Post by BubbysMom on Sept 24, 2010 19:50:05 GMT -5
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Hi everyone i'm a retired groomer and retired Arabian Horse show owner, had a bad accident but that's what i'm here to talk about, i have a beautiful pom, she is stuck to me like glue, last night she started heaving and throwing up, I do believe in companion pain with all the furry animals i have had, and being a pro-groomer i had a lot of children dropped or left in my salon, i have been sick for over 3 weeks with a cedar allergy, she acts like she is sick as well, any input on this matter would be helpful, i know and so should you that owning a pom or any small breed or large is a privilege do not take this lightly, anyway if your furry baby exhibits these systems, please feel free to share, she is also terrified of fireworks, thunder and lightning, at this early of an age with the attitude they have she should not be like this, but want all of you to guard your furry friends, New Years is close at hand, and this is how a lot of them get out of their yard, please bring them in when it is cold, just because they have long hair doesn't mean they are warm,
Hi guys, I currently have a beautiful brown pom who will be 5 this year. I have been asked if I would like to breed him a few times (over the next few years) with another pom in return for a puppy of my choice. I'm more than happy to do this as they are amazing friendly people with all the space a dog/puppy needs ect I'm just wondering as I would of loved to have a female pup would this be okay? I do have the option with him staying else where whilst the female is in heat but would he still try it on when shes not or being it's his daughter will he leave her alone?? I just give him love and attention the other stuff like this goes over my head and want to find out first. Any advice would be great. Thank You in advance
my pom, has a terrible problem licking his paws none stop. I've changed his foods, taken him to be seen bye two different vets, had him on steroids under a vets care, then he has these little space out moment's where he's licking at the air and turning his head and sniffing the air. Then he got terribly sick vomiting, weak shaking legs, looked like he was near death. took him back to the same vet that prescribed the steroids and they said that they were going to treat him for pancreatitis. His blood test levels in his liver & intestines were in the 1700's.(this to me means nothing because im not a vet! other then how worried it made me!) Then the vet said we are going to treat him for pancreatitis and he will need to be on our science food diet and were changing him from steroids to apoquel. then they stated he shouldn't of been on the steroid for this amount of time (which was about 18 months) yet I was refilling from there office with there perscripition. the food was low fat and they put him on this food for low fat but he gained 5lbs in 4 months, was always starving. Then he starting butt scooting the vet said he needed his anal glands expressed. then it was every two weeks of taking him in at $35.00 ea. this never has happened to him before and did not stop him from scooting. Needles all this time money and worry hasn't helped him at all. I'm at my wits ends and need help, does anyone have any ideas. Zeus is 4 years old. a standard full size Pomeranian please any advise is helpful I've taken him off the vet recommended science low fat diet the first of July. iv'e been feeding him Acana which is made bye Orijen and I mix in 2 tbls of raw goats milk which is said to help with yeast on or in the skin. thank you thank you, seriously feeling hopeless