Dogs of C-Kennel by Mick & Mason Mastroianni for December 10, 2019

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    Farside99  over 2 years ago

    The smaller the dog, the bigger the needle appears to be.

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    NursinGenius  over 2 years ago

    But Iggy is the one most concerned about diseases

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    Enter.Name.Here  over 2 years ago

    Interesting solution. I have several Chihuahuas, and in one book about them somebody asks “Is my Chihuahua a dog or a gopher?” (due to it’s habit of burrowing under blankets at night). Mine do that too. Seems some if not all Chihuahuas live in underground burrows in the wild, so it’s instinct. Plus, they like the warmth I can add personally. These guys get cold easily in the northern states. I live near San Francisco, and even our mild winters are too much, and they should be kept indoors 24/7 in winter (except to relieve themselves).

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    Kirk Barnes Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Every time I take My Cindy (Lou Who) to the vet, I have to take her temperature before we leave. Dog normal is 102.5. By the time we get in to see the vet, she has herself in such a state that her temp is over 104. Brat.

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    WCraft Premium Member over 2 years ago

    Luckily, my Labs are too mellow to care…

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    Mediatech  over 2 years ago

    Iggy misses the point.

    (get it? the point of the… I’ll go now.)

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