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    • sanford
      When Ruffy was a youngster, he had the jaw-dropping ability to routinely scale 5 feet up the trunk of a tree after a squirrel. It would stop passers-by in their tracks, but I was always too slow to get a picture. Years ago, on our first (and last) visit to the local small dog run, he instantly sailed over the 3-foot fence and took off after a squirrel. I immediately followed...trying, without a chance to overtake him, but luckily a good samaritan caught Ruffy at the far end of the park. From that day forward, we've used the large dog run instead, secure behind a 7-foot high fence! Now that Ruffy has entered his calmer, slower teen years, I admit to missing those early days -- but with mixed emotions!
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      Hard to believe he is four already! Love him to the moon and back. Like all things, time seems to go past to fast...it seems like yesterday this little Tasmanian devil came into our lives, driving our Scottie Rosie crazy. You certainly kept us on our toes Sam🐾🐾💕
    • pkcrossley
      do not be guilted by your vet. you have done a lot of intervention, obviously necessary, and it may even be too early to tell the effects. if Dixie is doing fine, you can wait till (or if) she shows some kind of signs of illness and then decide what to do. test results, with no symptoms, are very difficult to decide what to do. it isn't just your wallet that is a concern; keeping a lot of medical stuff going on in your dog's life can be a serious source of stress and worry for the dog. if she shows symptoms, your path will probably look clearer to you. 
    • CamilleatGaelforce
      Linda, I am glad your puppy is going to the vet, sub-clinical UTI's are not at all uncommon.  I doubt the Fromm is the cause of any of your puppy's symptoms, it's a brand with a good reputation.  If there is no infection, which of course is the better outcome of a vet visit, then there are many things you can do to get your puppy over the housetraining bump in her life's road. I hope your ankle doesn't limit your mobility too much longer, I am sure you'd rather be out in the spring sunshine playing with your pup!
    • lindasue
      She is a actually going to the vet next week; good idea. Presently she is eating Fromm dry food, which is what the breeder uses. Our vet has given thumbs up to it.  
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