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Old 27th April 2009, 13:33   #526
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Check out Scuffy smoking. BEFORE you guys jump on me its just a piece of paper rolled up to look like a smoke. And the little one is OZZY.
OZZY is so cute and lovable...i wish them both happy and healthy life
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Old 28th April 2009, 17:41   #527
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Hey vkochar! Can you tell me if Goofy was being treated and how and by whom? My girl friend's boxer has the same symptoms and we are trying to figure out a *cure*.
We were giving him Gardinel ( Seizure Tablets ). These are very strong medicines.

Once started these cannot be stopped as they are connected with the brain functioning.

BUT please consult with a good Vet before giving any mdeicines. I am sure they will be plenty in Bangalore. There are very few good vets in Agra where I Live.

This illness is however quite common & serious so no carelessness. Please ask your GF to show the boxer to a vet immediately.
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You mean Gardenal??? Thats a barbiturate!

Beware of vets dude! Most of them are plain morons/savages... or both! One of them recently killed a neighbours HEALTHY dog! ...Thats in a nutshell. He even had the cheek to press his demand for fees right over the dogs dead body!
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Old 28th April 2009, 22:37   #529
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Here are the pics of my cat, she is nearly 10 months old, she is a stray, found her on the road, she came to me and meowd, had to take her, her eyes are just too cute to ignore.
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Old 28th April 2009, 22:46   #530
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Haven't named her, no good names suite her.
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... ... she came to me and meowd, had to take her, her eyes are just too cute to ignore.
They do that, and they know just how to pick a sucker!

She's lovely. Have you have had her neutered? Feline families can get very big quite quickly, unless one practices family planning!
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Old 29th April 2009, 14:05   #532
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Our Dobe pup, making himself comfortable as I lay down to check out the Ikon's horn.
Our chap is almost 6. His ears perk up every time you rattle his leash and get his blanket and open the garage door simultaneously. He knows the car is heading out, and he loves to be in it!
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Slightly off-topic --- but we dispatched my step-daughter's doggie to join her in Singapore yesterday evening. She is a sweet thing, and I was so sad to leave her sitting in her travel box, knowing that she would not even be on the plane for several hours. Glad to hear, today, that she is safely arrived in her new home.
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Old 29th April 2009, 15:19   #534
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They do that, and they know just how to pick a sucker!

She's lovely. Have you have had her neutered? Feline families can get very big quite quickly, unless one practices family planning!
I seriously didnt mind being a sucker in this case.
Also no i have not. Will let her bring in more kittens and i will give away most of them, just keep 1 or maybe not.
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Guys I have read that chocolates and raisins are like poison for dogs. Chocolates it seems increase the heart beat rate and bigger quantities could lead to death. Ever since I read this stuff in TOI, I have never fed the above two items to my lab.
Could anyone put some light on this.
And those who feed their dogs with chocolates please don't pounce on me.
P.S.: Even the vet had asked me to not feed my lab with chocolates when we had just got him.
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guys, here is one of my buddies...Roxy (yello cross-lab)....I also have another, TIPU (black cross-lab)...I'll post tipu's pic soon.
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Here is our pet; 3 year old chap;
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Guys, need a trainer for our Dobermann .. he's getting 4 months, and beginning to assert himself. We're in JP Nagar 4th phase, BLR .. any one having a reference to a good trainer, pls ping me. TIA!


And for a change, here's a kitten from my cousin's place ..

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Feels a little frustrating when the pup's asking you for something and you are not able to figure it out.

Feeding, water, chewies, a visit outside, all done. He didnt want to play either. Yet he was tugging my pant, asking for something - and inadvertently nicking me.

How do you figure out what's he trying to say ?
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Hi,
We need suggestion/help for adopting a pet. We came to know 10 months old golden retriever is up for adoption. here are the facts:

(1) We live in a flat (Got good space(inside and outside of the flat though)
(2) 2 Year old daughter
(3) Both of us (me and wife) work which requires to be out of home from 8-6
(4) There is no one else at home from 8-6

With the above facts is it good to take the pet. Even if we take the pet any practical suggestions on how we can mange the pet between 8-6?

Thanks in advance for your valuable suggestions.
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