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Pug > I\'m getting a new sister soon!! We need a name!?

Tinker The- Stinker

Tinker the- Stinker born to- kiss
 
 
Barked: Sun May 31, '09 7:38am PST 
I vote that your mommy and daddy get you a new brother. My brother that just passed away would play with me, but my sister just wants to kill me.
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Pug > Arf! Arf! Arf!
Tinker The- Stinker

Tinker the- Stinker born to- kiss
 
 
Barked: Sun May 31, '09 7:36am PST 
I'm hanging out relaxing now before I plot my next adventure. I feel an attack on my older sister is in the near future, but she gets really irritated with me. Maybe my dad will play a game of extreme tag with me again. I love it when he chases me then I chase him.
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Pug > Controlling the Shedding of my Pug?

Chyna

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Barked: Sun May 31, '09 7:34am PST 
I have found that with my own pugs and many of the foster pugs that I have through pug rescue, feeding them a quality food that does not contain corn, soy, wheat and some of the other fillers helps. There are times that they will still shed more then usual, but I also use a furminator with them which helps. I will also take them outside and rub them to help get a lot of the loose hair out.
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Pug > What Can I eat to have a healthy coat?

Chyna

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Barked: Sat Mar 21, '09 7:06pm PST 
I've found that avoiding foods with corn, soy and wheat help quite a bit as far as shedding and having a soft coat. There are lots of good foods out there. Some that I really like are

Addiction
Fromm
Natural Balance
Natures Variety
Great Life
Merrick
Solid Gold
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Brussels Griffon > Strange Pain Symptoms in my griff

Tinker The- Stinker

Tinker the- Stinker born to- kiss
 
 
Barked: Sun Feb 8, '09 7:28pm PST 
It is really hard to tell why he is having these symptoms. I just adopted my first BG in August, and while he appears to be healthy right now, I also have pugs and have experienced more illnesses and diseases then I would have ever imagined. I recently took my female pug to have an mri, and I am glad that I had it done. However, I already knew 100% that it was something spinal or a tumor in her spine. She was dragging her back legs a little and had become fecal incontinent. She has degenerative disc disease which could not be fixed with surgery. It can get worse so we were told that she is not allowed to do stairs now, no jumping up and down furniture, etc... So, we built a handipug ramp for her to get into the back yard. If your BG does have something spinal going on, the sooner it is determined, the better chance of 100% recovery. I would strongly recommend taking you baby to one of the teaching veterinary schools. I've had great luck on numerous occasions with 3 different universities dealing with liver shunts, chronic bronchitis and most recently with spinal issues and urinary issues. Good luck in finding what is causing the problems.
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