My dog won't put any weight on his right front paw, you can touch everything but the top pads...
Give your dog chicken stock -in a fortnight you should see the results
Look very closely for a thorn in the pad... and feel gently between the claws there maybe a thorn there....
Not sure what the chicken soup is for !!!! I always thought that was what Jewish mothers recommended for practically everything !
he may have a sticker or splinter in his paw if this contiunes i would take him to the vet when you get a chance just to make sure
by Holle Abee 10 years ago
I read last night that some on the far right are blaming the White House for Isaac. Yep, the Dems seeded the clouds to make the storm attack the GOP convention.
by kallini2010 9 years ago
What would you say when someone tells you "Have you gained weight?" in front of others?It was full of people and I would not say the comment was really welcome. Yes, I did gain weight, I have to admit, not that much... She did not mean to insult, but I would not consider it to...
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