Give the dog to the vet.
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Give the dog to the vet.
Does your dog eat ice cubes? Could have stuck to his tongue.
My guess is burns too. One of my dogs got a frostbite burn a couple of winters ago and it looked similar.
It is never easy to lose a dog, especially one so young. I am so sorry for your loss.
Just thought I would post a good example of what breeders should be doing with pups. I have bred litters before, but never set up this many things for pups to experience. I especially thought the...
If it is the "clumping" kind of cat litter there may be a blockage. Seems to me I have heard of this happening before.
Nope. 38 degrees when we woke up this morning.
If you are interested in staying with Eukanuba, I feed the Eukanuba Labrador formula and feed 1 1/4 cup am and 1 1/4 cup evening to the dogs who need to watch their calories. When they hunt, I...
Susan, he was a beautiful boy. I am so sorry for your loss.
One of my favorites.
He is gorgeous! Perfect representation of the breed.
Swack, great post! I usually sell all pups on Limited and then tell buyers to call me if they decide they want to breed. Usually, they decide against it when I tell them all the testing that needs to...
There is where you misunderstand me. I have nooo problem breeding carrier to clear, BUT the breeder should bear responsibility for testing the pups to identify carriers or sell the litter on limited...
Swliszka, the labrador gene pool has so much more depth to it now than back in those days. When EIC, first came out, folks were so worried about using carriers. I think we have seen so many more...
Swack thanks. The thought that anyone would say their dog's dysplasia was caused by environmental factors and breed anyway is cause for concern. The fact that I met someone who actually did it and...
Sources please Swack.
I had one litter where the opposite occurred. Sire 70# and Dam 80# All puppies were fairly uniform in size. The male I kept grew to gargantuan proportions. When I sold him at about 1 and 1/2 years...
Sue, it may be easy for you to manage, but when those pups go to their new owners, they will have no concept of color genes. There is a breeder here who cranks out dudleys on a regular basis.
Breed for the characteristics YOU want in a pup.
There is a litter with no price listed right now that I would LOVE to have a puppy from, but I know it is out of my range. Truly a very special litter.
Did you have to call to find out or was this info on the bag somewhere?
That was a beautiful story. Your mother surely is smiling from above.
Jim, Great video! How old is Taffey now?
I agree with Billie. Just because he has a certain number pick does not mean he can hold everyone else at bay.
This happens far too often. I hope they find the owner soon.