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Plus Power of the Paw > Prayers for Jasper
Jasper- ♥ RIP- 5/29/13

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Barked: Thu May 30, '13 11:34am PST 
Thank you all so much! Yesterday was the hardest day I've had in a long time, thankfully. He was ready. Poor little man. cry WE weren't but then we never are. Nobody but people who share our passion for them knows that the loss is as real as any other family member.
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Plus Power of the Paw > Prayers for Jasper
Jasper- ♥ RIP- 5/29/13

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Barked: Wed May 29, '13 7:13pm PST 
I can upload new pix if you can make him some wings. I would be so grateful. He is now my guardian angel. I told him before he left that I would listen for him when I go to show me the way some day.
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Plus Power of the Paw > Prayers for Jasper

Jasper- ♥ RIP- 5/29/13

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Barked: Wed May 29, '13 10:46am PST 
My sweet boy Jasper is going to the Bridge today. He was a shelter rescue 5 years ago and has been declining over the past several weeks. It's time :-( Anyone out there who could make some wings? Thanks.
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Dog of the Day & Week > Jasper's Dog of the Day!

Jasper- ♥ RIP- 5/29/13

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Barked: Tue Mar 27, '12 5:49am PST 
Who knew?! We don't get over here much any more. So happy our boy is Dog of the Day! Hello to old friends. Wishing all a wonderful Spring smile
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Plus Power of the Paw > POP fur Willie!!

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Die- Cancer,- Die!
 
 
Barked: Thu Sep 9, '10 5:44pm PST 
Always in our thoughts and prayers. Many hugs to Willie and Joni. Know that we are here for you.hug♥♥♥

Pokie & pack
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Dog Health > COMFORTIS® and ivermectin interaction Safety Warning Notification
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Barked: Thu Aug 26, '10 10:49am PST 
Leah, it's apples and oranges. With Comfortis, we're giving a long acting systemic medication, and the medication is designed to be "effective" for 6-8 weeks. I find it hard to believe that splitting the dosage over such a small period to spare a pet's tummy is going to make a difference. IMHO
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Dog Health > COMFORTIS® and ivermectin interaction Safety Warning Notification

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Barked: Thu Aug 26, '10 9:07am PST 
The previous poster only said she was going to half the pill for morning and night. That won't hurt anything given within the span of 12 hours. I have discovered a better way to give it. I asked my vet for large empty gelatin capsules. I crush the pills in a sandwich bag and then cut across the opposite corner and funnel the powder into the capsules. (it takes 2). Then put that into a pill pocket. It hides the smell and offers some protection for the tummy. Make sure to give with a meal followed by a Tums or Pepto tablet for extra protection. This works GREAT for your flea allergic puppers, and they don't fuss at all!
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Dog Health > Least toxic topical flea treatment

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Barked: Thu Aug 26, '10 8:33am PST 
I highly recommend Comfortis too. Only negative is the taste, and you can't hide that taste well with pill pockets, cheese, or much of anything. I have started crushing the tablet and putting the powder into empty gelatin capsules and then putting them in pill pockets. That works great! The protection from Comfortis is awesome. Just make sure you give with a meal, and a Pepto tablet or other antacid because it's rough on the tummy :-(
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Dog Health > Flea allergy/sensitivity - question

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Barked: Thu Aug 26, '10 8:30am PST 
We use Comfortis. It's a tablet given orally sort of like a Capstar, but longer lasting. It protects 6-8 weeks at a time. It kills any fleas on the dog and any that jump on it. It won't stop them from biting, but believe me, if you treat her with it, your flea population will drastically decrease. It costs about the same as Frontline. You would probably have to put it in a pill pocket or piece of cheese to get her to take it. That worked for a while. Now I crush the pill and put it into empty gelatin capsules and THEN into pill pockets, and my dog takes it just fine. When I got him, his skin was red as a beet due to flea allergies. Now, 2 years later, he has no skin issues and we have very, very few fleas in general. Good luck!
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Dog Health > Male dog looking for action?????
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Barked: Wed Aug 25, '10 12:33pm PST 
Of course the easy remedy, and most responsible, neuter your boys - just sayin.........
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