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Choosing the Right Dog > Help! People not doing their research...:(
(Quin)- Herdabout- The Mighty- Qu

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Barked: Mon Sep 16, '13 6:51pm PST 
Oo the grass is a good idea...I will send her a link for them.

I just asked her if she picked up her pen today...she was going to go get a baby get or pen today to confine her to the kitchen...sigh...

I did meet her today and she had a harness that was too big so she had hair ties to make it tighter...I gave her a martingale collar and put it on her puppy and showed her how to teach it to walk cause it literally just starts flopping around and wont walk at all with the leash...so she then picks it up...

oh man this makes my chest hurt LOL
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Choosing the Right Dog > Help! People not doing their research...:(
(Quin)- Herdabout- The Mighty- Qu

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Barked: Mon Sep 16, '13 10:05am PST 
So a coworker who has only ever had a dog growing up just got her first puppy.
She got a Beagle puppy and picked her up Saturday. She doesn't want to crate train and is therefore having issues with house training...
She lives in an apartment and I have been talking to her on Facebook every day since she picked her up giving her links to information and websites that can help this puppy actually survive with an owner who is a nurse and works 12 hour shifts. Thankfully her brother is in town for 2 weeks as of today, because she si working tomorrow a 12 hour day shift. The dog has slept in her bed which I explained could casue some issues. And she says Macy likes chewing onthe leash and jumping...I told her to nip it in the butt now even though it is cute.
She is trying pad training cause she is in the apartment but she is having trouble...

So frustrating! I was trying to help her get a rescue since she woudl hoepfully get an older dog, but instead she came in to work last week and said she had put a deposit on a Beagle puppy...

I am giving her a martingale collar, some puppy kongs left over from when my boys were pups and some Natures Miracle no chew spray and cleaning spray...

Any help would be great...resources I can give to her...she is a cat person and in my opinion should NOT have gotten a puppy...
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Dog Health > PUPPY ATE GLASS AND GUM!!!

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Barked: Tue Sep 10, '13 9:39am PST 
I agree...vet is the best idea...just do some xrays and get an exam...don't want a tear

GOOD LUCK
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Dog Health > Ways to heal a dog sunburn

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Barked: Tue Sep 10, '13 8:38am PST 
maybe coconut oil? they do make dog sunscreen...I wonder if there is something like a polysporin or hydrocortison or even aloe?
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Dog Health > so confused

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Barked: Tue Sep 10, '13 8:26am PST 
BUMP shrug
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Dog Health > so confused
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Barked: Mon Sep 9, '13 9:20am PST 
Cutback - day 2
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Dog Health > so confused

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Barked: Mon Sep 9, '13 8:51am PST 
I spoke with my breeder last night and the plan is to go to her vet (who is a pro at diagnostics) on Wednesday or Thursday if no improvement.
Just did the bandage change for today...his paw is warm I touched the visible wound and he whined (obviously)...the Telfa pad (non stick pad...like a guaze but it wont stick) had been bled through to the other side. He paw smells like Cheetos...rewrapped it after getting some pictures and then put his boot back on.

It is sore today cause he is back to the weight baring lameness.

I will try and get the pictures uploaded
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Dog Health > so confused

(Indie) CH- Herdabout- Tri N 4 I

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Barked: Sat Sep 7, '13 7:16pm PST 
So...nail cut back, cleaned out and wrapped...change bandage every day for 3 days and if it is still not good I will head to my breeder's vet (1.5-2 hours away) Thursday morning before work in the evening.

Poor man is still sedated and using this to his advantage for cuddles and attention
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Dog Health > so confused

(Indie) CH- Herdabout- Tri N 4 I

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Barked: Sat Sep 7, '13 12:40pm PST 
Headed to vet this morning...he was not putting any weight on his paw...we went for a walk and every time he tried to put his paw down he stopped and licked and chewed. So he is limping but using the leg...but I am going to the vet for a recheck. If you push on the paw pad blood comes from around the nail...so I guess Clavamox didn't work maybe...I don't even know... thinking
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Dog Health > so confused
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Barked: Fri Sep 6, '13 7:02pm PST 
took bandage off for the night but had to put back on...still very irritated, red and tender...it bled when I went to show it to my boyfriend...

so now it is rewrapped and he has a cone on...he is totally not impressed cry confused shrug
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