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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > just made a big batch but.......
Georgia

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Barked: Thu Oct 17, '13 5:40am PST 
thanks
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Other Barks & Woofs > Just A Thought
Georgia

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Barked: Tue Oct 15, '13 5:50am PST 
I call them all babies, puppies, or dog. Although once and awhile the dog is unusual looking that I do ask the breeds.
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > just made a big batch but.......

Georgia

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Barked: Mon Oct 14, '13 4:51pm PST 
Not to sound stupid but how do you powder egg shells?
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Dogs and a Clean Home > Help!! We have a war on fleas!

Piglet

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Barked: Mon Oct 14, '13 1:25pm PST 
My little girl is allergic to fleas along with mites, ticks and who knows what other bugs. Some of this may sound nuts but it's worked. All of the dogs are on comfortis. I bath her once a week in a mixture of dawn, oatmeal bath and Skin so soft. Vacuum often. for a couple of weeks all of the dog bedding was put in the dryer on high every day and washed once a week. I keep spray bottles with vinegar, water, lemon juice and spray everywhere about once a week. (that keeps other bugs away too) I also have a spray attachment that goes on my hose and I spray my yard down with dawn every week. BTW I also have a spray bottle of vinegar, water and skin so soft I spray on us and the dogs when the mosquitoes are bad which in Florida is all the time.
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Rescue, Adoption & Happy Endings > Good Adoption Practices

Petey

If it fits into- my mouth it's a- toy
 
 
Barked: Sun Oct 13, '13 6:13pm PST 
My friend who has little dog experience asked my advice and I suggested she volunteered at the shelter to get a better idea of how much care dogs take and check out different breeds of dogs. I don't know if she is going to or not but I think it's a good idea.
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Akita > Akita "aggression" (sweet akita harassed by jerk dogs)
Mac

70 lbs is not to- big to be a lap- dog
 
 
Barked: Sun Oct 13, '13 6:09pm PST 
I feel your pain. My big guy loves playing at the dog park and he loves little fuzzy dogs (really funny to watch) but the last time we took him one of the little dogs attacked him!! The little dog (about 10 lbs) bit him 3 times before my dog corrected him with a growl and bark. The other owner never corrected his dog and acted as if my dog should be put down.
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Rescue, Adoption & Happy Endings > Georgia on my mind

Georgia

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Barked: Sun Oct 13, '13 3:15pm PST 
Later this week we will be bringing home our new baby (Georgia) she was taken by animal control extremely underweight, she is still underweight and tires very easily. My 10yr old can walk 3xs as long and not be as tired out as she is on a short (1/2 a block) walk. I'm concerned that the other dogs energy level and rough play will hurt her. Does anyone have any advice for bringing her into the home?
Georgia is 7-10months old and a boxer mix. My other 2 are 15month old bulldog mixes and one 9yr bulldog mix.
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Food & Nutrition > Pedigree Dog Food

Mac

70 lbs is not to- big to be a lap- dog
 
 
Barked: Tue Jan 22, '13 6:27pm PST 
I do agree it is important for a dog or any animal to have a proper diet. I also know that you can have a healthy dog and feed them pedigree or purina. (can't speak of olroy) I've postponed responding to this thread and did my research. Nowhere around me offers a grain free dog food for less than $15.00 more than the cost of pedigree. Right now I'm looking to spend an extra $30-$50 a month with the switch of food. The point of me posting is, like I said before, I would hate for someone who was considering adopting a larger breed dog to decide not to adopt because they felt they could not afford the food.
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Food & Nutrition > Pedigree Dog Food

Mac

70 lbs is not to- big to be a lap- dog
 
 
Barked: Tue Jan 22, '13 5:34pm PST 
My pups are switching to a grain free food only because they are having a reaction to grains. Mac is 8 and healthy he doesn't smell (really he never ever smells which is odd) he has great teeth (we switched vets and the new vet said his teeth were exceptional for a dog his age) His breath doesn't stink and he is the perfect weight. Mac has eaten pedigree almost his whole life. There is more to having a healthy dog than food. I would hate for someone who was thinking of adopting a large dog to read this thread and decide not to adopt because the cost of food is too much. FYI if I spent $1 a lb for dog food it would be over $100 a month plus the cost of medications and flea treatment. Even the new food I bought for the puppies is less than $1 per pound.
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Puppy Place > Full-time job and Puppy
Piglet

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Barked: Tue Jan 22, '13 5:15pm PST 
We were crated for a few days and then got a fence to go along with the crate. Then the space kept getting bigger and bigger until the house was ours laugh out loud
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