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Saying Goodbye: Memorials & Support > Goodbye my love
Gwydion

Boxer Gentleman
 
 
Barked: Thu May 3, '12 5:41am PST 
I lost my Brigid in january to cancer, she was so young! And yesterday my Gwydion suddenly passed away here at home. He was only 7 1/2 years old. So sudden, no signs of illness or discomfort, he was just gone. Please, live every moment with your dog as if each breathe is precious, because it truly is.little angel
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Dog Health > Health issues in Portland.
Gwydion

Boxer Gentleman
 
 
Barked: Wed Apr 20, '11 7:17am PST 
Mom grew up there, and we recently moved away. We never use flea medication (think we had it once when we lived there) and never ever used heartworm medication. Mom did dog rescue, and spent a long time working in the local humane society as feline welfare coordinator (bringing home cats for foster all the time too) and the only heartworm she ever saw was from animals brought from out of area. So in our cases it was fine to go without. We used natural defenses against the fleas, and if mom saw we had any we got baths
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Dog Health > Brutus threw up this morning

Gwydion

Boxer Gentleman
 
 
Barked: Sun Nov 28, '10 8:06am PST 
I would say he ate something and was having trouble from it off hand. If it were right away you could have given him something to help him puke it up, but it sounded like he had been having issues for a while. If he were a different breed, and had he not gone to the yard already I would have thought bloat. But since he has improved a bit, I would say he ate something and had it got caught.

If his belly starts feeling tight or he starts acting at all in pain get him to a vet. Otherwise maybe some broth to soothe his throat a little might help
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Dog Health > Brutus threw up this morning

Gwydion

Boxer Gentleman
 
 
Barked: Sun Nov 28, '10 7:58am PST 
Call your local emergency vet, if not bringing him in. They should be able to advise you
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Dog Health > 3rd "sheath infection" in as many months

Gwydion

Boxer Gentleman
 
 
Barked: Fri Jan 22, '10 11:37pm PST 
Poor Bam Bam! OUCH. I hope they figure it out this time around and get him healed up
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Boxer > Boxers for adoption
Gwydion

Boxer Gentleman
 
 
Barked: Wed Nov 18, '09 9:45am PST 
Well, we got addicted to the FB thing for a while, but are back now. laugh out loud One thing we did notice on there was a function that you could put adoptable dogs on your profile. Well, one such dog I found is in my old hometown. shock There are rarely boxers for adoption in that area, so we were excited. Unfortunately he must be an only dog, and no small children.

So if anyone knows somebody in Vancouver Washington area looking.... John Wayne is for adoption at thier humane society
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Home Prepared Food & Recipes > pork tenderloin

Gwydion

Boxer Gentleman
 
 
Barked: Tue Nov 17, '09 2:47pm PST 
We use pork in our home cooked. You do have to watch the greasy levels
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Boxer > Possible torn ligament?

Gwydion

Boxer Gentleman
 
 
Barked: Mon Aug 31, '09 11:42pm PST 
This site is gold...... http://home.earthlink.net/~tiggerpoz/index.html

I would look into some of what they advise in there.
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Dog Health > Bad Breath

Gwydion

Boxer Gentleman
 
 
Barked: Mon Aug 10, '09 4:42pm PST 
It could be digestive. That does affect the breath. Maybe some digestive aid? Might need to switch foods as well. Switching the types of food has made a huge difference in my dogs.
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Dog Health > Boxer - hip problems
Gwydion

Boxer Gentleman
 
 
Barked: Mon Aug 10, '09 4:40pm PST 
Hey Bailey. Depending on what your vet tells you is going on, there are some things you can do to help strengthen a little bit. Unfortunately, because of your age things are only going to help so much. I don't know if you are close to these guys or not, but they might be able to help.

http://www.caninewatertherapy.com/pools_canada_nb.html

Also T Touch or pretty much any canine massage helps some.

Santana is right on not doing any stairs and such. Over doing it is bad, and anyplace that you might lose balance due to pain (stairs, rock hopping, that kinda stuff)

Let us know what your vet says is going on, maybe we can be of more help.
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