"Leah, I can't thank you enough!! Chelsea's was all around her mouth from corner to corner, between her nose & her upper lip & below her lower lip. As I was taking her to the vet in the car (she's very polite in the…"
"I am so glad you provided us with this information. If I have to take Chelsea back to the vet because her inflammation has returned, I will ask about this. If it wouldn't be too much trouble, would you be able to post a picture?"
"Good morning Leah!
My English Setter, Chelsea exhibited the same symptoms a couple of weeks ago. A trip to the vet resulted in a diagnosis of allergies. She prescribed prednisone & hydroxyzine, and Chelsea was much better within just…"
"We have peach trees in our backyard. When the peaches start getting ripe & the limbs are bending close to the ground from the weight of the fruit, my dogs will actually pick the fruit off of the branches, LOL!! When we come home from…"
"Good morning Melissa!
If I were you, I would feed him carrots or green beans instead of the peas. Peas and corn are starches. My Cardi, Magdalen gets 1/2 cup of kibble (Taste of the Wild) twice a day plus 1/4 cup of Grandma Lucy's twice a…"
"My Standard Poodle had mild epilepsy for most of his life. His seizures occurred about once every other month and he lived to the ripe old age of 18 with no medication. Hopefully you will be lucky too."
Thanks for the connection. Sharon does have nice cardigans and we are so happy to have Le-Le in our life. We got her at 2 since Sharon was going to breed her and then decided not to. So we lucked out. Right place right time to get a great dog. Had a bit of work to do to socialize her since she is shy but now 18+ months living with us she is so sweet, so smart and so easy. Still very wary of strangers and will not let strangers touch her. But all things we can live with and we try and help her with this. Always fun to see other 'family' dogs on here. King George was her dad who is a beautiful Blue Merle though Sharon has since retired him to a 'forever' home.
Thats what I thought....I went to the office here in Orlando, and the recruiter said exactly what you said. But I am still studying their purpose and interviewing people who were in the CG. Thank you so much for your help!
A lot of people tell me NOT to join CG cause I am gonna be sent to Iraq immediately....I dont know, if it happens, ill do it with pride. I come from a military family and we have learned how to be loyal to our country....I am wanting to do Marine Technician, hoping to become an officer by the time I graduate. Hopefully, I will go to those wonderful places that you have been :)