Has anyone tried Canidae dog food for food allergies?

Question by Jen C: Has anyone tried Canidae dog food for food allergies?
If anyone has tried this dog food, please let me know what symptoms your dog was experiencing before you switched to this food and how it helped your dog. Also, if you could tell me what kind of Canidae dog food your dog is on. Thanks.
Has you dog been diagnosed with food allergies?

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Answer by Yo LO! ©
My dogs are on Canidae All Life Stages – I have a 1 year old Aussie and 3 Month old Aussie – One great food for both of them!

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Does anyone know of a safe all natural female canine incontinence formula that works?

Question by lcsotter: Does anyone know of a safe all natural female canine incontinence formula that works?
My dog and a new “rescue” have this problem.I have them both on Proin minimal dosage and suspect they are still leaking a bit but I just don’t want to use this product anymore after reading how bad it is for them.
Please if anyone knows of any all natural/holistic remedies, I’d appreciate the information.
Thanks in advance.

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Answer by MaryS
I used to use Leaks No More by Natural Homeopathic Remedy. I have seen it it pet stores. I used to order it from a catalog years back for my female bull terrier. Worth a try.

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Question by John: does anyone else find the movie “pride & prejudice” to be boring, i dont understand its popularity?

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Answer by Ingrid
yeah it sucks
lolz

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Question by Beach Lover: Does anyone know of a wireless invisible fence that will work on a sloped lot?
We have a Norwegian Elkhound (8 months old) that will NOT stay home! She just wants to be around people. Does anyone know of a wireless invisible fence that will work with a sloped lot. Thought about the underground fence but have heard others voice complaints of “varmints” chewing them and then they have to be replaced.
I neglected to mention that I have the pup in a pen for her safety and the safety of others. I would like to ask that responders keep their answers to helpful information!

Telling me that “ALL those POS “invisible” fences are EXPENSIVE & utterly USELESS *&* DANGEROUS CRAP!!” is considered abuse of this helpful answer board thta yahoo has set up for people!

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Answer by GSDotch
I have used the buried invisible fences before (Innotex) – the most important thing about these is to train your dog properly. You have to follow the instructions carefully to ensure that your dog respects the fence and will not run through it. However, some dogs are just not cut out for invisible fences. I once had a boxer that would sit in the electric field and let the collar shock him – you could literally see his entire neck jerking.

I have never had a problem with wires getting chewed through, though I’m sure that different areas of the country are different. Also, a slope on your lot shouldn’t make a difference. If your dog is adament about getting out, she will. If she learns how to run through it once, it will be hard to keep her from doing it again.

These types of fences are not the best for puppies and a real “fence” is always best. Plus, an invisible fence does not keep other dogs out of your yard. If you dog is not spayed, you will have every male dog in town in your yard. A real fence is always the safest.

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Does anyone know where I can download “Jack the Dog” for free?

Question by Me: Does anyone know where I can download “Jack the Dog” for free?
… Without paying some fee for signing up to some site – just it, like from isohunt — unfortunately isohunt doesn’t have it.

Please. Thanks so much.

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Q&A: Does anyone know how to treat “hotspot” on a dog?

Question by ms992: Does anyone know how to treat “hotspot” on a dog?
My dog recently developed a hotspot on her face. We took her to the animal hospital and she was given medication. It then started to get better. However, in the past week it has been getting worse. Can anyone tell me how to cure it?

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Answer by JeN
Discover what she is allergic to. She was treated with immune suppressants so the wound would heal, but that does not solve the problem. As soon as the medications are finished, she itches again. If it gets better with prednisone, she is probably allergic to something in her environment, try antihistamines, talk to your vet.

BEWARE depending on repeated steroid/cortisone/prednisone treatments to deal with hotspots. Any veterinarian who uses these as a quick fix without a concerted effort to find the cause has either given up, or is too lazy. Steroid treatments work wonderfully, but they also cause irreversible liver damage, and very often endocrine disease (i.e. Cushing’s) if used indiscreetely for repeated allergy dermatitis. Steroids should be used very sparingly, only for severe dermatitis when all else has failed.

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Question by vivalvegas1: Can anyone tell me the lyrics from the song”little green bag”(from resevoir dogs)?

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Answer by Barbara
This link has the lyrics…

http://home.att.net/~bubblegumusic/songgreen.htm

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