ArtGypsy wrote:This 'foster' May Last Forever.
BigDogBuford wrote:Her skin looks like Kisses did. I'd try not feeding any beef, buffalo, bison, chicken or turkey. Also no grains and no yogurt and add a good acidophilus supplement. Poor girl. Keeping a t-shirt on Kisses keeps her from chewing/scratching at herself.
I don't suppose you know what's she's allergic to?
BigDogBuford wrote:Fish is good as is duck!
ArtGypsy wrote:How about -Fish?? TOTW has a fish one...(Christine mentioned Fausty is eating it)...
amazincc wrote:ArtGypsy wrote:This 'foster' May Last Forever.
My heart is about to explode w/happiness right now... a Christmas miracle for Domino!!! Awww..I didn't think about THAT....
My advice - follow your heart.
ArtGypsy wrote:BigDogBuford wrote:Now...........Should I 'introduce' Domino in little transitional increments ?
amazincc wrote:ArtGypsy wrote:BigDogBuford wrote:Now...........Should I 'introduce' Domino in little transitional increments ?
Yes... increase the amount of new kibble ((mixed w/her old food) over a week or so, and she should be fine.
No, I meant introduce HER, in increments LOL!!
But... I would definitely get her properly diagnosed before bringing her home. She could have anything from allergies to other skin conditions, and you don't want to spread some sort of mange-like thing to the rest of your household. It's really hard to tell from the pics what's wrong w'her skin... it *could* be something as simple as an allergy to her flea meds/food/etc., but there is a form of mange that is extremely contagious, though rare.
Better safe than sorry.
Find a TOTW Dealer........ is that made by the Innova people/??
mnp13 wrote:I personally like long separations, allowing them to get used to each other's smell and get used to the other dog just "being there." It was weeks before Ruby and Riggs met.
ArtGypsy wrote:No, I meant introduce HER, in increments LOL!!
amazincc wrote:ArtGypsy wrote:No, I meant introduce HER, in increments LOL!!
Yesssss... have the man-cub walk her while you walk Dar, in neutral territory at first.
And once the initial exitment/novelty wears off it'll be a piece of cake (and I agree w/the boredom statement).
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