What breed is this guy?
Beautiful.. what breed??
Hey there everyone,
My girlfriend and I saw this dog on our trip through Italy in a town called Matera. We loved this dog's breed the minute we saw it and are thinking more and more seriously about raising one.
Of course we first need to find out what breed it is! Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Link to photo:http://imgur.com/WhCOct4
I use to coat Brooklyn's pills in peanut butter before I gave them to her. The kids also use to give her a spoonful of it for 20 minutes of entertainment, but I just read an article about how bad it can be for your dog and can cause allergies. There are also a lot of treats out there that are peanut butter so I would be careful of those too. I haven't heard this before and just thought some of you might be as interested as me. Here is a link to the article: http://www.petwave.com/Dogs/Health/Food-Allergies.aspx
Rough Collies - What did you observe when you had one?
What can you tell me about the rough collie that is not typically written in a dog breed profile about them?
(I am utterly in love with the breed and would like to know more- thank you!)
Not sure what is wrong with my dog..help
My dog seems to have an upset stomach, shes been eating grass to throw up and just is not herself. She had diarrhea but that has stopped. All tests came back negative for anything( blood test, fecal, xray) The vet suggested an expensive barium x ray but I cant afford it. She still has bursts of energy and you would think she is completely fine, and then 5 minutes later goes to eat grass. She doesn't eat it as much as she was but its been 5 days now and shes still not 100%. The vet said I give her Pepcid so I have but I cant even tell if its helping her. Shes also been on a bland diet. Does anyone know what could be wrong?
PLEASE HELP SAVE BONZO!!
First and foremost I'd like to thank you for taking the time to read this story:
The street on which I live has a number of strays running around, breeding by the litters. I put out food and water everyday for them and although I truly wish I could keep them all, this little fellow who I have named 'Bonzo' was scampering around my backyard. With two other cats of my own, Tigerlily and my little fighter of a feline Scooter (who was born with an enlarged heart and asthma). I was able to bathe Bonzo, feed him, and look after him for a few days. After the 3rd day the poor little guys health was not improving. The other morning his health hit an all time low, I rushed him to the vegetarian hospital where the vet told me, that by the time he went back to check on him, he would be gone but Bonzo had another idea and that was to LIVE. They put him on oxygen, gave him cortisone shots, and a number of other antibiotics. The vet, being a business structure all in all asked what the budget was for this little guy and for the life of me I wasn't able to put a price to his question. He now has now been at the vets for the past two days. He's been in and out of a coma but he is a fighter with a fighting chance. I ask whomever is reading this to take the time to consider donating to help to continue to save his life. Not one to ask for hand outs, he has me by the heart. Any donation, nothing is too small. Any questions or concerns please feel free to ask.
PLEASE HELP SAVE BONZO!
He is currently at:
VCA Adler Animal Hospital and Pet Resort
in North Hills, CA
Call and ask about Bonzo
Below is the link to his fundraiser picture included:
Thank you for your time.
Much love to you and yours.
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