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I have an 11 year old (her bday is today!) german shepard.   I noticed that one of her boobie's is thick and lumpy.  It doesn't seem to bother her at all.

Anyone out there encountered this? 

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Teir

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helpme

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My female Yorkie is slightly bigger than my male. She is in heat and has been for a week. She allows him to mount her but he is missing the mark if you know what I mean. Does this mean she is not quite ready and will find a way to match up in a day or two or is the size difference preventing it. She really seems bored with the whole thing. Help I am brand new to this.

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chipperdogSF

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Does anyone have any tips for handling a dog that is obsessed with food?  My dog is constantly in food mode, no matter where he is.  If he is outside, he is eating what ever he can, and when ever food is around, he cant focus on anything else.  Any thoughts on how I can try an break this habit?

Hello!My 15 year poodle has prostate cancer and has been on treatement for almost a year.As of now he can,t move its tail for urination  and poop.Is there any prostetueses to help hold tail up?Thanqs

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Dooger1995

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Caty is from the dog rescue I volunteer with. It's really bothering me that we don't have the slightest idea of what breeds Caty is to tell potential adopters. I recently started thinking she might be a Pit Bull Terrier/Lab mix, but something for those two breeds is NOT lining up. She has to have something else too. Border Collie? I don't know :P

When Caty first came to us, she weighed a healthy 35 lbs. She's been in a couple foster homes and each time she has gained a couple pounds. She just came back from a foster home (they had her for about 3 months) and she has gained at least 15 lbs. Caty now weighs a hefty 60 lbs for such a small statured dog. Definitely needs to lose some weight now that she's back in our director's hands.

Caty is approximately 7 years old. She has a very short glossy brown and white coat. Her tail is like a hook and she has a long nose. Her body is compact and square in proportion. She has a deep chest and high set rose ears. Her bark is kind of raspy and high pitched. She is very mellow and very smart. She is also very athletic. She is really sweet and sensitive and attaches to her people really quick. She's great with other dogs and kids. She likes to chase cats.

What breeds do you think Caty has in her?


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kristen

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 Bella is a Great Dane. She would have been 7 in December. I am so lost with out her my heart breaks and can not stop thinking of her the pain is unreal I need to be at peace with this. I have gone many hours searching of why this happen or what it was that caused her to die. Bella was a active Great Dane she had a half sister she died at the age of 5 we had to put her down she was unable to walk and she lost so much weight she was very ill my heart breaks from that as well. Bella  loved her sister and they were always together we never seen Bella grieve from sassy's death so we just thought with our support she would e fine which it seemed she was. she continued her everyday living not different we work so she was alone  but she always had our attention she would lay on the couch and beds with us my kids loved her she would run around the house and just leave chasing the kids as they would jump in the pool Bella was a healthy great Dane which is why i am on here trying to get answers. Bella was up to date on shots. I noticed about a month or less ago that she looked like she was getting thinner i was unsure because it was a slow weight loss then it sounded as she would cough it was loud like she was clearing her throat or something she did that on and off for a month which i thought it was nothing it happen  the most in the evening and usually after she ate or just out of the blue. she started eating less and still was drinking my husband and i came home from work as usual let he in from outside and we fed her like usual nothing was different however she started that coughing and then seemed like she was trying to vomit so we put her out side and then she came back in and kept repeating it for like an hour So she finally laid on the floor with feet out in front head up nothing different but she was in a spot where she would never lay it was behind the recliner so i went up to her and covered her with a blanket and rubbed her and talked to her and my husband and i discussed she needed to go to the vet the next day. She then got up and laid in another spot then we all went to bed we just thought she was sick she wasn't crying or showing any type of pain we just thought she was under the weather. I hate myself for going to bed that night and not staying with her. My husband woke me up at 2am and told me she had passed during the night. I am so heart broken I feel this is my fault she should have taken her somewhere that night it just didn't seem like it was an emergency at the time but she was dead beside the bed on a blanket her rib cage seem extended. she just looked like she was sleeping but she was stiff and was not moving we have 3 kids and both work we didn't have the money to find out what caused her death we buried her at 2:30am next to her sister. This is heart breaking I hate this pain I cant stop thinking was when she was pacing around in the bedroom was she trying to get our attention for help we just told her to lay down :( we didn't think anything. Did she go fast was she in a silent pain was she scared so many things are tormenting me and I am so lost with out her it hasn't been a year sense sassy our other Dane got put down. This is just really hard she was more then just a dog she was our baby and our family. I am looking for any kind of advice thoughts. Thanks everyone I am lost.

Just want to share my web page with you all, trying to get the word out about the Giant Decker Rat Terriers.

Kimmy =)

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nascardoglvr

In Dogs

Why is it after I give my dog a bath, he always runs outside and rolls in the grass and dirt. Its like he doesnt like the smell, or is itchy.  Has anyone found a product that might help prevent this behavior?

My dog is a 1 year old part pit and she eats pecans still in the shell from a tree we have in our yard. She has also started to eat on sticks. Does she need something I'm not giving her. Will these items hurt her?

Thanks for any info you can give.

judsie3

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