I don't think she is a blue fawn. Someone else who is more educated on coloring could probably label it for you. My first gut answer is lilac or champagne but I wouldn't trust my answer at all
Congrats, she is beautiful.
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Could is not be that the dog developed hyperthyroid over time? I realize dogs aren't people but people develop it over time and it isn't necessarily related to cancer and they aren't on kelp. Sorry if that sounds dumb. I'm just trying to understand if it was really the kelp or just a coincidence th...
Could is not be that the dog developed hyperthyroid over time? I realize dogs aren't people but people develop it over time and it isn't necessarily related to cancer and they aren't on kelp. Sorry if that sounds dumb. I'm just trying to understand if it was really the kelp or just a coincidence tha...
Our girls eat their raw meals in crates so that makes for easy clean up. Every now andthen I take the blankets out and wash them. The raw meaty bones are a different story, unfortunately. They eat them outside when it's nice but more often it is indoors. Let's just say the carpet cleaner gets heavy ...
- Tue Aug 23, 2011 10:28 pm
- Forum: Training and Behavior
- Topic: Behaviorist is Recommending We Euthanize Dexter ..
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I have no words of advice to give - just wanted to offer my support in whatever decision the future brings. Stormi is right. He is extremely lucky to have you.
AllisonPibbleLvr wrote:It looks like a sebaceous cyst to me. I would observe for now and monitor for growth or discharge.
Are they firm? This is firm like a wart. I felt it a few months ago and just hoped it would go away but it hasnt.
Violet has a hard wart-like growth on her ear. Both of my girls already had papillomas last year so I don't think it could be that - I was told that once they are exposed they show active warts just the once and then the body fights them off so I shouldnt see any more. Any thoughts on what it could ...
- Wed Aug 17, 2011 4:25 pm
- Forum: Health Issues
- Topic: Natual cure for incontinence?
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My girl also suffers from this. At first I managed it by managing her. More frequent potty breaks and the water got pulled at 8pm so she wouldn't wet the bed while sleeping. This worked for about a year but then she progressed beyond the point of me being able to manage it naturally. I am unaware of...
I just msged my source for rabbits and asked for 2 smallish youngsters. I'm gonna give it a whirl. I have a feeling the girls are going to sniff it and look at me like "wtf is this, mom?"