lost my freckles about 2 weeks ago to heart worms. learned a very hard lesson. wish to have another. please contact me if your in the nc or va area and have one to give or sale me. thanks
my dal splash smiles when i see her but when other people come around and she starts growling i dont know wether shes growling or smiling and i dont want any one getting hurt.what should i do
I have an 11 week old female who has developed sores on her stomach. They are varied in size and look like zits. They dont seem to bother her but I am concerned. Thank you.
Help. My 6 year old and I have a pair of adorable peachfaced lovebirds. The hen laid one egg. I didn't know what to do, went to a pet store, bought a little nest and put the egg in it. She refused to sit on it. While we were on vacation, she laid 3 more eggs in the cage bottom and is sitting on them. I am afraid to change the cage bottom, but the eggs are sitting (and so is the hen) in unsanitary droppings for two weeks now!!! what should we do? Do we need to provide an additional heat source?
My Paechface has been regurgitating on one of his toys for the last week. He seem to be building something but I am unable to find any information on the web as to why he may be doing this. Can anyone give me any information what he is doing? Thanks
Suzie is a rescue dalmation that we saved last year. When we got her, we noticed a small lesion on her stomach which turned out to be cancerous. We had our vet remove it via surgery and thought that it was all gone; however, she has a new lesion about the size of a dime on the other side now. We have scheduled another surgery at our vet for next week. Has anyone out there experienced a similar problem with their dal? We are saddened, as expected, and worry whether we're doing the right thing or not. Any suggestions? I am attaching a picture. We look forward to any responses!
i love dogs and if i see one and it looks like it is ill i wold take it hame and trey it
While on a leash or in the house my Dal does OK, If I take her outside off the leash and try to watch her as I work she dissappears. And when I do find her she is very reluctant to come to me. How can I get her to come when I call her. She is a rescued dog about 4 to 5 yrs old. I have had her about 3 yrs. Tried the underground wire but she was very afraid of it. So took it up. We take walks in the fields everyday as long as she is on the leash she is good. But if she is off the leash it's a problem to get her to come. She eventually comes in her own sweet time. need help. bob e
These dogs are from "Dalmatia". Damnation, how can you be so ignorant of the breed's spelling!
My dal sleeps with me. And recently I have developed a kind of rash or skin irritation. I'm not sure if I had an allergic reaction to something. Or if Penelope, my 5 1/2 month old dalmation has a condition that doesn't show up on her, but makes little raised bumps one me. She has been sleeping with me for about 3 months, and this just started about 3 weeks ago.
While I was hospitalized, by vet (in error) sold by gorgeous Dalmation - (Dinah) There is an involved explanation. If anyone has any suggestions as to how I can get her back, I can fill them in.
Deafness is a genetic problem which afflicts many Dalmatians. The statistics vary, but the Dalmatian Club of America estimates that between 10% and 12% of Dalmatians suffer from deafness. Everyone agrees that deaf Dalmatians should not be bred.