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Dog Health > Why does my puppy keep getting these bumps?
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Barked: Tue Aug 28, '12 12:49pm PST 
Bump
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Dog Health > Parvo advice sought
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Barked: Sat Aug 25, '12 8:43am PST 
I have nursed two dogs back to health with Parvo the first one had it way worse than the other. With her I was giving her progressive doses of pedialite starting with 1 ml every 1/2 hour then every few hours as long as she wasn't vomiting I would more pedialite and go longer between doses. She also got penicillin shots every 12 hours. Good luck to you!hug
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Dog Health > Why does my puppy keep getting these bumps?

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Barked: Fri Aug 24, '12 3:38pm PST 
We'll see if this works. This is what it looks like.
http://i7.photobucket.com/albums/y280/latb611/7471E5FE-14D5-425E-A 9EC-6182B750FDF4-21653-00000BA5C9E8C2E4.jpg
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Dog Health > Why does my puppy keep getting these bumps?

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Barked: Fri Aug 24, '12 3:15pm PST 
My sons puppy Rocky keeps getting these bumps that scab over under his front leg (arm pit area). They don't seem to bother him and don't seem like ant bites because the seem to be always there. Has anyone else had this? I will try to post a pic.
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Behavior & Training > Silly/Embarassing Things I Do With My Dog(s)

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Barked: Sun Aug 19, '12 10:50am PST 
- I constantly talk to Boots calling him my little man and my Bootsy boy
- we play hide and go seek with the covers on my bed
- if I can sneak up on him and then call his name and touch him at the same time it is hilarious to watch him spaz out.
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Dog Health > Ear mites!
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Barked: Tue Jul 24, '12 7:31pm PST 
A friend of mines 4 1/2 month old puppy has ear mites. She has tried the over the counter stuff and it just is not working. I was wondering if there were any other suggestions I could give her until her vet appointment. Also this pup is very long and lanky and eats everything in sight but she still looks super skinny any ideas for that?
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Rescue, Adoption & Happy Endings > Do rescued dogs know they're rescued?

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Barked: Mon Jul 23, '12 6:59am PST 
I have recently brought home my first rescue dogs, Lily and Rocky. I went in the shelter for Lily and when I saw her brother Rocky I couldn't leave him there to be put down. Our intention is to foster Rocky for a little while until we can get him fixed and utd on his shots and then find him a good home. Rocky has been go go go since we brought him home. With Lily I was warned that she was shy and could snap at people until she was comfortable, so they told me to be careful with my kids. They couldn't have been more wrong! Lily has been nothing but sweet. She is very calm and has not snapped at anyone even when all my kids first saw her and crowded around her. When she is loose in the house and is excited she runs straight for me and if I am sitting jumps straight in my lap and sits down. I think she was just scared in that shelter and that is why she was snapping, and even though she is only 3 months old I think she knows she was rescued.
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Rescue, Adoption & Happy Endings > Do rescued dogs know they're rescued?

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Barked: Mon Jul 23, '12 6:57am PST 
I have recently brought home my first rescue dogs, Lily and Rocky. I went in the shelter for Lily and when I saw her brother Rocky I couldn't leave him there to be put down. Our intention is to foster Rocky for a little while until we can get him fixed and utd on his shots and then find him a good home. Rocky has been go go go since we brought him home. With Lily I was warned that she was shy and could snap at people until she was comfortable, so they told me to be careful with my kids. They couldn't have been more wrong! Lily has been nothing but sweet. She is very calm and has not snapped at anyone even when all my kids first saw her and crowded around her. When she is loose in the house and is excited she runs straight for me and if I am sitting jumps straight in my lap and sits down. I think she was just scared in that shelter and that is why she was snapping, and even though she is only 3 months old I think she knows she was rescued.
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Puppy Place > Food problems

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Barked: Sat Jul 21, '12 6:17pm PST 
I just brought home a new beagle mix puppy from the local animal control. She is three months old and appears to be really sweet and really smart. We brought her home on Monday and in the house she already seems to be responding to her name. The problem I am having is with her food . The shelter was just feeding her puppy chow and I feed my dogs TOTW Pacific Stream Puppy twice a day. They did not mention any feeding issues with her but she only seems to be willing to eat in the evenings. The recommendation for her weight on the bag says that she should be eating close to 2 cups per day. All I have been able to get her to eat is 1/2 cup on her own and then another 1/4 cup if I feed her by hand. Should I be concerned? She seems pretty healthy and when I weighed her she weighed 9.2 lbs. Any ideas would be appreciated!
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Beagle > Food problems
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Barked: Sat Jul 21, '12 6:04pm PST 
I just brought home a new beagle mix puppy from the local animal control. She is three months old and appears to be really sweet and really smart. We brought her home on Monday and in the house she already seems to be responding to her name. The problem I am having is with her food . The shelter was just feeding her puppy chow and I feed my dogs TOTW Pacific Stream Puppy twice a day. They did not mention any feeding issues with her but she only seems to be willing to eat in the evenings. The recommendation for her weight on the bag says that she should be eating close to 2 cups per day. All I have been able to get her to eat is 1/2 cup on her own and then another 1/4 cup if I feed her by hand. Should I be concerned? She seems pretty healthy and when I weighed her she weighed 9.2 lbs. Any ideas would be appreciated!
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