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Terry   Houston, TX

3/30/2009 8:15:27 AM

Very informative! As a nurse I can see doing all these things for my "4-legged children". Can you please run an article on CPR on dogs. THis is also very helpful and can you please run one on keeping our 4-legged friends since the summer months are right around the corner! Thanks again for such interesting and informative articles!

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jennifer   merced, CA

3/23/2009 9:27:29 PM

when we rescued keilo it was from a drug addicted who gave him a large dose of meth to see how he would reacted to the drug also he had parvo he was only bout 3months old he was so skinny and shaking i keep fluid in him and got him to the vet immedatily thank goodness they were able to save him

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Linda   Corpus Christi, TX

3/18/2009 6:04:52 PM

Thank you this was very informative. I had a medical emergency at one time, with one of my pups, at 2:00 am, and I had to take him to the vet that was open after hours. He was throwing up and couldn't stop going to the bathroom coming out of both ends, and I called the vet and they told me to at first give him baby benadryl, and baby electrolyte. After I gave it to him, it still didn't help much, so that's when I had to take him to the vet and they gave him a some shots and some antibiotics. He was not suppose to eat dog food for a few weeks, he had to eat chicken and rice with some juice from the chicken. I fed him that 3 times a day until he felt better or I started to mix it in his food, then started to give him his regular pup food little at a time, but sure was glad that I did take him to the vets, because I probably would of lost him. Now he's healthy and a happy pup. Almost a yr old.

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Brynna   London, KY

3/6/2009 1:51:40 PM

I hope that i never have to use any of these tips, but they will come in handy if i need them.

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michelle   wilmington, OH

2/28/2009 11:23:11 AM

Thanks...this was very informing.

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Melanie   Racine, WI

2/27/2009 10:53:10 AM

This is really great
infor.
thank you

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Natalia   Reno, NV

2/25/2009 11:04:33 PM

This is very good info to know. Very helpful.

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Mary   Cedar Blff, AL

2/17/2009 10:46:56 AM

Great info for those who need to know also the red cross has a book called first aid for cats and dogs its free

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NICOLE   BAY SHORE, NY

2/13/2009 11:38:02 PM

GOOD INFO

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Nicole   North Canton, OH

2/9/2009 4:08:39 PM

This quiz gave me some good information. I would have never learned you can give your dog over the counter medicane if it was not for this test

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deb   tol, OH

2/7/2009 5:52:40 PM

THANKS FOR THE INFO

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Priscilla   Huron, CA

2/6/2009 5:44:08 PM

THANKS FOR THE INFO. DIDN'T KNOW SOME OF THEM SO NOW I CAN HELP MY DAG BETTER THANK YOU DC.....

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Bonnie   Ida, MI

2/3/2009 5:00:10 PM

Thank you for this test, i'd had forgotten about the hydrogen
peroxide.















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eileen   exeter, PA

2/1/2009 10:29:49 AM

great info piece especially for those of you who are new owners . i have been a dog mommy for 42 years and i still keep reading up.

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bernadine   tehachapi, CA

1/20/2009 6:18:43 PM

Once again. Thank you, very kindly for the info!

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Debbie   Ephrata, PA

1/11/2009 10:28:32 PM

That was very helpful and I learned how much I didn't know. Thank you!

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Victoria   Baton Rouge, LA

1/8/2009 5:14:37 PM

This info was very helpful.

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Janet   West Valley, UT

12/31/2008 6:39:50 PM

I learned a lot - thanks for having these kinds of informative "tests" Ü

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Dawn   Hamilton, NJ

12/31/2008 5:59:18 AM

This was great I learned alot by doing this quiz.

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Roberta   Wikieup, AZ

12/26/2008 10:36:53 AM

It's always good to know that kind of things. You never know when something is going to crop up.

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