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ShavinPaule

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  1. Thank you Andy. Internet is full of stuff on down syndrome but yes, a vet would answer precisely what I am looking for.
  2. Runyon Canyon Park is the damn favourite I don't go there usually.
  3. Please also include lilies, mushrooms and black walnuts ( in a decomposed form).
  4. 6 to 9 months is considered the best age for neutering. Even many people also go for neutering for their 8 weeks puppies. If we talk about benefits then your dog might be less likely to mount other dogs, and wouldn't roam away from the house in search of a mate.
  5. We can tell you a lot of stories on doggies 🙂 Thanking for sharing your story.
  6. Hi Guys! This is Shavin and it's my first post at this forum. Though I have seen many dogs in my life that were underweight after delivery or even till 9 months but later they recovered. However, one pup of my dog is not has a prolonged growth but also unable to participate in games actively. Sometimes, she doesn't understand where to go even passing from the TV lounge to kitchen. When I talked with one of my friend she referred me this article https://ourfitpets.com/behavior/can-dogs-have-down-syndrome/ and told me that she is possibly suffering because of down syndrome. When I spoke with online dog communities, many of them rejected this down syndrome possibility. When I searched over internet, then I found this article https://www.allthingsdogs.com/dog-down-syndrome/ that says that only 1 out of 700 dog babies could be a victim of down syndrome and chances are very rare. According to their represented symptoms, my pup has the vision and few digestive problems. Do you think should I go with genes test? Or I am overthinking on this issue?
  7. I would also love to give donations. I already an active member of many dog welfare organizations.
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