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|02-16-2014 12:49 AM|
soryy your trip was cut short and i hope your dog feels better soon.
i've never fed puppy food to my dogs.
Originally Posted by SoCal Rebell View Post
|02-15-2014 09:23 PM|
Rebell handled the 4 hr. car ride great, the problem was leaving him with my dad in Las Vegas. Now the bad news, my dad who was sitting Rebell let him eat Dory's adult food mixed with wet, my puppy does not have the constitution for that and all he did was diarrhea everywhere. I get a call on my cell at the hotel at 5:45 am with him telling me about this and I have to take care of it. Checked out at 6:15 am at dad's at 6:30 Sil (my g/f) cleaned up all the mess but it was clear we wore out our welcome. On the road a 7am home at 11am hanging the rest of my weekend with an ill pup but it's cool. Do not frrd s pup adult food
|02-12-2014 08:31 PM|
|FirefighterGSD||Fun! Enjoy yourself! My guy is 2 days older than your guy and he very much enjoys riding in the car. I take him everywhere with me (i'm a realtor so i'm on the road quite a bit). I think he'll be fine for the ride. Just remember potty breaks.|
|02-12-2014 08:09 PM|
Las Vegas Bound
We are leaving tomorrow to spend the a long weekend in Las Vegas, leaving the 13 week old pup & Golden Retriever with Dad he is more then happy to babysit the "monster", we'll see how it goes, he's like a drill Sargent when it comes to GSDs he turned our first GSD 45 years ago into a 200 point Champion. I am also curious how he handles a 4 hour car ride. We will enjoy some time at the Palazzo, romantic dinner at Zeffirelli then front row center for "Rock of Ages"
Rockin' in Las Vegas! - YouTube
My Birthday present to myself and Valentines gift to my girlfriend, I'd see how dad handles this
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