spoogedog's Page

spoogedog

This member hasn't added any personal information yet.


Leave spoogedog a message to find out more.

spoogedog's Forum Posts

  • Forum Post: Warm winter could spell trouble with ticks

    Posted 02/24/2012 07:48:49 EST

    I just had my dogs tested for heartworm and tick borne diseases. Good on the heartworm, all four tested positive for tick borne diseases and are on antibiotics for 21 days. Last year was bad for ticks more »

  • Forum Post: Have you been to the vet this year?

    Posted 11/30/2011 10:58:15 EST

    I've spent over $1000 on routine vet care this year. Three cats, four dogs.
    The BIG money goes to PetSmart. I think last year I spent $5000. more »

  • Forum Post: Tell us about your new addition!

    Posted 11/11/2011 09:27:09 EST

    In Response to Re: Tell us about your new addition!:
    [QUOTE]These are my 2 boys that I rescued years ago.  Tigger, the orange one, is 12 and Boo is 10. 
    Posted by ambergirl[/QUOTE]


    very sweet! more »

  • Forum Post: Tell us about your new addition!

    Posted 11/11/2011 09:25:57 EST

    In Response to Re: Meet Barney, a kitten rescued from my barn in October: [QUOTE]In Response to Meet Barney, a kitten rescued from my barn in October : That is the cutest picture ever!!! Posted by amb more »

  • Forum Post: Tell us about your new addition!

    Posted 11/11/2011 07:19:40 EST

    Rinty is a rescue from the south. She is 5 months old and already 50 pounds. A very sweet girl. She rounds out the pack of Smedly a border collie, Jett a retriever mix, and Tess our perfect beagle. Ri more »

  • Forum Post: Tell us about your new addition!

    Posted 11/11/2011 07:05:17 EST

  • Forum Post: Great Dane Stomach Tacking

    Posted 09/06/2011 12:35:44 EDT

    All of my dogs are/were free fed, these include a yellow lab, beagle, pitbull, and now a border collie, retriever, and another beagle. For treats I get duck tenders (see below), the dogs love them and more »

  • Forum Post: The Pet Who Never Forgets - Please share

    Posted 08/21/2011 07:15:15 EDT

    To add to the list of foods dogs don’t like. Our beagle/basset mix (spoogie) would never eat a pea. If he was given a can of dog country stew, the peas would all be pushed to the side of the dish. Som more »

  • Forum Post: The Pet Who Never Forgets - Please share

    Posted 08/18/2011 11:15:23 EDT

    My cat Eddie is a shrimp addict, I have to buy extra shrimp for him or I will be scratched alive. As soon as he get a whiff of cooking shrimp his eyes become how huge there is no white showing.

    more »

  • Forum Post: Is Your Dog Biddable or Non-Biddable?

    Posted 08/17/2011 10:20:04 EDT

    I remember thinking about I would train my first lab to retrieve. He REALLY had the inbred, genetic predisposition to bring back what's thrown for him. He knew the difference between his ball and his more »

  • Forum Post: Elderly Cat Issues

    Posted 08/05/2011 10:21:02 EDT

    Having lived with pets my whole life, I have seen the dignity and acceptance of their deaths. Your cat will know when it her time to go, however it will be your decision to let her go naturally or hav more »

  • Forum Post: Dogs vs. Cats

    Posted 07/07/2011 07:47:39 EDT

    lukeseri58, I agree that dog's are woman's best friend. The very first dog I lived with was a longhaired daschund (I was 5). She watched over us and protected us like no dog I’ve had since. My most lo more »

  • Forum Post: Dogs vs. Cats

    Posted 07/06/2011 09:22:32 EDT

    Maldenlady, We have 2 acres, ¾ fenced, and a lot of protected farmland surrounding us. Great trails in the woods that are not public but we have access from our back yard, so it’s like having our own more »

  • Forum Post: Dogs vs. Cats

    Posted 07/06/2011 07:57:18 EDT

    I am a cat and dog lover. Over 20 years ago, when we bought our first home, I acquired Ralph, the most beautiful gray tiger cat in history. I have never had a pet (dog or cat) that was as loyal to me more »

  • Forum Post: Birthday Suggestions??

    Posted 05/22/2011 08:31:02 EDT

    I'd like to suggest something but around here everyday is a birthday for our dogs. more »

  • Forum Post: moral dilemma - to get cats or not

    Posted 05/05/2011 07:41:56 EDT

    I couldn't resist, here is Eddie and Thomas (he's the old one). In their favorite place, the library.


    more »

  • Forum Post: moral dilemma - to get cats or not

    Posted 05/05/2011 07:30:30 EDT

    I'd just like to add a comment about adopting an adult cat. Thirteen years ago I adopted a six year old cat. He was very shy and we let him have the space he needed at the time. Today he is a sweet, f more »

  • Forum Post: Hedgehogs

    Posted 03/30/2011 12:24:27 EDT

    How about a kitten? Soft, furry, friendly more »

  • Forum Post: Bones

    Posted 03/25/2011 12:34:59 EDT

    beef marrow bones, if not in the fresh meat section, look for them in the frozen food section


    more »

  • Forum Post: Bones

    Posted 03/25/2011 12:32:11 EDT

    Just looked up bully sticks, no way my puppies will get any! more »

  • Forum Post: Bones

    Posted 03/24/2011 02:56:27 EDT

    My dogs get uncooked beef marrow bones. They love them and it keeps their teeth clean. They get to keep the bones for a few days and then I get rid of them(the bones not the dogs). more »

  • Forum Post: Your favorite dog breed?

    Posted 03/16/2011 04:21:04 EDT

    In Response to Re: Your favorite dog breed?: [QUOTE]Thanks, spooge! :) We love our Innotek in-ground containment fence for Gracie, by the way - no chance of wandering off, getting lost, hit, whatever. more »

  • Forum Post: Your favorite dog breed?

    Posted 03/16/2011 11:29:02 EDT

    In Response to Re: Your favorite dog breed?:
    [QUOTE]We didn't get a lab to be a status symbol! Who could resist her? 
    Posted by kargiver[/QUOTE]

    She is BEAUTIFUL more »

  • Forum Post: Your favorite dog breed?

    Posted 03/16/2011 11:26:36 EDT

    In Response to Re: Your favorite dog breed?: [QUOTE]Beagles! Posted by soxfan718[/QUOTE] I do agree, our first beagle was a lost 3 month old puppy we decdied to keep when we couldn't find his owner. W more »

  • Forum Post: Pet Boarding Recommendations in Mass

    Posted 03/15/2011 12:26:56 EDT

    Preppy Pet in Fitchburg. You bring the dogs beds and food. Large cages if you want dogs in one. One-on-one play. I believe they have a webcam. I've used them and am happy with the service more »

Share