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Behavior & Training > POTTY PADS
Lily

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Barked: Sat Feb 28, '15 1:50pm PST 
Have you tried a training pad holder? A training pad holder would prevent urine from soaking through to the floor and may help contain the mess better than the pads alone.
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Choosing the Right Dog > designer breeds
Lily

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Barked: Sun Feb 22, '15 7:51am PST 
According to a few Vets that I've spoken to, in their experiences they see the same amount, if not more, health problems in their mutt and mixed breed patients than they see in their purebred patients. shrug
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Behavior & Training > Carpet stains and potty training?

Lily

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Barked: Thu Feb 19, '15 8:29am PST 
I agree with Reina's suggestion, go back to go back to square one and treat her like she's a new 8 week old puppy.

As for product suggestions, one homemade solution that works fairly well is a 50/50 mix of vinegar and water, however in my experience it's hit or miss on stain removal and it sometimes it takes a few applications to remove odor from pet accidents. I usually use a product called OUT! Pet Stain & Odor remover, because it works well and it's relatively cheap. Good luck and I hope your pup is feeling better. hug
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Food & Nutrition > Nutrisca Dog Food Recall

Lily

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Barked: Fri Feb 13, '15 9:54am PST 
You're welcome! smile
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Food & Nutrition > Nutrisca Dog Food Recall

Lily

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Barked: Thu Feb 12, '15 12:57pm PST 
February 11, 2015 – Tuffy’s Pet Foods, Inc. of Perham, Minnesota, is voluntarily recalling specific lots of Nutrisca Chicken and Chick Pea Recipe Dry Dog Food because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.

What’s Been Recalled?
The affected product was distributed nationwide to distributors, brokers, retail stores and internet retailers.

The recall is limited to Nutrisca Chicken and Chick Pea Recipe Dry Dog Food in 4 pound bag sizes and bear UPC Code “8 84244 12495 7″ (found on lower back of the bag).

Products included in the recall are identified by the below first 5 digits of the Lot Code (found on upper back of the bag) and “Best by Dates” (found on upper back of the bag).

No other bag sizes or other Nutrisca dog food, cat food, biscuits/treats, supplements or other products are affected by this announcement.

First five digits of Lot Codes include:
4G29P
4G31P
4H01P
4H04P
4H05P
4H06P

Best By Dates include:
Jul 28 16
Jul 30 16
Jul 31 16
Aug 03 16
Aug 04 16
Aug 05 16


source:
http://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/dog-food-recall/nutrisca-dog-food-re call/
(Please remember to remove any spaces that may appear in the URL when you copy & paste the link.)
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Behavior & Training > Behavior Issues
Scruffy- (RIP)

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Barked: Sat Feb 7, '15 12:44pm PST 
You should consult a certified dog behaviorist, not a trainer.
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Food & Nutrition > New puppy and can't afford raw

Scruffy- (RIP)

In Loving Memory
 
 
Barked: Thu Jan 29, '15 7:08pm PST 
You might want to check out Pure Balance. It's sold at Walmart and it's actually made by by Ol' Roy, but it's far better than the rest of the Ol' Roy line. Do you have any feed stores or tractor supply stores near you? Sometimes places like that have decent selection of dog foods at lower prices than specialty pet stores might. Also, congrats on your new addition!
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Food & Nutrition > Food Advice.

Scruffy- (RIP)

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Barked: Tue Jan 13, '15 9:22am PST 
The OP is from the UK, some of those brands might not be available in the UK.

If I remember correctly, Dr. Tim's and Fromm are available in the UK. Another one to consider might be Farmina, but that one might be kind of expensive though.
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Dog Health > Kidney Failure

Scruffy- (RIP)

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Barked: Sun Jan 4, '15 9:42am PST 
You're welcome! Another good website for info is dogaware.

Here is the Link (please remember to remove any spaces that may appear in the URL.):
http://dogaware.com/health/kidney.html
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Dog Health > Kidney Failure
Scruffy- (RIP)

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Barked: Sat Jan 3, '15 10:12am PST 
I don't know about support groups on Dogster, but there are some good ones on Yahoo that people kept suggesting to me. Might be worth a look. They are called K9Kidneys and K9KidneyDiet. Sending hugs to Dibbles and his mom. hughughughughughughughug
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