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  1. Rescued puppy mill dog taking a LONG time to come around

    I recently adopted a 5 year old chihuahua who had been a puppy mill breeder until about a year ago when he was picked up by a rescue. He is a little guy and was totally shut down according to the...
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    I had 2 diabetic cats and was lucky enough to...

    I had 2 diabetic cats and was lucky enough to meet a lady who had a diabetic cat in the waiting room at the vets the day the first one was diagnosed. She was very un-animal savvy and so the fact...
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    I have this one...

    I have this one http://www.amazon.com/Solvit-62314-Waterproof-Hammock-Cover/dp/B000GL8G4A/ref=zg_bs_3024184011_1 and is is great. I prefer the hammock type - if you stop short the dog does not end...
  4. I feel your pain - we have you beat by 1 of each...

    I feel your pain - we have you beat by 1 of each (6 indoor cats and 6 dogs). I have the "bathroom kitty" who is obsessed and will go nuts if the door is closed, and the collie and chihuahua's...
  5. Jingling from FL for Tribble - as a corgi owner...

    Jingling from FL for Tribble - as a corgi owner myself I know how bad they feel if they won't eat!
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    I have always hunter paced barefoot (my horses,...

    I have always hunter paced barefoot (my horses, not me!). I too am not a high mileage rider, and we always did a few shows a year and maybe 4 hunter paces a year tops. If you know the huner pace...
  7. Twice recently!

    I've used Just Answer twice recently (last month) to help me decide whether to go to the emergency vet in the middle of the night or not. First time was when 2 o fmy 5 dogs basically ate a hard...
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    I have one chi who is not picky, but is a slow...

    I have one chi who is not picky, but is a slow eater, and I have another (the smaller of the two) who is an absolute GLUTTON! She will eat anything anytime and lives to eat. She is overweight...
  9. I would agree that in most cases this changes...

    I would agree that in most cases this changes with turnout and being away from racing. In some cases, it is hormonal. If it was really bad I might pass just because there are so many others out...
  10. I never had small dogs until 4 years ago when I...

    I never had small dogs until 4 years ago when I got my first chihuahua - I LOVE the breed and will always have them from now on (I also have a Corgi, a Smooth Collie and a Lab/Hound mix - they are...
  11. I just shared this with some friends in TX. If I...

    I just shared this with some friends in TX. If I was not full to the brim I would definitely want one. So glad they were able to get them out of that situation.
  12. I think sometimes people get into too much detail...

    I think sometimes people get into too much detail on the application itself and make things sound too complex. I would keep it simple and put what your end situation will be and explain what is...
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    I had this problem!

    We rescued Sylvester - he was dumped at the farm my husband worked at and we ended up with him when my husband and the other workers noticed that his paws were bloody. Turns out he was declawed and...
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    My first horse had a really unsightly major bow -...

    My first horse had a really unsightly major bow - he was 13 when I bought him. Never took a bad step and never had an issue with that old, set bow. It would not bother me as long as it was rehabbed...
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    A good friend is in the Smalls!

    This is a once in a lifetime for this kid and her family - she earned her way via car washes and fundraisers. Name is Bailey McCracken and the pony is Simply Scrumptious. So excited for her and her...
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    I understand about sensativity and incorrect...

    I understand about sensativity and incorrect dosing, but I hear this more and more so it makes me nervous. My dogs seem fine and have been on it for at least 3 years now (except for my chihuahuas...
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    Looks like one of my old ones, but he'd be 19...

    Looks like one of my old ones, but he'd be 19 now. His name is Oh So Lively and I sold him to an eventer in RI years ago... Reminds me of him though! Good luck with your search.
  18. Anne, Brodie was rescued from a high kill shelter...

    Anne, Brodie was rescued from a high kill shelter in Alabama. He and his brother (not sure if there were more) were from a puppy mill situation and had been starved and kept in cages for their first...
  19. Thanks all. Bluey - you are so right about...

    Thanks all.

    Bluey - you are so right about those noses! "Soft" is a perfect description for the few collies I have known and owned. I do like that he will step in front of me though - hackles...
  20. Update and pictures of my smooth collie rescue pup

    Our boy Brodie is about a year old now - we got him in March. He is doing so well and was such a great choice for our family. Such a gentle fella and very playful. He is great with the cats and...
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    Can you do a Hidden Fence or some electric? ...

    Can you do a Hidden Fence or some electric? We've had the Dogwatch Hidden Fence for over 15 years and love it for all of our dogs over the years (corgi, smooth collie, chesapeake bay retriever, 2...
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    Cuteness overload! I was surprised that they are...

    Cuteness overload! I was surprised that they are smooth coated too.

    I am a Remy fan! They are all adorable though. Lyric is lovely!
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    I had one like that too - an appy with a very...

    I had one like that too - an appy with a very thin mane. I used those thinning shears that you can buy at CVS etc. They look like scissors with teeth like a comb and are used by hairdressers to add...
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    I don't crate either, although all of mine are...

    I don't crate either, although all of mine are crate trained. I do use baby gates to keep them out of certain rooms (the baby gates allow the cats full access and keep the dogs out).

    Your dog...
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    We are in Florida as well and have most of the...

    We are in Florida as well and have most of the wire buried on our 10 acres and just a bit behind the barn and in a particularly wooded area tacked on the fence or trees. We've had it cut a few...
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