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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > Foxxy was mauled.
Foxxy

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Barked: Tue Jul 12, '16 5:34am PST 
http://www.ketv.com/news/loose-dog-attacks-man-kills-chihuahua/40417 564

They got the dog and the owner. That's my husband's back to the camera. This guy was visiting his girlfriend for a booty call and left his dog outside. Then he lied to the police and said he thought the dog was in the apartment. Yeah right. you can't exactly not notice the presence of a pit bull in a 500 sqft studio.
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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > Foxxy was mauled.
Foxxy

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Barked: Fri Jul 8, '16 5:30am PST 
dead instantly. The neighbor's dog was loose and came out of the shadows. She was ripped out of my husband's arms and crushed. I'm still trying to process. . .I can't even. . .

She was my baby dog. and she was brave to the end. Taggert tried to fight. He is fine, husband got him away and safe before he was bit too. Husband was bit on the hand as the dog jumped him and grabbed her.

4 AM. July 8 2016. My brave, sweet girl. She never had a chance.
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Raw Food Diet > Why do my raw fed dogs have dandruff?

Foxxy

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Barked: Mon Nov 10, '14 6:52pm PST 
dandruff isn't all about diet. have you been running your heater, and is it dry in your environment right now? dry skin from a dry environment will cause dandruff. It's just a thing that happens. Maybe get a humidifier for the house in the winter. That's what we do, and it seems to help
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Raw Food Diet > questions for some devoted BARF raw feeders

Foxxy

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Barked: Sun Aug 10, '14 2:57am PST 
are you feeding the dark meat, I assume, since those are the cheapest cuts of chicken? if so, those cuts are the highest in fats of any part of the bird. adding salmon oil is not necessary, and may be too much fat for your dog to handle.

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Raw Food Diet > raw food diet causing my dog high kidney BUN levels?

Taggert

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Barked: Fri Jul 25, '14 6:22pm PST 
High BUN isn't all about diet. I would look at a number of reasons why it might be high, including the fact that it is summer, and your dog might be dehydrated. One BUN test is not sufficient to diagnose the problem.

Was your dog's BUN high before you switched?
Perhaps you should check again in a week or a month to see if its still high. There are no reliable studies that diet contributes to high BUN in dogs.
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Dogster Lifestyle, News & Entertainment > Medieval dog names!
Foxxy

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Barked: Fri Jul 25, '14 6:01pm PST 
Did you ever wonder what people named their dogs a thousand years ago?
Medievalists. net talks about pet names
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Dog Health > 10 year old pug and neutering?

Foxxy

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Barked: Sun Jul 20, '14 5:11am PST 
It shouldn't be a problem. A vet that understands his anasthesia drugs will choose the one with the lowest risk for a brachy dog. It's a 15 minute-ish procedure, and 10 years old is just fine to neuter in a small dog. It's practically an outpatient deal. I know of lots of pugs living 15-18 years so he might have a whole lifetime ahead of him, and neutering will help with the aging prostate.

Find a good vet though, I wouldn't take him out to the quick places.
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Dog Health > Dog throwing up on purpose (at will)

Taggert

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Barked: Sat Jul 19, '14 3:21pm PST 
how does she eat? 8 months is one of those windows where anxieties can creep in. Many pet parents start to see food aggression at around this time, and it is something you should work on if you see it. Gulping down food is like a stage 1 food aggression and that is the#1 reason for regurgitation. It is a type of anxiety. It means that they do not feel secure in their eating arrangement. High strung dogs like terriers as a group as well as chihuahuas are prone to anxieties. They sort of get rooted in the dog in a window when they are weaned, and again when they are going through puberty.

Never punish a dog for vomiting. You just have to catch the behavior as it starts and reroute it to a more convenient place. If you see her pawing at the sofa, and that is a precursor to vomit, pick her up and put her in a kennel or set her outside for 15-30 minutes.

try using a dish that discourages gorging, or use a toy you can fill. When taggert was transitioning into our house, he used to try to attack foxxy, gulp down his, and try to bully foxxy out of hers, and then he would go find somewhere we could not easily reach to throw up, like under the table or behind the couch or under the bed. We got him to stop by putting his meal first by feeding him in his kennel and then leaving him in there for 15 minutes after he finished, and then when he was more secure in his environment, we bought him a food ball that he could roll all over the floor and food would drop out, which he would hoover up. By the time he had finished with his food, foxxy was done with her bowl. After a while, when we transitioned to raw, he was secure enough that he eats right next to her in his own bowl.
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Dog Health > Please HELP We are DESPERSATE, Wound will NOT Heal on Puppy *PICTURES*

Foxxy

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Barked: Sat Jul 12, '14 12:25pm PST 
good thing you were using iodine on it then. poor baby! just thank goodness it wasn't on a leg. hughughughug hopefully you can get all the bad tissues out and get baconto healing
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Grooming > Recommend a everyday brush?
Foxxy

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Barked: Fri Jul 11, '14 6:30am PST 
Just get a slicker brush. That's the one that looks like a bunch of blunted metal pins poked through a rubber mat. Slicker brushes pick up the hair that's already loose, whereas the furminator actively shaves the undercoat hairs with a blade at the base of the tines.

Slicker brushes are your basic everyday brush for long haired dogs. Short haired dogs, just use a silicon bristle mitt. There is a brand called "purebred" that makes the type of mitt you need.
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