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  1. General Discussion
    My girl had her box removed. She's fine, though the vet, in my opinion, could have done cleaner work on the external sutures. I've stitched A dog or 3 back in the day and didn't do this sloppy of A job. She's still got an exposed gash. It's taking its time to heal. When I had her in the airport...
  2. Health & Nutrition
    Pyometra is a disease in female dogs that have not been spayed. It usually affects dogs who are four years of age or older with most dogs showing signs of the disease at 9 years old. Approximately 23% of female dogs over age 10 have the disease. Pyometra is dogs is cased by the hormones...
  3. Health & Nutrition
    What are the chances? Is it more common in unhealthy dogs with poor nutrition, poor immune systems, and just lack of care from there owners. I also hear and have read that it is more common in older dogs ages 5 and up. Is there any steps an owner can take to prevent this from happening ( besides...
  4. Health & Nutrition
    I was discussing with some breeder friends of mine how Maile is still intact and will not be spayed BECAUSE of previous experiences Ive had with spaying my dogs. She will NEVER bred, but I dont trust spaying her. Anyway, they told me that she can develop an infection and die if I dont get her...
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