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It is ALWAYS better that both parents remain involved in the children's life after a divorce, spending as much time as they can. Ideally, they...
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You mention pyloric stenosis. Has the baby been diagnosed with that? Either way, baby should be seen by a  specialist (pediatric surgeon )and...
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Hi As you may have read, no bones for dogs, but I do love to get a good beef bone for mine they love them and last for ages, there is one in the UK...
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Hi Have a good read through this link from the UK's NHS, lots of info for you, which should help you.http://www.nhs...
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Hi here's a link that may help you understand what's going on with him.http://www.animalfriends.org.uk/guide/feline-senile-dementia-signs-to...
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Hi This would depend on its breed, all dogs come in different sizes, and this would be your guide to feeding it.Good Luck
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Hi If he's happy just eating canned dogs food then let him, as for soft stools, could be just his age, better for than straining with harder ones...
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Hi Well if he can good luck to him its all a part of growing up, but watch out when he starts throwing the empty's about.Good Luck
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Hi, How to start a diet, it would be a good thing to your dachshunds food intake by one third of its normal daily amount and this does include meals...
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There are no associations between the early introduction of foods (or chocolate) and SIDS. In some cultures, foods are given quite early, but this is...
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Hi If you live there and your worried, the if your not in a flat and have some spare ground, get hold of some chicks and rear your own, for more help...
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All mammals...humans and dogs...can have food intolerances. Seaweed is really not a part of a dog's diet, so I don't feel that it will hurt...
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The only thing you really need to do is shower. And you don't even need to overdo the shower. Just apply some soapy water and rinse thoroughly...
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Hi, The only thing would be a guess at when it last was fed, and what it was given to eat. if it was not being fed right then they could go on...
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I believe that the previous therapist was guilty of committing physical abuse. Hopefully, the individual no longer works in the helping fields...
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