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Dog Health > Does anyone have problems with tumors.
Mrs. Trudy

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Barked: Thu Apr 23, '15 4:32pm PST 
yes, what i have noticed is when you remove tumors, they come back. I have had 3 in the same area...one on the top of my left leg, then one on the elbow, and now one on the side (near the top) of my left leg. None are cancerous (aspirated). I'm what you would call a lumpy beagle. laugh out loud I had two removed because they were getting a little bigger and we were worried it might start interfering with my joints. They were never to big. The one I have now has been there a couple of years and it hasn't gotten bigger.
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Dog Health > Dog's Lipoma's
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Barked: Mon Mar 16, '15 5:21am PST 
I'm another lumpy dog here too...I agree with them both. Nothing you can do. I have had three removed but only because of where they were...just above my eye (got a little bigger) and on my elbow and leg. The other ones on my sides, stomach, we just leave alone and monitor. shrug
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Dog Health > No poop for 24 hours

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Barked: Tue Jan 27, '15 10:04am PST 
I just went through this...constipation for a couple of days...a couple of tablespoons of pure 100% pumpkin (not pie filling) helps way to go My vet recommended it
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Dog Health > Does anyone else's dog use the "Cone of Shame" as a lethal weapon?

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Barked: Thu Oct 17, '13 5:56am PST 
I was like that when I wore a cone. I just bulldozed my way every where. Mom says I had no sense with that cone of shame on laugh out loud
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Dog Health > Post surgical stomach upset

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Barked: Mon Jun 10, '13 5:58pm PST 
My Trudy will whine and pace a bit for about 24 hours...the first 12-18 seem to be the worse when she comes out of the anesthesia. We were told not to feed her much either. We did feed a little bit of rice and chicken...just a little and then the next day she ate her normal breakfast. she still whined a little bit in the morning but it was better.

Libby is whining because she's feeling off...she knows something isn't right. It isn't necessarily stomach upset, but if you come out of anesthesia (if you have experienced it before), you know you feel woozy, drowsy. She should feel better in the morning. If not, give the vet a call but you should see improvement. Libby sounds exactly like Trudy. She was restless...whined...laid down for a bit. whined...and so on. Hang in there way to gohug
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Dog Health > How to give a dog Benadryl
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Barked: Fri Apr 26, '13 5:28am PST 
yeah we have used the pill pockets. I also get a little can food in my meal so mom just puts pills in a small spoonful and hands feeds it to me. and Mia, can I say you are adorable cloud 9
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Dog Health > ear licking

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Barked: Thu Apr 18, '13 6:10am PST 
interesting...my beagle sister cleans my ears every day and i am the only one of three beagles who has never had an ear infection in our family. In fact the vet comments on how clean my ears are shrug
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Dog Health > Vomiting bile at consistent times?

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Barked: Mon Mar 11, '13 7:27am PST 
I was going to suggest the same thing as Jake. I get like that late in the afternoon and will get an upset tummy if I don't have a little snack. By having a few biscuits, it seems to settle my tummy and now I do fine way to go
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Food & Nutrition > Switched to Taste Of The Wild :)

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Barked: Sat Feb 16, '13 5:47pm PST 
I was changed to Taste of the Wild a few years ago. I had been eating Nutro dog food. Switching over was really easy and I really enjoyed the food. I think it was the High Prarie food. I noticed my coat became softer and less course. My bowel movements were more normal too. I did end up changing to wellness reduced fat because I needed to be on a diet and I found that the wellness helped me manage my weight. But I did love TOTW!way to go
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Dog Health > Doggy teeth brushing?
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Barked: Tue Nov 6, '12 5:16am PST 
YOu may want to have a vet look at her teeth. It's possible she is having problems that you can't see. my breath was pretty darn bad until I had a teeth cleaning and it improved quite a bit. Mom now brushes couple of times a week and as long as she's consistent, it helps with my breath way to go
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