Hello all! It has been quite some time since I've been around here and I see many new names but still recognize a handful of you. I have a question and there is no better place than BW for answers.
Anyhow, my Abbie girl was to the vet and she was diagnosed with a murmer, graded a 3. I asked...
The chunk pineapple does work, used it on my dog at one point in time. I gave more than one chunk though, she loved it and it worked.
I would clean up the poop right away so there is no chance of eating it but also try the pineapple because I know it is not always feasible to clean it up...
Well I guess I should have checked before I posted this. Very irritated and wondering what is going on? Maybe CNBC has decided it wasn't worth their time.
I am going to search this some more to see if I can find a reason.
I saw this on another site and thought I would post it here. A Dog's Breakfast, a documentary that was aired 3 years ago in Canada will finally be aired in the US.
CNBC Documentary to Examine the Pet Food Business - CNBC US - News on News
Should be interesting.
I normally clean the fridge out and stuff the kongs with anything that is safe for the dogs. I then wedge a biscuit in the "lip" sideways so it takes a lot to get that biscuit out.
More recently, I have been spreading peanut butter the whole way around the inside of the kong. Then I take a...
Is this ball basically the same thing as a cuz ball? made by the same company and you all describe an obnoxious squeak which describes the cuz. Brady is the exact same way Raine is with his cuz ball, it is like a pacifier to him. He even falls asleep with it in his mouth.
Thank you everyone! It means a lot.
Brady came back from the vet as happy as he was when he left. His lumps were taken off using local anesthetic as well so he never missed a beat. Local is the way to go. He is healing fine and never acted like he was in any pain, sitting on the side where...
Vet just called, both lumps were BENIGN!! She gave me the names of both of them, one was a hystiocytoma and I don't remember the other. I am going to call back and have them fax me the path reports.
I am so freaking excited I am shaking!
Aww, she is such a cutie. I live the picture of her and Calypso!
Glad to hear she is all sorted out and doing well now. The looks they give you make anything they do wrong and any amount of money you spend so worth it.
The "belly button" does look like a tiny umbilical hernia to me which isn't a big deal. Next vet visit, have it looked at and then when she is spayed, they can fix that as well.
Tha belly picture is so cute!