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Patti

U.S.
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To date, I've owned 7 dogs, all of which have lived into old age. Having cared for them in all stages of life, I feel I can offer sound advice to other pet owners, and people considering getting a dog. I am knowledgeable about the AKC (American Kennel Club) dog breeds, training and exercise, caring for sick and elderly pets, feeding, as well as many holistic treatments pets can benefit from. My only request is that you write me using standard English and punctuation.

Roger McLeskey

U.S.
Available
Can answer all nutritional information for all dogs. Common problems with food, supplements, weight control, allergies, fleas, etc. Questions regarding raw food, homemade food, skin & coat issues, ect. Can't and/or will not do medicinal type questions that the vet takes care of.

Nancy Perry

U.S.
Available
You can ask me anything on dog training, dog breeding, dog grooming. What type of dog you should get. Pertinent facts about different breeds. I am also specifically knowledgeable about terriers and the diets that help maintain coat excellence. I have trained and helped owners train their dogs.

Karen Brittan

U.S.
Available
I have been showing miniature schnauzers in conformation, obedience, and earthdog for forty years, and am a professional dog groomer. I am not a veterinarian and cannot answer questions of a veterinary nature. However, I can give my opinion or share some experiences on some health issues. Everyone should remember that this is a volunteer service, and few of us are up late into the night. Medical emergencies require a veterinary visit, or at least a telephone call... not an internet question which might not be viewed and answered until hours later. If your dog is sick or injured, it should be seen by a licensed professional for proper diagnosis and treatment.

Lynn Houston

U.S.
Available
****I HAVE NO MEDICAL TRAINING AND CANNOT ANSWER MEDICAL QUESTIONS****** I can answer most questions regarding service/assistance dogs. In this case, the definition of a service/assistance dog is a dog that has been specifically trained to mitigate a disability. I am well versed in the laws that govern them (ADA, ACAA, FHA and the Rehab Act). I have very little knowledge of "service dogs" trained for search and rescue or military/police dogs. NO MEDICAL QUESTIONS PLEASE, I HAVE NO VET/MEDICAL TRAINING.

Shelley Davis

Available
Cageless Country Boarding, Holistic Health Concerns, Behavorial Concerns.

Madeline Friedman

U.S.
On Vacation
returns 10/10/2016
I respond to public questions only. I'm not a veterinarian & do not respond to medical questions.Suggestions: Submit a question in one area of priority, as what I am able to address in this venue is limited. Provide as much detail re: the behavior & issue as you can. Tell me how & if behavior is a change from previous behavior & when the changes occurred. Let me know what you think may have triggered such changes & what you have tried so far to resolve it, & what the results were. Let me know what you want help with & what are your concerns & questions about the behavior. I have set up a payment/donation to myself for responding to questions. I donate most of it to animal shelters & rescues. I keep a small portion for my time. The minimum donation is $25.00 on PayPal. When I see that a donation has been made, I will respond to your question. You will be prompted to make the donation before submitting your question. When you have read & rated my response fairly, which must be at the time you read it, I will refund $5.00 back .....

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2016-09-22 resource guarding and agression between siblings:

Hi Jayme,    Thank you for writing to me about the aggression being displayed between two dogs in your home.    My first suggestion is to pick up the food bowl and stop the open feeding.  It is not recommended

2016-09-17 The best dog for children?:

Hi Micile,    Small, delicate, and potentially snappy dog breeds aren't usually recommended for small children (under the age of 10, or so) because they are a lot more delicate, and could get hurt if a

2016-09-13 scratching:

 Hi Marina,    I know you said you've treated your dog for fleas, and you may not ever see fleas. You should still check for "flea dirt", the tell-tale calling card that fleas leave behind, before you

2016-09-08 would u identify this breed (or mix) for me?:

Hi Gregory,    It's hard to tell from the picture you provided, you can't really judge the dog's size or shape of it's tail, or see it's coat very well in this picture. It could also be that the dog in

2016-09-02 Dog good for children:

I am not an expert in feeding raw food to dogs. I feed mine kibble, Diamond Naturals Chicken and Rice, and all my dogs, including two who are 13-years-old are doing excellently on it. The old ones are

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