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Preethi kumar

BANGALORE FOSTER/ADOPTION APPEAL Vicky , 3 months old He's charming , active and super friendly . Vaccinated and dewormed , follows basic commands. He’s ready to be taken to her forever home 🏠 Location - Manjunathanagar

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I just came across the information that stairs are bad for puppies! The internet says that large breeds develop hip issues if they are introduced to stairs before twelve weeks. But father has been encouraging my puppy to climb up and down the stairs in our house from as early as 6 weeks!! There are days when my puppy takes three flights of stairs thrice! I’m really worried, is there anything I can do at this point to avoid such problems in future?

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I just came across the information that stairs are bad for puppies! The internet says that large breeds develop hip issues if they are introduced to stairs before twelve weeks. But father has been encouraging my puppy to climb up and down the stairs in our house from as early as 6 weeks!! There are days when my puppy takes three flights of stairs thrice! I’m really worried, is there anything I can do at this point to avoid such problems in future?
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I know that golden retrievers are bred in India with a tolerance for heat, unlike the original which stays only in cold climates. However, can I assume that my golden retriever puppy has a higher cold tolerance? I see that he loves to sleep in the floor but sometimes I also see him sleeping like this, trying to be all tucked in. Should I get him a bed? Could he be feeling cold? The reason I haven’t bought one for him is because he chews on everything, including metal. If I gave him something with a mattress, I’m positive he might end up pulling out the cotton etc in a couple of days. I know there are some anti-chew beds on the market, but my question here is that whether I should look for something that keeps him warm or cool…

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I know that golden retrievers are bred in India with a tolerance for heat, unlike the original which stays only in cold climates. However, can I assume that my golden retriever puppy has a higher cold tolerance? I see that he loves to sleep in the floor but sometimes I also see him sleeping like this, trying to be all tucked in. Should I get him a bed? Could he be feeling cold? The reason I haven’t bought one for him is because he chews on everything, including metal. If I gave him something with a mattress, I’m positive he might end up pulling out the cotton etc in a couple of days. I know there are some anti-chew beds on the market, but my question here is that whether I should look for something that keeps him warm or cool…
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Hi my golden retriever 1 year 5 months passed loose motion 2 times....is it something that I shud be worried about...yesterday gave boiled rice,chicken n veggies.today morning after walk she did loose motion .seeing that gave her curd rice by 9 am .should I give her only curd rice today .let me kn ow about the diet

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Is it possible to get a fitness certificate for my dog to travel in train from the online consultation?

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