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Old 01-09-2005, 10:09 PM
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LOL! I wish I could get my cat to graze like Brady. She is such a hefty girl. Always the hungry one.
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Old 01-09-2005, 10:18 PM
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But you know, if the cat grazed, Brady would steal her food! No dog can resist that lovely, stinky, gassy cat food.
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Old 01-09-2005, 10:37 PM
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Yeah he would do that. But she has a baby gate in her room where he usually can't get to it. (that is the one I left open the other day when her paw was hurt, and he stole the sweet kitty litter surprise). Of course he is big enough to plow it over, he just hasn't tried that yet! hopefully I get lucky and he never does! LOL!
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Old 01-09-2005, 11:23 PM
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Either that or he's just been slick enough not to let you know he's figured it out! I wouldn't put it past Brady - he's too clever.
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well i went to the vets yesterday he had his first injection... and he gave him a check over he is ok.... except his errr balls have'nt dropped yet lol but he is gunna check again at 12 weeks is this a common problem or not? renee i took ur advice and asked him about checking him for heart worms he just looked at me and laughed apparantly they are not a problem in the uk only abroad ..i was so embarrased i could of fell through the floor ....naturally i blamed you i went to the butchers today and bought him a bone but it has got a bit of meat/fat on it should i cut it off?
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Old 01-11-2005, 01:37 PM
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How precious is he...OMG....adorable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 01-11-2005, 03:11 PM
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Sorry 'bout that, Dodgers! But he really shouldn't have laughed at you for being concerned about your puppy . . .

That's great that you don't have heartworms over there. I guess you don't have mosquitos? I thought EVERYONE had to deal with mosquitos, especially where it's damp. There are even mosquitos in Alaska, I'm told.
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Sorry 'bout that, Dodgers! But he really shouldn't have laughed at you for being concerned about your puppy . . .

That's great that you don't have heartworms over there. I guess you don't have mosquitos? I thought EVERYONE had to deal with mosquitos, especially where it's damp. There are even mosquitos in Alaska, I'm told.
i'm shocked too...i mean it's an issue here too and in whole europe

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Geographically, heartworms are considered to be a potential threat in each of the 48 contiguous United States, as well as in Hawaii, Puerto Rico, Central and South America, Canada, Europe, Japan, Australia, the Virgin Islands and Guam. All dogs, regardless of age, sex or living environment, are susceptible to heartworm infection. Indoor and outdoor cats are also at risk for acquiring the disease. The distribution of heartworm infection in cats in the United States appears to parallel that of dogs, but in fewer numbers. If you plan to travel with your pet to a different part of the country, be sure to ask your veterinarian about the relative risk of heartworm disease.
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Old 01-11-2005, 03:51 PM
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no we dont have any mosquitos over here lol should have read up on them before i asked him .... anyway about this bone.. should i cut the meat off or just give it him as it is?
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Old 01-11-2005, 05:38 PM
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You should be able to let him gnaw on it, just let him have it while you're there to supervise. It's a good opportunity to get him used to you taking things out of his mouth, too. Practice doing that. Tell him to give it to you, take it from him - it's a good time to inspect it to make sure he's not being able to splinter it - and give it back to him. Do that several times over an afternoon or evening chewing time so he gets the idea.
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