|21st May 2007, 22:27||#181|
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all of you guys have really beautiful pets.actually pets is a wong word.i would call them "friends".
i always wanted to have a dog as friend but i have had cases where my friends have lost their dogs and have never ever been the same.its really painful to see your pet die in your arms.for the same reasons i have never had the guts to keep a dog.i really dont think im emotionally strong enough to bear the loss of a pet.
the day cloning is perfected or the potion of immortality is found,il keep a dog.....forever.
|21st May 2007, 23:05||#182|
Guys, I'm looking for a female St.Bernard pup to adopt -- so if you guys here of any place that I can , pls do let me know . I don't mind if I have to get her in from the US .. as long as I dont pay for the adoption , don't mind paying double for the travel .
Just don't believe in buying a dog .... !!!
|22nd May 2007, 11:46||#184|
Thats him trying to use my arm as a chewy !!!
|22nd May 2007, 22:32||#188|
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Shadow looks like he has settled into the family...
|22nd May 2007, 23:28||#189|
Guys, I have a huge tic problem with shadow ... no matter what I do they get onto him in thousands !!! Any of you know of an anti tic spray that is super effective ---
U won't believe it but I have tics taking over my house !!!
|22nd May 2007, 23:58||#190|
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My Athos manages to bring home atleast 20 ticks each time I take him out. Thank God he's got very short hair.
There are two remedies I know of. One is the "No Tix" powder that I apply on his legs and ears which is somewhat effective. The other is a a solution called Bayticol which is to be applied uniformly as per directions. I was told one should not bathe the dog for a long time if Bayticol is applied.
One person even suggested taking him for a swim in seawater (salty).
|23rd May 2007, 01:04||#191|
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I used to have a HHUUGGEE ticks problem with my GSD, but after 2-3 Tick baths with the VET. Its all gone ... yep completely gone. And khaadu you are right about ticks getting everywhere in the house. Another problem is tick fever, Too many ticks on the dog will lead to tick fever.
If you do get Shadow to DELHI then i can take you to the VET in Jangpura.
|23rd May 2007, 01:50||#192|
Ive been given a tick solution ... so gonna try it on him tomorrow ... but I wonder what am I gonna do with teh ticks all over the house ????
|23rd May 2007, 18:00||#195|
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Actually Surprise, what is said in that article is generally true for almost all dogs.
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