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It sounds like bloat, and perhaps at this point, no torsion. Best thing is to take to a vet. BUT, if he is expelling gas, I would do a few things... Extended fast (no food while in this condition), Gas-X, later charcoal capsules, and lots of walking. If that doesn't help, to the vet ASAP, might be a...
- Wed Dec 21, 2016 3:48 pm
- Forum: Rescue Resources & Adoptable Dogs
- Topic: Friend wants to adopt pit bull mix but...
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I would be very cautious leaving the dogs by themselves that could be a disaster in waiting. Unless the dogs are so used to each other.
- Wed Dec 21, 2016 3:42 pm
- Forum: Health Issues
- Topic: Romeo is not in love atm
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One common cause of itching is dry skin. If you live in a region with low humidity, it’s more likely that your dog will have dry skin, which is fairly easy to recognize. When you part your dog’s hair, you see flakes of dandruff in the undercoat, and the skin itself may be cracked and tough. The slig...
- Wed Dec 21, 2016 12:00 pm
- Forum: Training and Behavior
- Topic: Separation Anxiety
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Very important information, my sister's dog used to have separation anxiety during his first one month after adoption. It took her about three months to get around the problem and train the dog. Thank you the share