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  1. katdog5911
    02-08-2013 04:01 PM - permalink
    katdog5911
    Hi. How is your Stella doing?
  2. katdog5911
    01-21-2013 11:29 AM - permalink
    katdog5911
    How is your Stella doing?
  3. TaZoR
    04-30-2012 01:25 PM - permalink
    TaZoR
    hi,

    Tazor is about 75 lbs and getting super hard to handle at 6 months.. he gets so excited at times like jumping on people. He is super nice, but ugh. Trying to be patient and waiting for him to calm down. He also figured a way out of our fence so I have to leash walk too. Glad to hear Stella is doing so well.

    Jen
  4. kiya
    04-16-2012 09:17 AM - permalink
    kiya
    Thanks! Sometimes the only way to tell a Shiloh from a GSD is weight. They tend to be bigger. Apache, my male is 130 he just gained 10lbs so I am keeping an eye on him. Kiya my female is 115 and shes really all fluff not fat. I am enjoying my little white "munchkin" dog Lakota she is about 70lbs. Bathing her is a pleasure compared to the other 2 dogs.
    Good luck with your girl, she's beautiful.
  5. katdog5911
    04-12-2012 09:59 PM - permalink
    katdog5911
    Stella is my only GSD. I have a 9 yr old newfie/lab mix too. How about you? Any other dogs? After Stella finished the metonidazole her poop got loose again. So now she is on Panacur. I stopped her kibble again. Am giving her rice/pumpkin/chicken. I have added a probiotic too.
    Yesterday she seemed out of sorts but today she is back to her usual self.
    How is your Stella with other dogs?
  6. katdog5911
    04-10-2012 12:15 PM - permalink
    katdog5911
    What antibiotic is she on? Stella just finished her antibiotic...flagyl. So far so good, poop wise. I have taken Stella to obedience and just finished a beginner agility. Sometimes I feel the same as you do.... everyone seems to have wonder dogs! I feel like I spend a lot of time with Stella and I am soooooo tired!!! Right around 7 months she decided she did not remember how to sit or do anything. Well, she did ok in her class but in real life..forget it. I started from the basics...Pretty much saturated her with sit for a while, just finishing up down, and I think we really need to work on leave it. Does your Stella have any dog reactivity?
  7. katdog5911
    04-09-2012 02:14 PM - permalink
    katdog5911
    Hope your Stella is feeling better. Mine seems to be. Did you get her as a puppy? My son got ours at 8 weeks, then off to college he went, so we got her at 11 weeks. Life has not been the same since. She has sooooo much energy.
  8. katdog5911
    04-06-2012 03:06 PM - permalink
    katdog5911
    Hi....I have a Stella too....9 months now. She has had poop issues on and off. She was diagnosed with giardia a few weeks ago and was on the boiled chicken/rice/pumpkin diet. She is back to her kibble now and I am hoping her poop stays good!
  9. TaZoR
    01-30-2012 08:46 PM - permalink
    TaZoR
    Hi,

    Im new here and couldnt believe ur also from collegeville..thought that was pretty cool. Anyway, nice to meet ya.

    Jen

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  • About pinogirl
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    Melissa
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    Stella -DOB 9/2/11

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