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What I Love About Dogster > Lori @HQ Testing
Duchess- 7/21/03-1/14- /12 Love U

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Barked: Tue Sep 2, '14 11:28pm PST 
Weird, something changed on my end. I have to scroll down quite a bit now to see anything. It's like it's all blank at the top now for me. There used to be pics there and now the pics are in the middle to the bottom part of the page. I don't know how else to explain it but it is different on my end than how it always used to be.
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What I Love About Dogster > Lori @HQ Testing
Duchess- 7/21/03-1/14- /12 Love U

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Barked: Mon Sep 1, '14 3:29am PST 
Is this the new layout of the site? When I am able to get onto the site, I have to scroll down quite a bit to see anything.
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Senior Dogs > Circling constantly

Duchess- 7/21/03-1/14- /12 Love U

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Barked: Sun Jun 22, '14 5:00pm PST 
Duchess did the same thing but her situation was different because she also had a brain tumor. She had a few seizures as well. 2 years after we sent her to the Bridge (after being assured from our vet that there was nothing else that could be done), I came across the below article on Dogster and now I wonder if we gave up on her too soon. Either way my heart is broken but I will never forgive myself if that is the case.

http://www.dogster.com/lifestyle/dog-health-idiopathic-veti bular-disease-patia-dizzy

I would definitely get a second opinion and I would ask about the above article if you feel that it applies to you.
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Saint Bernard > My Saint is a pawer

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Barked: Sun May 4, '14 12:03pm PST 
My Saint never did that but my Great Pyrenees does. It is so adorable but not so much when you get woken up to it.
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Saint Bernard > 6 month puppy growing too slow?

Duchess- 7/21/03-1/14- /12 Love U

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Barked: Sun Apr 6, '14 11:53am PST 
Duchess was small for the St. Bernard breed too. She maintained a healthy weight just under 100lbs for most of her entire adult life. Once she got to maybe 107 lbs. but then she lost those few extra pounds. The vet said she was fine. Duchess was always a picky eater. I used to joke and say she is a typical girl and likes to watch her weight. As long as the vet isn't concerned and you can't see any bones, I think she is fine. Good luck with her. smile
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Saint Bernard > Joint Supplements
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Barked: Sun Mar 30, '14 9:57pm PST 
We use Pet Naturals of Vermont Hip & Joint Extra Strength. We buy it at Petco.
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Saint Bernard > Joint Supplements

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Barked: Sun Mar 23, '14 1:04pm PST 
Would Gatsby eat the powder joint pills if you tried putting them in those pill pockets or pill wraps?
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Grooming > What is the best and safest way to clean a dirty backside?

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Barked: Tue Mar 4, '14 9:35am PST 
Thanks everyone. I do clip her backside myself in between her being groomed but no matter how much I trim it, she seems to put her entire backside down in her mess. I guess I will just have to wipe her every time she goes. I just never had a dog that did that before.
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Great Pyrenees > What is the best and safest way to clean a dirty backside?

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Barked: Tue Feb 25, '14 4:13pm PST 
I have a female GP that when she goes to the bathroom, she sits her whole backside in her mess so her otherwise white fur is not so white back there. What is the best and safest way to clean that area to get it clean and white in between baths? I am constantly brushing and spraying it with a water bottle but she hates being brushed and doesn't want to be sprayed either and the water kind of smears some of the mess making it more difficult to clean. I was wondering if baby wipes would work and if it is safe to use? Or if there are any other better suggestions?
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Grooming > What is the best and safest way to clean a dirty backside?
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THE GREAT WHITE- HYPE!
 
 
Barked: Tue Feb 25, '14 4:11pm PST 
I have a female Great Pyrenees that when she goes to the bathroom, she sits her whole backside in her mess so her otherwise white fur is not so white back there. What is the best and safest way to clean that area to get it clean and white in between baths? I am constantly brushing and spraying it with a water bottle but she hates being brushed and doesn't want to be sprayed either and the water kind of smears some of the mess making it more difficult to clean. I was wondering if baby wipes would work and if it is safe to use? Or if there are any other better suggestions?
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