Archive for June 15th, 2009

Dog Cancer Survival Guide: Beyond Surgery, Chemotherapy & Radiation Kindle Edition

Dog cancer is the number one killer of dogs. Dr. Demian Dressler, DVM is known around the world as the “Dog Cancer Vet.” Dr. Dressler’s popular blog has helped thousands of dog lovers cope with and survive dog cancer.

This Kindle version of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide contains all the information that is included in the ebook which is sold online.

The topics covered include:

Dr. Dressler reveals the “best of breed” conventional medical treatments and

Rating: (out of 1 reviews)

List Price: $ 37.00


Starbeams, Dogs and Cancer.

Rating: (out of 1 reviews)

List Price: $ 15.99

Price: $ 15.99

[wprebay kw=”dog+cancer” num=”2″ ebcat=”all”] [wprebay kw=”dog+cancer” num=”3″ ebcat=”all”]

Question by Show Breeders Sell Better Pups: What dog foods out there are wheat, corn, and soy free?
besides like, Blue Buffalo and Taste of the Wild and such 😀

My question earlier got me thinking. I’d like to have both of my bìtches on the same diet (with Taste of the Wild, it’s high enough protein that I dont need a “puppy food”). Piper is has allergies, so it does need to be free of those three things listed above 😉

Best answer:

Answer by Emilie.
.. Raw?
HAHA I don’t know, I don’t know much about dog food 😉

Give your answer to this question below!

Dog versus Oncor meter installer: hazards of installing

Dog versus Oncor meter installer: hazards of installing
Installers have been bitten by dogs dozens of times.
Read more on Fort Worth Star-Telegram

How am I supposed to teach my dog “tricks”?

Question by Cory Q: How am I supposed to teach my dog “tricks”?
I have taught my 4 month old labradoodle puppy, that we’ve just gotten a week ago, how to fetch and sit, and I’m trying to figure out a method to teach her to “sit pretty”, lay down (like with her paws straight out in front and her belly flat on the ground), and play dead. Does anyone experienced with training dogs have any methods for me to use??

Best answer:

Answer by boo_boo5001
use treats and keep trying tell her one command she do it give her a treat till she gets it … it takes time but i would only do one command at a time till she get it with no prob then move to a norther one that how i got my now 9 month pup to do things and fetch well all i did was toss her toy she went a got it and i called her back to me and praised her till she got it down now all i have to do is tell her what toy to get and she brings them to me and we have lots of fun time but they need lots of praise when they have done good

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!