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Old 5th March 2009, 23:34   #466
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@TSK, you must by now be convinced about their reluctance to do anything but stay put till they are ready to fly. No amount of taking care is going to convince them.

Have been through this once, and the only thing I find effective with these is to block their access into your place. As soon as they fly out frist time.
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Old 6th March 2009, 00:49   #467
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He was 24 Days old when we was welcomed home, We named him Caesar. He was very cute & naughty. We loved him a looooot, We spent unforgettable moments with him.
On Dec-28-08 evening Caesar, me any my Bro were playing in a small play ground, Unfortunately a snake bit him and he lost his breath within 10 minutes. He died in my hands.
In a matter for 15 minutes everything was over, we relaized he is no more and he left us for ever and ever. Still not able to forget the disaster. My home is still calm without him.
He was five months old when he left us.
I still dream to meet a Gene and ask to to get back my Caesar.
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Old 6th March 2009, 10:45   #468
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Bhargava he was such a beautiful and cute dog. I cant even imagine what u must have gone through. I'm sure he must be with the gods!
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bhargava, was Caesar a Rottweiler?
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bhargava, was Caesar a Rottweiler?
Yes Murali its a Rottweiler, its my favorite Dog breed.
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Old 8th March 2009, 13:48   #471
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my pug who died when he was only 60 days old. what a loss!

i named him BOBO.was a very cute and a mischevious dog . his favourite cartoon was shin chan. that was the only TV show he loved


and the other dog is my 4 year old ROTTWEILER. very VERY strong!I even went to police station when he bit a man in the rains and that person filed a case against me

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Old 8th March 2009, 22:28   #472
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Bhargav i know the pain of loosing a dog. I'm sure he is still around as ur guardian angel.


Shreyas : What happenned to you PUG? And how did the rotty take the PUG ???
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Bhargav i know the pain of loosing a dog. I'm sure he is still around as ur guardian angel.


Shreyas : What happenned to you PUG? And how did the rotty take the PUG ???

i dont know. it was just 60 days. i gave it to the vet and im sure,they killed the poor doggy.he had fits and pneumonia.the previous day we dug a bore(borewell) at our home so this might be the cause too.the people at the hospital have 13 injections everyday to that little doggy.how could he take 13 everyday ? . and after a 1 month torture of 13 injections everyday. i stopped going to the vet for 2 days . they called me after 3 days and asked me to pay the bill.they never told me about the dog. i asked " where IS MY DOG!! " they said " it died long back,we warned you before" .such a cruel reply. they asked me to pay the bill of 19,500 rupees ( no error.it IS ninteen thousand,five hundred) i said " do what you want,i wont pay a single rupee " they called me thrice afterwards but i never spoke to them, and they stopped calling me.
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@shreyas, sorry about your Pug.

Wish you had known that Pugs are prone to brachycephalic respiratory syndrome.
Their airways tend to get blocked easily.

I would attribute it to the borewell issue.
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Yeah shreyas PUGS are vulnerable to respiratory illness. I hate the way some vets treat the pets. Anyway u did the right thing by not paying up, serves them right for not informing you about ur pets status.
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shreyas, very sorry --- I guess it is not so uncommon to loose a very young animal.

The vet was inhuman. When my last London cat died, the staff at the surgery were in tears.

Even here, one of my kittens escaped from the vet and could not be caught; she was deeply embarrassed and sorry, and has not said a word about any payment, which would have been several thousand rupees.

Of course, one can say that had it been a pedigree dog, rather than a street kitten, maybe she would be facing a large bill. That is true, but her attitude was still genuine, along with her obvious care and love of animals.
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@Bhargava,

I just fell in love with ceasar seeing those pics and I too want one. Alas, I can't have a pet as I stay alone and there won't be anyone available to take care in my absence!
Sad that he was bitten by a snake!
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It takes such a short while to get so attached to these adorable, innocent and faithful creatures made by God. I'm sorry to hear about your losses Bhargava and Shreyas. No words can express what sorrow we go through. Coming 30th of March will be one year since Justy, our Labrador left us after giving us joy and happines for 11 long years. I still find it difficult to believe he is gone and somehow I always start crying when I see a Lab on TV or in a movie for that matter any dog.

I now have a gang of stray dogs near my house whom I feed regularly.

On another note lets keep this thread to see happy pictures and joyful moments with our friends instead of the sad ones. It is depressing really.
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Sorry to hear about sweet cute little BOBO, shreyas as you said Rott is a very strong and powerfull dog, our Ceaser when it 4 Months old it broke the Chain link in anger as it was to hungry, there was a delay in feeding him. I got the chain welded with additional link, the second last pic shows the link.
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@shreyas, sorry about your Pug.

Wish you had known that Pugs are prone to brachycephalic respiratory syndrome.
Their airways tend to get blocked easily.

I would attribute it to the borewell issue.
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Yeah shreyas PUGS are vulnerable to respiratory illness. I hate the way some vets treat the pets. Anyway u did the right thing by not paying up, serves them right for not informing you about ur pets status.
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shreyas, very sorry --- I guess it is not so uncommon to loose a very young animal.

The vet was inhuman. When my last London cat died, the staff at the surgery were in tears.

Even here, one of my kittens escaped from the vet and could not be caught; she was deeply embarrassed and sorry, and has not said a word about any payment, which would have been several thousand rupees.

Of course, one can say that had it been a pedigree dog, rather than a street kitten, maybe she would be facing a large bill. That is true, but her attitude was still genuine, along with her obvious care and love of animals.
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It takes such a short while to get so attached to these adorable, innocent and faithful creatures made by God. I'm sorry to hear about your losses Bhargava and Shreyas. No words can express what sorrow we go through. Coming 30th of March will be one year since Justy, our Labrador left us after giving us joy and happines for 11 long years. I still find it difficult to believe he is gone and somehow I always start crying when I see a Lab on TV or in a movie for that matter any dog.

I now have a gang of stray dogs near my house whom I feed regularly.

On another note lets keep this thread to see happy pictures and joyful moments with our friends instead of the sad ones. It is depressing really.
thanks a lot everyone. i lost a female rottweiler too.she was 2 yrs old and i dont know how she died.but she was always hungry.whenever i used to take her out for walks,she used to eat WHATEVER she found on the road,cigarette butts,gutkha,plastic covers,papers,coconut husks and pieces.ill post the pix after 4 hours.

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Sorry to hear about sweet cute little BOBO, shreyas as you said Rott is a very strong and powerfull dog, our Ceaser when it 4 Months old it broke the Chain link in anger as it was to hungry, there was a delay in feeding him. I got the chain welded with additional link, the second last pic shows the link.
thank you.i feel sorry to hear about your cutre caesar.my dog looked exactly the same as your caesar.but your dog is was little cuter .the word rottweiler itself is enough .and he broke 19 chains till now.VERY THICK CHAINS
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