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Last answer by Jamie Myles 57 months ago +0 votes:
Chickweed, Parsley, Reshi, turmeric, Shitake, Comfrey, Goldenseal, andChapparl are all herbs or foods that are used to shrink tumors.Eating plenty of celery and apples is also beneficial in shrinking tumors. Like Parsly, Celery and apples contain apigenin which slows and even stops the growth of tumors. more
Last answer by Kaleidoscope Acres 60 months ago +0 votes:
All intelligent dogs have the chances of being destructive if left home alone for long periods of time and especially if their mental needs are not otherwise met - this is because smart dogs are more likely to get bored, and bored dogs look for things to do to keep themselves busy.  As such it is very important to keep this breed mentally stimulated. http://dogs.knoji.com/how-to-provide-ment... more
Asked by Lynn Hiller in Dogs1 answers
. desperate. Dont want to put her down. we have, tried giving her steak, chicken,  boiled eggs, weiners, cold cuts, her usual dog food. She eats bites of some of the food. we bought her ensure with high protein and has seem to like it, but only drinks small amounts. more
Last answer by Kaleidoscope Acres 62 months ago +0 votes:
If your dog is a purebred, registered, dog, the breeder you got it from might take it back - good breeders always do! In some areas there are rescues specifically for rescuing purebred dogs. Call your local shelter, some are no-kill but might turn a dog away if they are full or if it is not the type of dog they normally rescue. Other shelters are called open admission - they take all unwanted p... more
Last answer by Roberta Baxter 64 months ago +0 votes:
Since this is a new and unusual behavior, your dog is trying to tell you something. When he starts barking is there time for you to let him lead you to the bothersome thing? Dogs have acute hearing and he might be hearing something that you do not. This could be cause for you to do some investigating instead of trying to stop him from alerting you to something. more
Asked by Ellen Plitt in Dogs1 answers
Last answer by Roberta Baxter 64 months ago +0 votes:
I found this link for you to do some research for your dog grooming tables that you want. http://conscen.en.ec21.com/ more
Asked by phil tan in Dogs1 answers
Last answer by Kaleidoscope Acres 65 months ago +0 votes:
Asked by Anne Mills in Dogs2 answers
Last answer by Rena Sherwood 65 months ago +0 votes:
13 is very old for a Staffy.  I have heard of a few reaching 16, but many have died before 13. more
Asked by Amanda Wilkins in Dogs1 answers
Last answer by Kaleidoscope Acres 65 months ago +0 votes:
It could be her blood sugar is out of wack, try giving her something to eat, often shaking in small dogs means they need to eat something. If she goes outside could she have been hit by anything, anyone?  Or attacked by a larger dog, or person? If this is a sudden thing and totally out of character for her, seeing a vet would be a good thing if you cannot otherwise explain the unusual behav... more
Asked by Dennis Sindone in Dogs1 answers
Last answer by Rena Sherwood 65 months ago +1 votes:
It's not enough if that is all the dog is eating.  As a treat, they're just fine.  You are feeding the dog more food than that, right? more
Asked by lance hewitson in Dogs1 answers
Last answer by Amanda Wilkins 66 months ago +0 votes:
I have a beautiful 13-year-old Staffie called Charlie.I inherited him from a friend who could not look after him any more and he lives with me and 13-year-old Yorkshire Terrier. When I first had Charlie about three years ago he never uttered a sound and he still never barks when anyone comes to the door so he isn't much of a watchdog.It is my Yorkie who barks when horses are on the TV,someone's c... more
Last answer by Pankaj Trehan 67 months ago +0 votes:
Hi Linda Thanks  for your answer , it was really a satisfying one, although I do understand psychology very well all I wanted  to know was will his being hungry effect his growth. I really thank you for your answer it was really a very satisfying . regards, Pankaj Trehan more
Asked by Pankaj Trehan in Dogs2 answers
Last answer by Missy Lowe 67 months ago +0 votes:
There are many who swear by using cedar essential oil on bedding, collar,etc...anywhere the animal frequents. I have ordered some, and am looking forward to trying it. We also rub food grade diatomaceous earth into the fur, and so far this year we have not been bothered with any fleas...diatomaceous earth is good for them to eat too, sprinkle a bit on food, and it gets rid of worms! Completely saf... more
Asked by Susie Klein in Dogs2 answers
Last answer by norlaw 67 months ago +1 votes:
Your dog may feel the person that is leaving is not coming back.  Leave the dog for short periods of time and give him lot of attention when you return.  You will have to make him feel he is not being left forever.  Separation anxiey is very hard to deal with and every dog is different.  Sometimes it might help if you give him a tranquilizer before you leave.  Consult your... more
Asked by Kayla Pembrook in Dogs1 answers
Last answer by Daughter of Maat 67 months ago +2 votes:
In short, yes. Recent research by a team of scientists in London has shown that dogs can “catch” yawns from their human family members. The research indicates that dogs are capable of empathizing with humans because of their unmatched skill at reading individual cues from their human counterparts. The team of scientists created a scenario in which a dog and human the dog did not know w... more
Last answer by Jaz 67 months ago +0 votes:
Susie, she may just be being protective too. Labs are very faithful to their owners. We have an English Bull Terrier in our neighborhood that acts the same way. His owner is a very sweet man and we talk often but if he's walking his dog and I am walking Rosie we always avoid walking on the same side of the street because I don't think he knows either and he acts very aggressive. The dog is new to ... more
Asked by Susie Klein in Dogs1 answers
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