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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > MJR's Eureka!!!
Scruffy- (RIP)

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Barked: Mon Feb 8, '16 9:08am PST 
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Food & Nutrition > Grinding kibble?
Lily

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Barked: Thu Dec 10, '15 9:27am PST 
Have you tried adding warm water? I add warm water to Lily's food. It makes the wet food into a gravy and softens the kibble which makes her more likely to eat it.
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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > Hershey Bear (2003 - 2015)

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Barked: Tue Nov 24, '15 8:54am PST 
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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > And So It ended 10.02.2015

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Barked: Wed Oct 14, '15 4:39pm PST 
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Dog Health > Second Wind? Eating more and chasing the cat

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Dog Health > Renal Support and Subcutaneous Fluids?
Scruffy- (RIP)

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Barked: Wed Sep 9, '15 2:39pm PST 
For Scruffy for kidney support we had him on Azodyl, Petalive Kidney Support Drops, and a prescription kidney diet. I know some folks don't like the RX diets but it did help Scruffy a lot for quite a long time (we had to try a few before we found that right one - Purina's kidney diet gave him diarrhea but he did great on Hills K/D.) You may want to discuss alternative diets with your Vet, especially if Jake is picky or isn't eating well. Eventually we had to use alternative diets for Scruffy when he started losing his appetite, so I looked on dogaware.com for suggestions on what I could feed him that was low in phosphorus during those times. As for SubQ fluids, that is something you should discuss further with your Vet. hughughughug
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Behavior & Training > Its me or your dog. Help!

Lily

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Barked: Wed Jul 22, '15 8:57am PST 
You should contact a certified dog behaviorist in your area. They will be able to help. Good luck.
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Dog Health > Best Teeth Brushing Options

Lily

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Barked: Wed Jul 15, '15 8:15am PST 
I just use a soft bristle baby toothbrush for Lily. It does the job and they are typically cheaper than "doggie toothbrushes". Since Hank has a large mouth you could probably just use a regular soft bristle toothbrush instead of a baby size one. For toothpaste I recommend Virbac CET Toothpaste. My picky pup LOVES the "Seafood Flavor" and thinks it's an extra special treat, which helps make brushing her teeth really easy.
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Dog Laws & Legislation > Are Veterinarians held to any client confidentiality agreements?

Lily

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Barked: Thu Jun 18, '15 9:12am PST 
That won't help.
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Dog Laws & Legislation > Are Veterinarians held to any client confidentiality agreements?
Lily

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Barked: Tue Jun 16, '15 6:49pm PST 
We're related, so, yes.
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