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Pet / animals - 05-16-2018, 08:49 AM

Just curious anyone into animals - I have 10 yo cat thatís my BFF . Anyone with pets brush their pets teeth? Lol Iím studying and as they get older tooth decay big deal so now I fight her to brush teeth . Wondering anyone have issue with dog cat etc .
I volunteer at the area zoo and cat rescue so itís been shown to be important who knew not me ? Lol
   
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Ive got a bengal cat and 3 great danes...the car acts more like a dog, my danes are big ooe babies their scared to death of my wifes shitzu lol.


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The dane in my avatar was named boss we lost him last year to congestive heart failure....he was my best friend for 8 years....240 pounds he was big even for a great dane


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I love Danes. By far my favorite breed of dog, and one of the few that are tall enough that I can pet them without having to lean down and stress my back. Probably my favorite thing about them is that they’re so sensitive. For being such large and intimidating dogs they all tend toward being huge babies! Such great animals.


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Had to put our AmericanBulldog/Mastiff down almost exactly 1 month ago had rolling seizures for an hour, But we rescued a pit this week. Cool dog loves people. Chases the rabbits in our backyard all day long.

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Not so long ago lost my dog he was an American bulldog Mastiff mix.
He was my best friend and it hurt like a mother. Cried like a baby

Just a week ago picked up a
Bull mastiff / doggo argentino mix.


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Yeah they are far more then pets
   
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Not so long ago lost my dog he was an American bulldog Mastiff mix.
He was my best friend and it hurt like a mother. Cried like a baby

Just a week ago picked up a
Bull mastiff / doggo argentino mix.
Doood ours was awsome what a character , he would talk to us all the time. Brought us toys everytime one of us walked in the door. Luv Mastiff breeds. And yes I cried like a baby myself.

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I have 3 cats and brush there teeth occasionally. You'd think I was trying to kill them from the way they act. Gotta watch cats teeth. They sometime develop a resorbtive bone disorder and their teeth fall out. Found one of my cat's canine sitting on the floor. we thought he was acting out of character. Turns out he was in a lot of pain while the tooth was decaying.
   
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We have a 140lb GSD, an 85lb Dobe, and a Merle Great Dane that’s just a pup and already over 100lbs. Also got two cats. When one of the cats dies we’re planning getting a snow lynx. It’s like a damn zoo in this house lol
   
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We have a 140lb GSD, an 85lb Dobe, and a Merle Great Dane thatís just a pup and already over 100lbs. Also got two cats. When one of the cats dies weíre planning getting a snow lynx. Itís like a damn zoo in this house lol
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I've had 2 dogs and a few cats over the years. All unique personalities and I have loved them to death. Gods little angels.
   
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Not so long ago lost my dog he was an American bulldog Mastiff mix.
He was my best friend and it hurt like a mother. Cried like a baby
Dreading that day for one/both of my pups...Shit fucking time man!

I have two Alaskan Klee Kai (mini huskies)...Black/white male and red/white female (essentially my kids!)...And one bitchy cat that only likes me and my wife


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Your not the only one I cried for days after losing one of my
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I spent over $12,000 on surgery and vet bills at the best vet hospital in the country and she died 3 days later
I donít regret the $12k I regret the pain I put her through trying to save her
I hope the Rainbow ridge is true !
Canít get a puppy yet cause her sister is almost 13 yo and canít put her through the craziesnt of a puppy


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German Shepherd, sorry.
   
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Here's my boys. They're clowns

We try to brush their teeth but it's a hassle. There is actually an additive you can put in their water that is supposed to help. I did this cause their breath is awful and it helps with that. Dunno about their teeth though.

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I have 3 cats and brush there teeth occasionally. You'd think I was trying to kill them from the way they act. Gotta watch cats teeth. They sometime develop a resorbtive bone disorder and their teeth fall out. Found one of my cat's canine sitting on the floor. we thought he was acting out of character. Turns out he was in a lot of pain while the tooth was decaying.


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Here's my boys. They're clowns

We try to brush their teeth but it's a hassle. There is actually an additive you can put in their water that is supposed to help. I did this cause their breath is awful and it helps with that. Dunno about their teeth though.


The first pic looks like he is smiling at u lol.

Does the additive for the water actually work on the breath? My dogs can peel paint at times.

Iíve got a female pointer and a fat ninja panda for a pug. This little fat fucker can jump to our 3-4 foot kitchen counter island chair then jump on to the counter.

Seems like once a week my son or Wife leave some thing out on the island and when I come home and make my way up the stairs if our split level Iíd hear him smacking his lips.

Itís at that moment I know what happened and why Iím hearing that sound. Then I see the disaster!

I tell him to get down and Iím a 10th of a second he is down and out side.

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The first pic looks like he is smiling at u lol.

Does the additive for the water actually work on the breath? My dogs can peel paint at times.

Iíve got a female pointer and a fat ninja panda for a pug. This little fat fucker can jump to our 3-4 foot kitchen counter island chair then jump on to the counter.

Seems like once a week my son or Wife leave some thing out on the island and when I come home and make my way up the stairs if our split level Iíd hear him smacking his lips.

Itís at that moment I know what happened and why Iím hearing that sound. Then I see the disaster!

I tell him to get down and Iím a 10th of a second he is down and out side.

Little shit!


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