Archive for January, 2007

Becky’s birthday was the 18th of January and her present from me was a puppy. We’re moving into a new townhome at the end of the month and I thought, puppy training Austin would be better for us. We used the very helpful Pet Finder website to locate a dog that fit our requirements – namely that it be under 25 pounds, as specified by our new townhome lease. Now, don’t tell our new dog this, but our first choice was a cute Beagle puppy. As a dog owner i want a emotional support pet certification. For new puppy owners I recommend getting outside dog beds with canopy which are a really good option. Give your puppy a checkup every month and go to your local vet like veterinarians westport ct. However, due to restrictions of the The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City we were not allowed to adopt that puppy. We were searching on for hours. I’d like to note that requiring a fence for every dog that gets adopted is rediculous and simply impractical. This restriction unnecessarily rejects numerous potential adopters – namely us. I don’t know if these animals are living in a puppy-Hilton or what, but I would think that the pupose of the Humane Society is to get pets adopted into good homes, we just want to take our dogs home, feed them and give them a bath with, maybe play with them also. Although Becky also like cats, so we probably getting one too, but we need to make sure we have the best types of enclosures when we get it, I even find this site  to get the food from. But anyways, I’m ranting.

As is the case for us, our four-legged friends may require anesthesia as part of a surgery or procedure. Puppies receive anesthesia when they are spayed or neutered, and most pets receive veterinary anesthesia systems at least once more during their lifetimes.

General anesthesia is achieved by administering drugs that suppress your dog’s nerve response. During general anesthesia, your dog is in an unconscious state, so she is unable to move and doesn’t feel any pain. Anesthesia can also be administered locally, to numb a specific area or part of the body—such as a tooth, area of the skin, or the spinal column.

Weiner Dog Vs. Hot Dog

Becky and I are now the proud parents of a 9 month old giant Dachshund. I say giant, because if you measure from the tip of the tail to the tip of her nose, this dog is 3 1/2 feet long. Maybe it’s a mix between Dachshund and Greyhound. Also check out the best dog food for pitbulls here. Regardless, this dog is the longest Dachshund I’ve ever seen. But we love her anyways, we started to read the best escape proof dog crate reviews because we obviously don’t want her running away from home. I don’t think it would have been appropriate for us to name her anything other than something alchohol related. Subsequently, our new edition is appropriately named Kahlua. :-)Kahlua, The Dog