    Being nervous isn't a bad thing, just keep in mind it might cost you more in vet bills to have your vet reassure you. There are a variety of ear cleaning products out there for use on dogs (your vet m more »

  • Forum Post: cheap dog food Question for Angellvets

    Posted 02/03/2012 05:59:53 EST

    I'll have to remember that..... more »

  • Forum Post: cheap dog food Question for Angellvets

    Posted 02/03/2012 04:44:38 EST

    Kar, god forbid he needs a PILL cause then he won't take it voluntarily at all, thankfully he's easy to shove it down his throat. Never tried cukes, but Apollo will happlily chew on carrots. more »

  • Forum Post: cheap dog food Question for Angellvets

    Posted 02/02/2012 09:56:32 EST

    Not Apollo, he CHEWS the capsoles. Like they're bubblegum. I've never seen a dog chew like he does, he definetly breaks open the capsoles. Every now and then he'll spit out the empty capsole instead o more »

  • Forum Post: cheap dog food Question for Angellvets

    Posted 02/02/2012 01:55:59 EST

    Kar, from teh Sams club website (check walmart too, I'm pretty sure thats where Apollo's breeder said she got hers, we got the members mark brand, don't recall seeing the other one on the store shelf more »

  • Forum Post: cheap dog food Question for Angellvets

    Posted 02/02/2012 01:41:08 EST

    We get it from Sams Club actually, its their store brand.  Interestingly enough the capsule dosages are almost identical between the canine one we got and the Sams club one. I have to admit that its n more »

  • Forum Post: cheap dog food Question for Angellvets

    Posted 02/02/2012 01:08:53 EST

    If you have a "natural foods" or health foods (or similer) store near you, you may be able to find marshmallow root ground sold by the ounce or pound.  No idea what it would cost, or if it would even more »

  • Forum Post: cheap dog food Question for Angellvets

    Posted 02/02/2012 12:54:08 EST

    All of which makes sense if I'm recalling the study right.  The final deterimation was that for a full blown UTI antibiotics are better, but in women who are prone to them (men rarely having them and more »

  • Forum Post: cheap dog food Question for Angellvets

    Posted 02/02/2012 12:42:28 EST

    Can't speak for dogs specifically, but they have proven that cranberries (usually in juice form) are effective against UTIs in humans.  When I get home today I'll see if I can tract down the link if y more »

  • Forum Post: cheap dog food Question for Angellvets

    Posted 02/02/2012 12:25:06 EST

    My understanding (and I've not done a ton of research so take it with a grain of salt), is that cranberry only helps sometimes, depending on the cause of the UTI (crystals being one common cause).  Ha more »

  • Forum Post: cheap dog food Question for Angellvets

    Posted 02/01/2012 11:36:37 EST

    In Response to Re: cheap dog food Question for Angellvets: [QUOTE]A good source for home cooked/made meal recipes for cats and dogs is  www.dogcathomeprepareddiet.com (the site is down right now as I more »

  • Forum Post: cheap dog food Question for Angellvets

    Posted 01/31/2012 01:24:12 EST

    A good source for home cooked/made meal recipes for cats and dogs is  www.dogcathomeprepareddiet.com (the site is down right now as I post this, but it was up yesterday when I was verifying informatio more »

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