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  1. General Dog Forum
    I have a 2 years Shiba Inu and everyone in my family told me to neuter him, not because he is aggressive, because he is not aggressive at all. There is just one creature that he hates and that is my cat, however he learned that he shouldn't hurt the cat. My mother, and my father and some other...
  2. General Dog Forum
    I made some cocoa drink and my dog drank about a full glass of it while I wasn't watching. I know that chocolate is toxic for dogs. I didn't put actual chocolate in the drink just cocoa powder, I don't know if that's less toxic for dogs than real chocolate. I went to the vet and they told me not...
  3. WOPet
    Our doggies have memory. Often, they record the emotions associated with certain events and experiences, including visits to the veterinarian. When they return, these same feelings come back and can put the dogs in a state of stress. Nevertheless, it is quite possible to help him to go beyond...
  4. Dog Health Questions
    Hi - i have a puppy 15 weeks he was born in our care, he had trouble walking to begin with dragging his hind legs struggling to stand ,he eventually did walk but seems weak on the back legs , he has been urine incontinent always and recently becoming less able To control bowels also , we have...
  5. Dog Health Questions
    Hi there, My 9 month old Corgi mix baby just got neutered this week. It was supposed to happen two months ago, but the adoption agency kept "forgetting" to send the certificate needed by the Vet. But, that's a whole different story. So, he was Neutered, and had no issues during surgery. He was...
  6. Dog Health Questions
    I want a vet that I can go to "regularly" but am having a hard time finding a decent one in my area that meets my needs! My dog is currently on the wellness plan with Banfield. I don't like them at ALL for various reasons. However, one thing I do like about them is their organization...
  7. Dog Health Questions
    I use Advantage multi on my dog. Today after I applied it I realized i have one tube left. The vet's office is closed. I know it's a prescription thing but do I need to make an appointment and take my dog in to get more or can I just stop in? My dog's 11 months old and been going to the same vet...
  8. Dog Health Questions
    Hello, My 2 years old mix dog had a Mast cell tumor(grade 2) on her ear and got removed it 1 month ago. Our vet recommended to see Oncologist because there is a concern of lymphatics(which we didn't do yet). Recently, I found a small lump under her nose. It looks like a Mast cell tumor. What I...
  9. First Time Dog Owner and Basic Questions
    We adopted our 9 month old (almost 50 lb) lab-mix rescue a little more than 2 weeks ago. He's got a few rambunctious puppy habits, but so far has been wonderful with our toddler and has obviously lived in a home before. A few days ago, we took him to a vet to get his physical and boosters...
  10. Dog Health Questions
    Kato, our new puppy, is 5 months old that came from a foster home with other pets. This morning, around 5 AM, I was woken up to him coughing / gagging in his crate. I took him out because I thought he was going to vomit and brought him downstairs. He coughed/gagged a few more times and it...
  11. Dog Training Forum
    I tried posting this in the health board but the website is restricting me from posting there at the moment! What I know about Arthur: Beagle, born July 15th, he has two bald spots on his back where his hair is re-growing, he DOES have ticks (I found two on him, and he's still scratching). I...
  12. The Honest Kitchen
    Written by Dr. Leliani Alvaraz, DVM Gastrointestinal problems comprise the most common ailments seen in both dogs and cats. These can range from a short-term upset tummy (such as Vomiting and Diarrhea) to a chronic or more serious ailment (such as Inflammatory Bowel Disease or Pancreatitis)...
  13. General Dog Forum
    2014 X-Ray Contest Winners Animals will eat just about anything. The proof is in the radiographs. BY VETERINARY PRACTICE NEWS EDITORS Published: 2014.08.27 11:55 AM Updated: September 5, 2014, 10:15 a.m. PDT Animal hospitals in Texas, Florida and Oregon won Veterinary Practice News’ ninth...
  14. Dog Health Questions
    My dog recovered very well from her ACL surgery. No limping, no soreness, no pain.. as if it nothing happened. The post surgery x-rays were recommended by the vet and it is not included in the surgery fee, so I have to pay about $200 for them. Is it medically necessary? If something is wrong...
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