...they may want you to buy more than one stuffed animal at a time. as far as the heart you can work that out with them.
2 Answers · Games & Recreation · 13/02/2009
- Does it mean he is recovering ok from Parvo? It's sounding good but they can relapse - Parvo opens up their digestive tract to secondary infections, so vet's normally put them on an antibiotic. - Does a dog...
2 Answers · Pets · 29/04/2010
This is something to take up with a vet. Please, do not try to medicate your dog without a vet...
7 Answers · Pets · 21/03/2013
Heartworm medication should be started as early as 12-16 weeks of age. Contact your vet. At this age you vet may require a heartworm test before selling you a heartworm prevention.
1 Answers · Pets · 20/04/2009
Id say that if you want a dog that looks like your Lobo, then you should get a Malamute. It'll be like your doggie, but not exactly alike, so it wont be hard for you every time you look at him. Also, Malamutes are bigger, so...
3 Answers · Pets · 05/02/2008
if your dog has adult heartworms, if the dog otherwise appears healthy (i.e. it is active, not lethargic, and does not have a chronic cough), a monthly dosing of Ivermectin at a dosage normally used to kill roundworms (a dosage that...
9 Answers · Pets · 11/08/2014
Take him or her to the vet. Only they can tell you for sure. I wish your pet the best. Please follow through.
1 Answers · Health · 07/12/2007