Train your dog with this dog training method.

Sunday, August 16, 2009

TIPS PLUS VETERINARIAN QUESTIONS

Helpful Tips When Purchasing a Puppy

Whether you go to a breeder or a rescue group, you should be prepared to ask a lot of questions about the puppy or dog you hope to acquire. Here are some questions to ask:
What possible health problems might this dog develop?
How big will the dog get?
How old will he be before he acts like an adult dog?
How protective will the dog be?
How often will the dog need to be groomed?
How does he get along with other animals?
How long can he be left alone at home?
How much exercise does the dog need?
What are the best training methods for this dog?
How much does it cost to feed a dog per year.
Have a family discussion on which dog would be considered as your favorite dog.
Things you need to know about pet problems;
Also don't let your pet suffer,by not getting it to the veterinarian on time.
Little things can add up to cause your pet to be euthinized because of neglect.
Bloat
Choking and the Heimlich Maneuver
CPR
Disaster Preparedness
Electric Shock

Emergencies:
When to Call Your Veterinarian
Evacuation Kits: How to Make One
First Aid Kits: How to Make One
Fishhook Removal
Normal Values and Characteristics

Allergic Reactions and Skin

Allergic Reactions: Hives & Facial Swelling
Anaphylaxis

Bites - Stings - Injuries from Other Animals

Fly Bites
Insect Bites
Porcupine Quills
Scorpion Stings
Skunk Odor Removal

Snake Bites
Spider Bites
Toad Poisoning

Poisons and Toxic Foods for Dogs

Acetaminophen (Tylenol) Toxicity
Acid Poisoning
Alkali (Corrosive) Poisoning
Amitraz Toxicity
Amphetamine Toxicity

Antidepressant Toxicity
Antifreeze Poisoning: Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention
Antihistamine & Decongestant Poisoning
Arsenic Toxicity
Aspirin Toxicity

Battery Ingestion and Toxicity
Bleach Poisoning
Borate Poisoning
Chocolate Toxicity
Citrus Oil Toxicity

Cocaine Toxicity
Cocoa Bean Mulch Poisoning
DEET Toxicity
Detergent Poisoning
Ethylene Glycol (Antifreeze) Poisoning

Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Dog
Garbage Intoxication
Gorilla Glue Poisoning
Grape/Raisin Toxicity
Iron Toxicity

Isopropyl Alcohol (Isopropanol) Poisoning
Ivermectin Toxicity
Kerosene, Gasoline, and Petroleum Poisoning
Lead Poisoning
Macadamia Nut Toxicity

Marijuana Toxicity
Mercury Poisoning
Metaldehyde Poisoning
Moth Ball Poisoning
Mushroom Poisoning

Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug (NSAID) Toxicity
Onion and Garlic Toxicity
Organophosphate and Carbamate Poisoning
Phenol and Phenolic Poisoning
Pine Oil Poisoning

Poisonous Plants
Puppy Proofing Your Home
Pyrethrin and Permethrin Toxicity
Rat Poison Ingestion: Anticoagulant Type
Rat Poison Ingestion: Bromethalin Types

Rat Poison Ingestion: Cholecalciferol/Vitamin D Types
Rat Poison Ingestion: Zinc Types
Rotenone Toxicity
Sodium Phosphate Enema Toxicity
Strychnine Poisoning

Zinc Toxicity

Temperature Extremes

Frostbite
Heatstroke
Hypothermia

Saturday, August 15, 2009

My Favorite Dogs

In my life span I have had a multitude of favorite dogs.
I have a photo album of my favorite dogs to show off.
I have a favorite story I wrote on one of my dogs surviving a rattlesnake bite.
http://hubpages.com/hub/how-my-hound-dog-survived-a-rattlesnake-bite

My name is Sundance

My name is Sundance
Hound found with chain imbedded into chest.

Favorite Dog #1

Favorite Dog #1
Favorite Dog # 1 is Moses

Favorite Dog #2.Chi Chi passed away last year due to heart failure.

Favorite Dog #2.Chi Chi passed away last year due to heart failure.
Favorite Dog #2 is Chi Chi

Favorite Dog # 3

Favorite Dog # 3
Favorite Dog #3 is Bufford

Favorite Dog #4.She is the daughter of T-Bone

Favorite Dog #4.She is the daughter of T-Bone
Favorite Dog #4 is Penny

Favorite Dog # 5

Favorite Dog # 5
Favorite Dog #5 is T-Bone
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