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My solution is for Human treats, not for dogs. These are fudge brownies. Which are onolicious! I need a representative. to mass produce this recipe. Please!

Dogs | Answered on Jul 18, 2017

take her to the vet
human food is not bad for a pet if the amount of fat is kept to the minium
excess fat in food causes pancreatitis in animals which results in what you describe including the smell and it is dangerous if not treated by a vet
probably just got a bad tummy ache and if not fed for 24 hours will probably come good again
BUT again , that is a vets call

Dogs | Answered on Jul 18, 2017

Dog food isbasically food that's made specifically for the nutritional needs of dogs. Itincludes all the basic nutrients that humans need as well (carbs, protein,minerals, and fats).

Dogs | Answered on Jul 18, 2017

Yes it does. You need to consider a few factors before buying your dog treats. What is the purpose of the treats? If they are intended for training, then you should look for small sized treats. How often do you plan on giving your dog treats? If your idea is to reward your dog frequently, then I would suggest buying low-calorie treats (help your dog stay slim). How old is your dog? The older the dog, the harder to chew.

Before buying treats for your dog, you should really take these factors into consideration.

Dogs | Answered on Jul 18, 2017

About 70, though it can vary from breed to breed.

Dogs | Answered on Jul 14, 2017

They work, sometimes, but if your dog is to picky it doesn't do any good. However, I've had luck sicking it in a small peace of hot dog, just cut the hotdog in to bite size peaces and act like it's a treat. Get the dog excited and doing good and toss him a treat with medicine.
On the other side,
I have 1 dog that nothing works on, not chewables, not hot dog. I have just open his mouth and push the pill back in his throat. For this I purchase the smallest pill I can. I don't like doing it, but if it is back far enough he cant spit it out. If you grab his mouth correctly then you don't have to worry about him biting you either. I do it with a full size Doberman.

Dogs | Answered on Jul 12, 2017

have her treated for mange mites
give her fish oil in her meals to increase the oil in her skin
get a different vet

Dogs | Answered on Jul 12, 2017

That would be kinda stu pid wouldn't it?

Purina Beneful... | Answered on Jul 04, 2017

Let me know when your odor gets out so I can plug my nose.

Dogs | Answered on Jul 04, 2017


Dogs | Answered on Jul 04, 2017

Do they go the bathroom in the house? They get worms thru contact with infested soil or schitt. If they go outside for even just a bit then they are capable of getting worms.

Dogs | Answered on Jul 04, 2017

Fill a large Zip-lock type plastic bag with ice cubes, or get a frozen ice block for a small cooler, wrap it in a cloth, and apply it to the bruise ASAP. Hold it there for 10-20 minutes (you can take it off for a bit if it feels uncomfortably cold). This will reduce the swelling, internal bleeding, pain and discoloration. Repeat as needed to treat discomfort for the first day. After that, you may find a warm compress (hot water bottle) will reduce the stiffness of the muscle. Eat extra salad and protein for the next week to speed the healing process, and do gentle range-of-motion exercises to keep the muscle limber. Back off on running if it hurts; that's a signal that the muscle isn't ready to run yet.

Dogs | Answered on Jul 02, 2017

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Dogs | Answered on Jun 30, 2017

talk with a vet about what is causing the bleeding in the digestive tracts
one reason for this is rat or mice poison which causes internal bleed or snail pellets which dogs love
other reasons are feeding the dog cooked bones that splinter when being being chewed and then penetrates the intestine walls causing bleeding
the dogs digestive acids cannot break down cooked bones so they should only be getting raw bones
as for natural remedies , watch and monitor what the dog eats , feed only the diet recommended by vets and get the animal to a vet to see exactly what is causing the bleeding

Dogs | Answered on Jun 28, 2017

I'm glad you're dressing your dog up for Halloween! I'm doing it too! I found large selections of customes on these websites: and

Dogs | Answered on Jun 27, 2017

Raw food for dogs provides them with a number of benefits for them. But before discussing the benefits let us first understand what are the raw foods that we can give to our dogs. Here is a list of foods that we can give to our dogs :-

  • Muscle meat, often still on the bone.
  • Bones, either whole or ground.
  • Organ meats such as livers and kidneys.
  • Raw eggs.
  • Vegetables like broccoli, spinach, and celery.
  • Apples or other fruit.
  • Some dairy, such as yogurt
These raw foods can be added to the diet of our dogs for daily basis to make them healthier and fit. Now getting back to the benefits such that you can get the knowledge about how your dogs get healthier by eating these raw :-

  • Shinier coats
  • Healthier skin
  • Cleaner teeth
  • Higher energy levels
  • Smaller stools
But remember that every things have some positive and some negative effects on the health of our body. Here are some possible health hazard that may occur if you use these raw foods for your dogs on daily basis :-

  • Threats to human and dog health from bacteria in raw meat
  • An unbalanced diet that may damage the health of dogs if given for an extended period
  • Potential for whole bones to choke an animal, break teeth or cause an internal puncture

Dogs | Answered on Jun 27, 2017

Organic foods report a boost in their energy levels.Their complexions improve and rashes clear up.They catch fewer colds, suffer fewer allergies, and recover quicker from illnesses.
The health benefits of eating organic seem to last long-term.
1. Reduction of skin ailments and allergies.
2. Better overall health and stronger immunity.
3. Fewer digestive disorders.
4. Quality of Life and Longevity, etc.

Dogs | Answered on Jun 27, 2017

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