Border Collie/Newfoundland
Picture of Adam, a male Border Collie/Newfoundland

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Age: 8 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-mutt-pound dog

November 20th 2007

Forums Motto:
Vaccine free -Disease free goes pawinpaw

The Last Forum I Posted In:
Swollen eyelidss what to do

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November 3rd 2010 More than 5 years!

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my pet carnivore

November 11th 2011 8:58 pm
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I'm making an order here for the dogs at my pet carnivore. We are going to do a rare time splurge for beaver!

I came across this page on their site with vaccine informative links nt&view=article&id=84&Itemid=123

And came across this quote I like very much
"Disease is not caused by viruses or by bacteria or by heartworm-bearing mosquitoes. Disease comes from within, and one aspect of disease can be the susceptibility to various pathogens. So the best thing to do is to address those susceptibilities on the deepest possible level, so that the pathogens will no longer be a threat. Most importantly, don't buy into the fear." Dr. Jeffrey Levy DVM


Lyme disease prevention

October 25th 2011 5:28 pm
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I'd been reading about lyme disease and since this is the time for most of all America that dogs may contract lyme disease, I wanted to share something that I'd read about recently. If your dog was bit by deer tick, there are 2 things you can give to help prevent lyme disease from attacking.

The first and I think best one is called Ledum. It's a homeopathic remedy, that should be given in 30c for 2 days after a deer tick bite. Even some conventional vets acknowledge ledum for it's abilities to stop lyme.

The second is called Bioactive Lym D. It's also used for treatment active lyme disease, but the prevention dose is smaller. If a dog is at risk, hopefully under a vet's supervision these two preventions can be utilized.

This is a great article with faq to answer simply why dogs can still get lyme disease while on frontline and what more can you do to protect your dogs if you have a lyme disease risk: yme-prevention/


know what the pills are and side effects for that your vet- prescribes before you give them!

October 12th 2011 8:51 pm
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Like this one for separation anxiety: s_dogs.html

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