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    Interesting!! A can of sardines, like regular ones from the grocery store full fish looking?! I've NEVER seen a can of sardines in person.....lol
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    Coco is now an older lady. I originally uploaded photos from her at 5 months but now she is a little over 7 and a half!

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    Default Re: my English bulldog just got his whole tail amputated today

    Quote Originally Posted by midatlanticpower View Post
    Interesting!! A can of sardines, like regular ones from the grocery store full fish looking?! I've NEVER seen a can of sardines in person.....lol
    Yes make sure it’s in water n low sodium. Also check if it’s not from Asian waters. Full of mercury. Should be in the tuna section.

    I don’t give it once a week because my dogs eats a raw diet. I just use it as a snack once in a while. But if it’s kibbles do as the link suggest.

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    Default Re: my English bulldog just got his whole tail amputated today

    Quote Originally Posted by midatlanticpower View Post
    Interesting!! A can of sardines, like regular ones from the grocery store full fish looking?! I've NEVER seen a can of sardines in person.....lol
    Helene has you covered.

    As for the tail amputation I would ask why at this stage I would probably look to drop her wait maybe 5 to 8 pounds if possible if you could post a picture of her from above so we can see her waist line if you lessen her weight that may help with some of the issues as well as using the essential oilís


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    hi my sweet winston got his tail amputated today. does anyone have any tips to help him, of course the vet sent him home with lots of pain meds and antibiotics. But he still wants to spin on the carpet ( which I know he canít bc of the stitches ) but how can I help him with the discomfort?


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    If I can ask a sensitive question. How much was it to remove the tail. I am picking up a baby bulldog on Thursday, from the pictures it looks like it might need to be amputated, but I could get there and be wrong and it will be fine. But want to be prepared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberlie View Post
    If I can ask a sensitive question. How much was it to remove the tail. I am picking up a baby bulldog on Thursday, from the pictures it looks like it might need to be amputated, but I could get there and be wrong and it will be fine. But want to be prepared.
    I am very curious as to why you think your puppy may need a tail amputation? That is only usually done for a medical reason, e.g. continuing severe tail pocket infections or inverted screw tail. It is not done for cosmetic reasons. In my opinion only, I think it is way too early to be concerned about amputation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Chumly View Post
    I am very curious as to why you think your puppy may need a tail amputation? That is only usually done for a medical reason, e.g. continuing severe tail pocket infections or inverted screw tail. It is not done for cosmetic reasons. In my opinion only, I think it is way too early to be concerned about amputation.
    If you read my post I said I could be wrong. I have talked to the last and she said it was tight etc. just trying to be prepared so I don’t go into everything with no knowledge of it.. So I didn’t ask for your opinion. And once again why I never come on here anymore.

    I posted the other day I was going to get another bulldog and someone has some stupid comment to say about that as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kimberlie View Post
    If you read my post I said I could be wrong. I have talked to the last and she said it was tight etc. just trying to be prepared so I don’t go into everything with no knowledge of it.. So I didn’t ask for your opinion. And once again why I never come on here anymore.

    I posted the other day I was going to get another bulldog and someone has some stupid comment to say about that as well.
    I did not mean to offend and I apologize for that. As I said I was curious about why, in a young puppy. I will say however that a lot of people come on here for opinions, me included and often get them whether asked for or not. It is the nature of a forum.

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