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  • Forum Post: Is road salt bad for your dogs feet?

    Posted 12/22/2010 11:35:15 EST

    kar, how does Gracie feel about the boots -- i've never tried boots with emma but i think she would be trying to pull them off and forget about playing fetch all together but i would love to get her a more »

  • Forum Post: Durable Dog Toys

    Posted 12/22/2010 11:33:12 EST

    my dog loves squeeky toys but she can destroy a toy that is labeled "indestructible" -- i bought her a stuffingless one - a skunk - that has a squeaker in both the tail and head -- she has yet to rip more »

  • Forum Post: Question for other non-Santa households

    Posted 12/20/2010 03:59:33 EST

    i'm raking my brain trying to figure out why the op seems so uptight with i don't know - i guess our way of life -- i do not believe in god - was raised catholic but do not believe -- i have no proble more »

  • Forum Post: Fur ripped out, will it grow back?

    Posted 12/20/2010 01:45:18 EST

    i'm thinking the hair will grow back - emma had a terrible hot spot one summer and lost lots of hair that people said wouldn't grow back but it did -- hard to tell, but is it all sore and ozzy?  if so more »

  • Forum Post: submissive dog

    Posted 12/10/2010 11:22:11 EST

    i go to an area high school that has lots of fields where they allow leash free dogs when the kids aren't playing on the fields -- there was an incident (well there have been many but i have a questio more »

  • Forum Post: I cleaned by BF's house - guy's opinion

    Posted 11/17/2010 11:42:28 EST

    can i be your boyfriend even though i'm a girl?  if he's pissed there is some problem here -- he gave you a key to his apartment -- don't think he would mind if you cleaned it. more »

  • Forum Post: Your Thoughts

    Posted 11/11/2010 04:41:44 EST

    ditto on running on the shells more »

  • Forum Post: Your favorite thing about your pet?

    Posted 10/20/2010 02:24:01 EDT

    the way my 65 pound dog has to touch my body while she is sleeping -- no matter how far over to one side of the bed i go, she always has to be right next to me - her entire length of her body against more »

  • Forum Post: What times of day do you feed your larger breeds?

    Posted 10/18/2010 04:57:40 EDT

    emma eats right after we get back from our morning walk - 7 amish and then after our evening outing - 7ish (its getting dark now which is not good for me since i work in boston and our outings are in more »

  • Forum Post: Frontline Plus for cats

    Posted 09/21/2010 09:59:13 EDT

    do you see fleas or ticks?  it may very well be seasonal allergies -- i don't use frontline or anything like that on my dog because its a nuerotoxin -- she does not have fleas, will occassionaly have more »

  • Forum Post: A Dog's Purpose

    Posted 09/20/2010 11:53:13 EDT

    a while back i read "the art of racing in the rain"  also written from the dog's perspective - very good and a tear jerker as well

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  • Forum Post: My Cat

    Posted 09/03/2010 02:32:36 EDT

    what i find incredible and scandalous is that the vets push the science diet on you when they have all that crap ingredients and they have it all at their offices to purchase more »

  • Forum Post: Does your pet have a microchip?

    Posted 09/03/2010 02:17:08 EDT

    my dog got chipped when i had her spayed in july more »

  • Forum Post: **

    Posted 09/01/2010 04:18:38 EDT

    i tend to use homeopathic remedies -- i have used a calendular lotion on hot spots and it works very well -- you can get it at whole foods or vitamin shoppe -- its actually made from marigolds more »

  • Forum Post: What is your opinion on ear-cropping for Dobermans?

    Posted 08/31/2010 03:01:22 EDT

    i agree - sort of -- if you see my first post on this -- i said something to the effect that circumcision doesn't hurt either. more »

  • Forum Post: What is your opinion on ear-cropping for Dobermans?

    Posted 08/31/2010 12:20:47 EDT

    Tail docking when the pup is a couple of days old doesn't hurt it.  it has to hurt it -- it has to -- take a knife and cut off anything of yours -- does it hurt if there is a real medical reason to do more »

  • Forum Post: What is your opinion on ear-cropping for Dobermans?

    Posted 08/23/2010 04:04:37 EDT

    its purely cosmetic and my opinion animal abuse -- cirumcision doesn't hurt a baby either -- yeah right more »

  • Forum Post: Do you give your dog human food?

    Posted 08/10/2010 04:28:39 EDT

    i was afraid emma wouldn't like the tubed meat since she has had raw fresh meat her whole life with me  - since 13 weeks old or something - but she really likes it -- it is very convenient - i bought more »

  • Forum Post: Do you give your dog human food?

    Posted 08/10/2010 02:48:07 EDT

    i feed my dog mostly human food - i just found  refrigerated dog food that is made from meat/chicken, eggs, veggies, brown rice and vitamins -- its in a big tube and you just slice it -- its cooked bu more »

  • Forum Post: Ticks

    Posted 08/04/2010 12:20:47 EDT

    your dog's frontline or advantix or whatever you use isn't safe either -- its a neuro toxin -- not good for your dog -- i know they all tell you to use it - but i don't - i spray a mixture of unproces more »

  • Forum Post: Invisible fence - will it be traumatic and cruel???

    Posted 08/04/2010 12:09:13 EDT

    Little Rascals dog was pit bull not a rotti more »

  • Forum Post: Invisible fence - will it be traumatic and cruel???

    Posted 08/04/2010 12:09:10 EDT

    she's also still a pup - winter is well on its way -- the garden will not be used again till next spring -- she'll be a little older and trained better to listen to you when you tell her no about goin more »

  • Forum Post: Invisible fence - will it be traumatic and cruel???

    Posted 08/04/2010 12:09:10 EDT

    a small fence or chicken wire around the garden

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  • Forum Post: Invisible fence - will it be traumatic and cruel???

    Posted 08/04/2010 12:09:09 EDT

    well you certainly have the trees to try a friendly fence --

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  • Forum Post: Invisible fence - will it be traumatic and cruel???

    Posted 08/04/2010 12:09:09 EDT

    nope - i have never used an ecollar or an electric fence and never will - i have a pup who is a mutt - mix of black lab, boxer and pitt bull -- as we know, pitt bulls can tolerate more pain than the u more »

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