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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jalen Rose, Jan 26, 2010.
post pics of yours if you can, what yours name? I love Maine coons.
Ihhh how many beers have you had
2 mister officer
Godzilla he is about 20-25 pounds. He is rescue. He got out once and I literally tackled him in the parking lot. People are fucked up to black cats. IDK if he learned from that but he doesn’t try to get out now.
I know this is the dog thread and my bad for mentioning my cat. But, fuck your if you don’t love both. I am a “dog person” but above all I am a animal person. As people as men we need to protect those that are smaller and helpless. That’s how you define your self as a man. Not by who you can beat up, but by who you defend .
not a huge cat fan but I agree that they are adorable and it takes a special kind of terrible person to abandon an animal. We just realized a huge marmotte is living nearby and wants to eat our grass sometimes, the issue is that my gf wants to grow some tomatoes in the garden and they are usually pretty good at ruining a garden..,but I can’t just kill the dude.
That’s not a picture I took, I am pretty sure the one we got here is fatter. Dude is huge, I am almost wondering if he gets in here during the night and eat some of my ice cream
And I would probably live with that, we just need to find a common ground
pugs. The superior breed.
he sure seems to have a carefree attitude
That’s a beaverdog, my dude.
You should see the one we got here, a 4 years old could probably ride that thing
And I lost my English for a second, that’s a groundhog. Commonly known as a siffleux or marmotte up here
And we are in the dogs thread after all, no way this guy would hang around here if my dog was still around
You’re correct, but “beaverdog” is a long running joke here.
man don’t kill that gorgeous animal just because he wants to eat. Take the Ls with whatever he eats:
like i said to my gf, we could just make get a tomato out of the garden and put it right around where he usually gets in our yard. That might do the trick, after a few hot dogs I usually get lazy. I bet it’s not different for that dude.
That's my little pug girl, the 1/3 of my grumble of pugs
Are you jelly because my cat is bigger?
Lucy is only 20 weeks old.
Glad to hear the pup is recovering well, Parvo is some scary shit, seen too many pups die unnecessarily from that shit.
As far as giving him the meds, you can try mixing it in with a little bit of wet food, just have him lick the bowl to make sure he gets it all.
We had a foster this week who wasn't eating a ton, had to give him Panacur and he ate the shit out of the cat food mixed with the meds.
This was a good idea. We wrapped him in a towel and just held him and did it that way and he did great
Tomorrow is his last day on oral meds. He’s gonna be sad when he realizes he doesn’t get peanut butter numerous times a day
This may be a dumb question but we are feeding him 3 times a day. If he doesn’t eat all of the food in a meal, would you guys leave the food bowl where it’s at so he has access to it or pick it up till his next meal?
I’d pick it up so he gets in the habit of eating when he’s supposed to.
This is what I was thinking. Just wanted reassurance. Thanks
that’s a good question, we always left it there for him to eat when he is hungry but he used to be defensive over his food.
Poor guy can’t handle too much time in the sun and heat of the dog park. He’ll be panting for the next hour.
Lenin at what age does one need to start getting concerned about their dog's joints? Last week we went on a 4 mile hike 5 days (2 miles up mount nittany, and 2 miles back home). He's a 7 year old black mouth cur and seems to be doing great with it, but I don't want to wear him out.
I’d say 7 is good since that is when most dogs turn into “seniors”
Dasuquin/Cosuquin is always my recommendation
Cosequin max did wonders for my dog. His front left leg didn't grow properly because of his absolute shit owners when he was a puppy. He used to limp a lot on it. Vet told me to start cosequin max for his joints and after a month or two I could notice a big difference. I just started my 4 year old lab on it.
My vet's website has like 20 options between the two brands. Is there a preference?
This is what I use https://www.chewy.com/nutramax-cosequin-maximum-strength-ds/dp/36600
Took the pup out to the nature park today. He was a good boy for 95% of the walk and was a mad man for a short period. Refused to let him pull at the leash on the way in and he was crying like a baby while we stood in place until he calmed down. He also had his first experience in the water.
No fucks given.
Enjoying some time in the South Platte River.
That's not 6'
Their mouth it the closest thing to hands they have
Cosuquin worked wonders for our older dog
She had gotten to where she wouldn't even put pressure on on of her back legs, about 3 years ago
One Cosuquin treat a day and she even can jump up on the couch
She knows, every day when I get home its time for me to give it to her
Worked wonders for Sadie too if we run out and she misses a few days there is a huge difference
My dog woke up with hives like this.
only thing we can think is that she ate some food at a friends house that was cheapo grocery store brand.
could that cause itchy hives like this???
been giving her Benadryl and have some oatmeal spray
photo is not my dog
Costco carries Cosaquin in their warehouses pretty regularly. Really good deal when you find it on sale like this
Here's our three legged kitty.
That’s happened to my dog and it was a bad food brand that caused it.
Yeah. That’s what I think. Looks better today. Still itchy AF going to the vet later
I believe they gave my dogs steroids to fix it. It was a few years back so can’t remember exactly what it was.
Hives were gone this morning. Took her in and she got a steroid shot. Seems back to normal. Still itchyer than normal but she looks a lot better.
damn Chinese dog food
Layla threw up on Saturday night, twice yesterday, and then again this morning. She's normally very food driven, but didn't eat on Sunday morning. We fed her boiled chicken and rice last night and this morning. She ate that, but still seemed kind of lethargic. She's at the vet now. Her vitals are good, but she's dropped almost 5 lbs (84.5 to 80) since she had her annual on 5/14. They're doing blood work now. Her poops and water consumption have been normal.
Good luck, man.