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Category: Dog Breeds | Views: 4752 | Added by: Meli |
Date: 2011-11-18 | Comments (3)

Vivian Ashe (Jamie Lee Curtis) leaves her pet chihuahua Chloe (Drew Barrymore) with her irresponsible niece Rachel (Piper Perabo). However, when Rachel decides to go to Mexico with her friends, Chloe gets dognapped. She is sent to the dog fights, and meets a Germa ... Read more »

Category: Movies | Views: 525 | Added by: Meli |
Date: 2011-11-18 | Comments (0)

 Maggie’s story:

When Jesse and Arthur Treff got Maggie, a Jack Russell terrier as a puppy, "she was a challenge,” explains Jesse. "Between chewing and just everything a puppy can do, magnify that by 10 — that’s what a Jack Russell puppy does.”

In an attempt to curb Maggie’s misbehavior, the Treffs thought they’d try redi ... Read more »

Category: Video | Views: 394 | Added by: Meli |
Date: 2011-11-18 | Comments (0)

Chihuahua

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The Chihuahua is a tiny toy sized dog. The body is longer than it is tall. The head is well rounded, apple in shape and the muzzle is short and pointed with a well defined stop. Puppies have a soft spot on the top of the skull cal ... Read more »

Category: Dog Breeds | Views: 412 | Added by: Meli |
Date: 2011-11-18 | Comments (0)



Sharp pointy bones, like my mother’s T-bones or pork chop bones can be chewed small enough to be swallowed. Once these pointy bones get into the esophagus, they can get stuck in the soft esophageal lining and permanently damage the esophagus. They are also a diagnostic challenge. When a bone is stuck in the esophagus, your dog acts like they want to vomit. In response, veterinarians x-ray the stomach and find nothing, because a bone is stuck in the esophagus. This can lead to a delay in bone removal because your dog can’t say "I got Sunday’s T-bone stuck in my throat.”

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Category: Dangerous Food | Views: 481 | Added by: Meli |
Date: 2011-11-18 | Comments (0)


It's not a good idea to share salty foods like chips or pretzels with your dog. Eating too much salt can cause excessive thirst and urination and lead to sodium ion poisoning. Symptoms of too much salt include vomiting, diarrhea, depression, tremors, elevated body temperature, and seizures.

Too much salt is bad . Mainly, iodized salt and salty foods can cause stomach ailments and pancreatitis. Some dogs, especially large breeds, have been known to gulp too much water after eating salty foods and developed a life threatening condition called bloat during which the stomach fills with gas and twists, leading to a painful death unless emergency ... Read more »

Category: Dangerous Food | Views: 491 | Added by: Meli |
Date: 2011-11-18 | Comments (0)

Maltese Dog