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Labrador Retriever > Looking for breeders. MO. Bench and Chocolate if possible.
Sedona

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Barked: Mon Mar 3, '14 10:00pm PST 
Anyone know of any good breeders in the MO/IL/TN/KY/AR area? Puppymill central around those parts, so it's nerve wracking looking for them.

Thanks.
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Food & Nutrition > Do Satellite TV Spambots Have Dogs?
Sedona

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Barked: Sat Mar 9, '13 4:48pm PST 
HOLY SMOKES! I popped on here to find an old post about fish oil and...whoa! I feel for the mods that have to clean up this mess. What a nightmare!
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Grooming > Coat upkeep after a shave?

Sedona

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Barked: Sat Jun 4, '11 7:52pm PST 
Slicker brushes will get out knots and the like? Her ear and butt hair are prone to matting.

I've never used one before as we're a pin comb and pin brush household. I thought slicker brushes just pulled out undercoat.
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Grooming > Coat upkeep after a shave?

Sedona

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Barked: Fri Jun 3, '11 4:05pm PST 
My Mom has a double coated (triple maybe, who knows) dog whose coat is in pretty rough shape. I'm not there but I imagine the undercoat is matted. I recommended that she take the pooch into the groomer to see what can be done but I'm almost positive that the dog will need to be shaved.

So my question is, what tools should she use to maintain the coat after the shave? The fur is long and super thick (she's a Retriever/Border Collie/Australian Shepherd/Who-knows-what-possibly-a-bear mix). I recommended a Zoom Groom for shedding and a pin comb for tangles, but I've never dealt with a shaved coat so I don't know what do really.

I know she won't be comfortable using a comb with a blade unless she absolutely has to use one. Her mobility isn't the greatest and she'd be afraid she'd hurt the dog. Knowing her, she probably would and hurt herself in the process. laugh out loud

Thanks in advance!
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Contests and Vote For Me! > Oh please oh please oh please

Sedona

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Barked: Tue Apr 12, '11 12:54am PST 
Contest is still going on and the competition is tight! Any votes would be awesome.way to go
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Dog of the Day & Week > DOG OF THE WEEK!!!
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Barked: Fri Mar 18, '11 2:38pm PST 
Thanks budbig grin
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Dog of the Day & Week > Duke is Dog of the Day today - 3/13/11

Sedona

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Barked: Sun Mar 13, '11 2:06pm PST 
Grats Duke!cheer
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Dog of the Day & Week > DOG OF THE WEEK!!!

Sedona

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Barked: Wed Mar 9, '11 6:35pm PST 
Thanks Nina. I'll take the "up highs" and you can do the "down lows." I think that will work out wonderfully.wink
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Raw Food Diet > Month long gorge/fast diet, any advice?

Sedona

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Barked: Wed Mar 9, '11 3:34pm PST 
I read something awhile back that indicated iodine actually *evaporates from things like kelp and sea salt. Trying to find that again....

*Evaporates is probably the wrong term, but whatevs.

ETA: Meh, can't find the specific article I read before. I did come across a quip that said kelp is rather high in bromide and it very well may cancel out the iodine in a kelp supplement. I wonder if I can get any info from Solid Gold about this...
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Raw Food Diet > Cooper's new diet plan ...
Sedona

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Barked: Wed Mar 9, '11 3:18pm PST 
You can feed quarters for bone and fill in the rest of the meat requirement with red meat.

I, personally, like to get bone from different critters. The mineral makeup differs depending on the animal; this is the same reason I feed organ from multiple animals.

Here we do mostly red meat bones like pork (hocks, riblets, country style ribs), lamb (shoulder), mutton (shanks and shoulders), and goat (shanks and shoulders again). Also whole small fish (sardines, mack, etc)provides bone.

I wouldn't consider the smoothie as part of his diet. It's a fine treat though. Sedona eats fruit and yogurt with me. Scratch that, she eats a bite of most everything I eat. But I don't count that as part of her diet. It's just a treat. If he isn't having problems with the smoothie, then cool beans.
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