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Puppy Place > Hi! I was thrown from a truck on Christmas Eve!
Tallulah

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Barked: Tue Dec 29, '09 1:04pm PST 
Why dont people throw puppies into MY yard? Its not fair!!

I'm sorry that man threw her away, but what a wonderful surprise for you!
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Rescue, Adoption & Happy Endings > What breed(s) is my rescued dog?
Tennessee

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Barked: Sun Dec 27, '09 10:43am PST 
Cute! I'd say beagle/ rat terrier
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Puppy Place > more confused than ever about breed

Tennessee

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Barked: Sun Dec 27, '09 9:56am PST 
He still looks like a pitt mix to me!! And I can see that a little in his brothers face as well.
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Puppy Place > chances of me dying in my sleep are increasing...

Tallulah

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Barked: Sun Dec 27, '09 9:40am PST 
This post scares me, my father died during an asthma attack. Its nothing to mess around with.

I developed severe dust mite allergies this year and was put on 4 oral meds ( claritin, benadryl, zyrtec, and prednisone) and 2 inhalers ( albuterol and advair) to get it under control. I now take just claritin, and benedryl and albuterol when I need it.

If you aren't taking anything for allergies, I'd try taking Claritin during the day and Benadryl at night. ( Zyrtec makes me drowsy and depressed) Remove carpeting from your home, and keep the dog out of your bedroom. Those hepa air filters do work good for some allergens, pet included.

If all else fails, your health has to come first, sorry to say.

And definitely get a rescue inhaler, and prime it every couple weeks if you dont use it often.
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Grooming > First trip to the groomers :(

Tallulah

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Barked: Sat Dec 26, '09 7:03am PST 
So glad you got it resolved and they were able to repair it for you!
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Behavior & Training > Blind and Deaf - help!
Barahona and- Blue- angels

my doxie angels
 
 
Barked: Thu Dec 24, '09 2:58pm PST 
Poor old Ben! I would leave the furniture as is, I am sure he will get used to it, and moving it might confuse him.

I used to stomp my foot on the floor to call my mostly deaf and blind doxie. She could feel the vibration. If he likes treats you could work out your signal ( if he can hear hand clapping that works unless he loses more hearing) and reward him when he comes.. make a little game out of it for him.

Bless you for taking him in!
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Behavior & Training > How to introduce a new diet! Urgent help needed

Salsa - memorial- page

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Barked: Thu Dec 24, '09 2:47pm PST 
There are a lot of options for home cooked meals instead of premade "veterinary diets" if this is what your dog is used to. Plus if her kidneys are throwing her appetite off it will be that much harder for her to accept the new kibble.

This page has TONS of information, it is geared toward diets for dogs with kidney disease. And if lowering sodium and phosphorus are the main goals with the diet the vet prescribed, it should be very easy to come up with a solution that works for both of you. It is a very long page with lots of links to other sources and research and support groups. I hope it helps!

http://www.dogaware.com/kidney.html#protein
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Dog Health > What Are the Dangers of Frontline Plus for Your Pet Dog?

Tennessee

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Barked: Thu Dec 24, '09 11:02am PST 
You probably should have washed the area with dawn, it removes oils- that's what they wash those oil-spill animals with.

However, I have used Frontline Plus on a variety of pets with no problems. I generally use it twice a year; once in the spring, and again late summer. I do not believe it will make a difference whether her body is used to chemicals or not , as far as how she handles the Frontline as it would be a unique medication to her system anyhow.

What do you give for heartworm/other worm prevention?
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Choosing the Right Dog > What Is a Yorkie & Toy Poodle Mix?

Tallulah

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Barked: Thu Dec 24, '09 7:13am PST 
Ando, its a sad thing!
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Puppy Place > Help figuring out Van\'s breed
Tallulah

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Barked: Thu Dec 24, '09 7:01am PST 
I see that you really want him to be a Greater swiss mix but I just don't think so, based on size, appearance and likelyhood of stray swiss Mountain dogs roaming around. Either way he sounds like a sweet guy who is bonding nicely to you! It will be fun to watch him grow up!

This is an 8 week old swiss mountain dog:

http://www.swissylover.com/images/tucker/puppies/Fergusandme.jpg
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