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  • Suamico, WI
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Hot Spot

Started this discussion. Last reply by Bonnie and Kona Aug 20. 7 Replies

Farley has a hot spot that we cannot get to heal.  Any advice.Continue

Snow Boots

Started this discussion. Last reply by Leah Jan 23. 5 Replies

Winter is upon us once again and I am considering buying Farley some dog boots. Does anyone have boots for their Doodles? I'm not sure which ones will work best and am looking for recommendations.Continue

Fall asleep with stuffed animal in mouth.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Nancy, Ned, Clancy, and Charlie Apr 5, 2017. 4 Replies

Farley likes to fall asleep with a stuffed animal in his mouth. I read that this helps pacify them. Just wondering if anyone's else's dog does this. Here is a picture.

4 month old lifting leg to pee

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ginny Nightingale Oct 12, 2016. 8 Replies

Farley is 16wks old and has started to lift his leg to pee when on walks.  Our other dog did not do this until closer to year.  Just curious if anyone had a puppy lift his leg at such a young age. …Continue

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Bonnie and Kona replied to Sally's discussion Hot Spot
"Yes, take him back to the vet. You may need to find a way to prevent him from touching the hot spot. If you have caught him scratching it, he is probably irritating it much more often than you have seen. Hot spots can get really serious. I hope it…"
Aug 20
Nancy, Ned, Clancy, and Charlie replied to Sally's discussion Hot Spot
"I second that."
Aug 10
Karen, Jasper and Jackdoodle replied to Sally's discussion Hot Spot
"If you've been using the antibiotics and cream for a week and there is no improvement, I'd call the vet. "
Aug 8
Sally replied to Sally's discussion Hot Spot
"He has been on it for a week.  He cannot lick or bite it but is able to scratch it every now and then. It is on his back."
Aug 8
Karen, Jasper and Jackdoodle replied to Sally's discussion Hot Spot
"Please do not use coconut oil (or any other type of oil) on it!!!!  Oil keeps it moist, and that's the last thing a hot spot needs in order to heal. Despite the beliefs of people with no education in science or health issues, there is…"
Aug 8
Sally replied to Sally's discussion Hot Spot
"Yes he has been to the vet.  He is on an antibiotic.  I also have some cream for it.  Someone mentioned coconut oil so I also might try that."
Aug 8
Karen, Jasper and Jackdoodle replied to Sally's discussion Hot Spot
"What have you tried? Have you had the vet look at it? A hot spot is a moist dermatitis that will become infected if not properly treated. "
Aug 8
Sally posted a discussion

Hot Spot

Farley has a hot spot that we cannot get to heal.  Any advice.See More
Aug 8
Sally replied to Binny P's discussion Moving from day care to staying home alone?
"My husband and I both work full time.  Farley goes to daycare 1-2 days a week.  He was crate trained.  He was in his crate during the day for the first year.  I would go home every day at lunch to let him out.  Once he…"
Mar 7
Leah replied to Sally's discussion Snow Boots
"Muttluks all the way. They stay on and serve a great purpose to protect his paws."
Jan 23
DonMarie and Picco replied to Sally's discussion Snow Boots
"It seems Mukluks are popular but I've never tried them and would like to try them when I'm ready for new booties.  I have used UltraPaws Snow & Go Dog Boots and also Traction Dog Boots and have been  happy with both. They…"
Jan 11
Haley, Yeti, and Phin replied to Sally's discussion Snow Boots
"We also have muttluks! Love them but one thing I noticed is that they may Yetis paw fur. We have snow and mud boots. We use the “mud” boots for jogging because his paw pads are sensitive and bleed easily. I agree that the paws look huge…"
Jan 11
Anne & Mr. Haley replied to Sally's discussion Snow Boots
"Haley has All Weather Muttlucks.  He has been wearing them for about eight years.  He doesn't get snowballs between his paw pads (which are very uncomfortable for him).  Also, no snowballs to defrost off his feet when he comes in…"
Jan 11
Leslie J replied to Sally's discussion Snow Boots
"Coco has Mukluks, but she doesn’t need them unless we’re taking her somewhere where she’ll be standing around in the snow a lot. She doesn’t mind running in the snow barefoot. We also use the Mukluks when we’re walking…"
Jan 11
Sally posted a discussion

Snow Boots

Winter is upon us once again and I am considering buying Farley some dog boots. Does anyone have boots for their Doodles? I'm not sure which ones will work best and am looking for recommendations.See More
Jan 11
Sally replied to Elizabeth's discussion Trying to decide if a doodle is for us.
"I am sure a lot depends on the individual dog.  Some labs have more energy than others as some doodles have more energy as others.  I had a black lab before I got my doodle.  My lab definitely had more energy as a puppy than my…"
Nov 10, 2017

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At 12:53pm on August 29, 2016, Nancy, Ned, Clancy, and Charlie said…

At 12:53pm on August 29, 2016, Nancy, Ned, Clancy, and Charlie said…
Welcome! Doodlekisses is a great place to learn/share about doodles. There are many groups that you can join. For example, there are groups for grooming, nutrition, health/medical, types of doodles, puppy groups etc. Enjoy!
Welcome 2016
At 2:55pm on August 28, 2016, Lexi said…
We just got ours Wednesday. She's 8 weeks :)
At 12:45pm on August 26, 2016, Sam&Bella said…

Welcome! Farley is cute!

 
 
 

 

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