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RE: Cost of dental work on a small dog?

if that rash is whats known as a hot spot? just put malox on it and it,ll clear up. daughter has four labs know some tricks to stay away from a vet bill. Not sure what the rash is. She is in good hands now and will be well taken care of and loved. Doing research shows Yorkies are prone to dry skin. We shall work on it.
BobsYourUncle 12/05/19 08:54am RV Pet Stop
RE: Cost of dental work on a small dog?

I hope you are able to rescue this girlie. A pox on backyard breeders who breed these babies over and over again without regard to their health. Dale She is ours, gone from the breeder and spent her first night with my cousin. She is safe now, and we will get her soon. She has a written schedule from the vet for the skin treatment, which we will take over once we get her. She will get her bath and groom tomorrow. We are deciding on the style now. So many ways to groom a Yorkie. We prefer shorter as opposed to the hair hanging way down on the floor. I'll post a pic when I can
BobsYourUncle 12/05/19 08:52am RV Pet Stop
RE: Cost of dental work on a small dog?

Here is a pic of her. This is before being cleaned up and groomed. "border=0" For Full-Size Image.
BobsYourUncle 12/04/19 09:22pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Cost of dental work on a small dog?

Never thought I'd be part of the Pet Forum, but here I am! Thanks for the well wishes, I appreciate that. My cuz has been texting pics to me, she is really nice. We are looking forward to getting her home. Not sure what they fed her at the kennel. Could be lots of reasons for the rash and dry skin. I'm sure diet plays a big part of that. And care too. The vet visit today included some treatment for the skin. Surprisingly, she is a purebred and comes with papers. Doesn't matter to me but nice to have. Very glad we were able to save her from her date with a death needle. Makes me happy. I'll post a pic once we get her home, after the bath and groom. She looks a little ragged right now, but that's ok, we will get it looked after. Haven't posted pics here since my own website crashed and burned many years ago. That's where I hosted my pics. I'll check out my best option for that.
BobsYourUncle 12/04/19 07:51pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Cost of dental work on a small dog?

Thanks everyone for your input. Been back & forth over the phone with texts for the past 3 hours. Teeth need cleaning but look otherwise ok. That's a plus. Needs a good bath and a groom. Bit of a rash on one part of her body. My cousin who is doing this for me took her straight to the vet. Got some treatment for dry skin. Looks like a minor issue. It appears all is well from what we can see. Obviously cannot know if there are any underlying issues. Looks like we we have a new fur friend! It will be a few days before we can go pick her up.
BobsYourUncle 12/04/19 05:01pm RV Pet Stop
Cost of dental work on a small dog?

We are looking at rescuing an 8 pound Yorkie, sentenced to be put down. It's a kennel dog (AKA puppy mill female) and cannot have any more puppies at 6 years old due to complications of a problem litter she had. We desperately want to save this little girl from death, but have a concern about possible huge vet bills. Getting her spayed and having a thorough vet exam and shots is no problem, that's a given, but I'm wondering about her teeth. I have a family member (a professional dog groomer) going to see her this afternoon to give her a visual examination, including the teeth. Family member took a course on basic teeth care, cleaning, examination etc, but not dental work. It's about 200 miles one way, so can't really go there myself until we go get her to give her a new home. My question here is: Can anyone tell me the rough cost, in Canada, of dental work on a small dog? Broad question, I know, but things like having extractions done, pulling some or all her teeth. We really want to save this little girl, but cannot afford to spend thousands to do it. In about 2 1/2 hours I have to give a yes / no answer over the phone on whether we will take her or not. I am really out of touch with vet costs, so thought I would ask here. I know I could call a local vet here and ask, but I know there are a lot of dog owners here who perhaps may know. Thanks.
BobsYourUncle 12/04/19 11:11am RV Pet Stop
RE: Bringing dog from Mexico to Canada, driving.

I wonder what the the border guys would think.... My brother teaches the dog to drive, brother is asleep in the back. Dog pulls up to the gate with his F150 pulling a trailer. What is your destination? Woof, arf woof arf arf!! (Canada) Border guard: Papers please. Arf wooffffff... (they are on the dash) Thank you sir, drive safe and have a good day! :B:B
BobsYourUncle 12/04/19 10:53am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Bringing dog from Mexico to Canada, driving.

Gee, we might be onto something here! :B
BobsYourUncle 12/02/19 11:22pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Bringing dog from Mexico to Canada, driving.

Bringing dog from Mexico to Canada, driving. I personally wouldn't let the dog drive. Dog has really long legs. Easy to reach the pedals!
BobsYourUncle 12/02/19 03:00pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Bringing dog from Mexico to Canada, driving.

It is easy, and having your pet with you is important! LOL, yeah that might help! :B
BobsYourUncle 12/02/19 10:27am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Bringing dog from Mexico to Canada, driving.

Thanks for the help and info. Perhaps easier than I thought. I had visions of it being a major thing transporting an animal through 2 borders.
BobsYourUncle 12/02/19 08:36am RVing in Mexico and South America
Bringing dog from Mexico to Canada, driving.

Thought this forum would be most appropriate place to ask this: My brother moved to Cabo about 5 years ago, bought a house, lives there. A little over a year ago he rescued a little puppy that somebody tossed into a garbage bin, barely weaned. It's now full grown and his best companion. Unknown mixed breed, likely from a street dog, about 75 pounds now. Soon, he will be selling his home and moving back to Canada, driving up the Baja, through Tijuana to California and north into Canada. Obviously, he will have whatever documentation he can for the dog, make sure his shots are current etc. Does anyone know what process he will have to go through to import the dog? Will it have to be quarantined? If so, for how long, and where? Is there any specific papers he should seek out and have for the animal? What can be done to streamline the process? Thanks in advance.
BobsYourUncle 12/01/19 06:34pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Thomas Payne Furniture - AVOID IT

I do believe the OP is sincere in their desire to warns others of his poor furniture purchase. However drive by posters will always have credibility issues. If the first time I meet you all you want to do is make a complaint vs. fully participate you will not be well received. A better approach may have been: "I recently purchased Brand XYZ furniture.It did not hold up well and I now need to replace it with something else.This is my 2nd attempt to get it right can you suggest a quality manufacture of RV furniture? Brand XYZ did not last very long at all. I am still in need of decent furniture.".... If you just come off as a one time poster with a rant your post will be easily dismissed. Amen to that.
BobsYourUncle 12/01/19 06:15pm General RVing Issues
RE: Thomas Payne Furniture - AVOID IT

Yes, I did mean October 2016 (purchase date) error. No, nothing fishy about my first post. I wanted it to appear in a forum that would be read by a lot of RVers, because it is pitiful how Lippert can get away with selling high-priced junk to RVers who need furniture to fit their spaces. I stand corrected.
BobsYourUncle 11/30/19 08:11am General RVing Issues
RE: is this enough truck to replace my F150 ECO?

Limited to pull through sites! :B:B
BobsYourUncle 11/28/19 07:46am General RVing Issues
RE: is this enough truck to replace my F150 ECO?

Wow, just wow!!!! That'll pull the Empire State Building over! Can't believe all the blowers it has, awesome! :B:B
BobsYourUncle 11/27/19 08:16pm General RVing Issues
RE: Thomas Payne Furniture - AVOID IT

Soooo, you bought......snip it has everything to do with RV'ing as it is made specifically for RV's by Lippert.. And i was just ASSUMING he meant he purchased it in 2016... AND like MOST posters, they start off with a bang, then realize the info they can actually get from staying around To the OP.. our TP furniture held up great in our 2016... Well, alrighty! I shall stand corrected! :):) I failed to make the connection of Lippert to furniture to RVing. Thought he was talking residential stuff and I thought all that furniture wouldn't fit in an RV. I have seen a lot of one time posters show up to hammer a product, then you never hear from them again. Oh well, live and learn! Thanks. :)
BobsYourUncle 11/26/19 07:49pm General RVing Issues
RE: Thomas Payne Furniture - AVOID IT

Soooo, you bought some furniture last month, as stated in your post. In October 2019, we purchased 4 pieces of new Thomas Payne furniture as follows: But somehow it is 3 years old, failing and out of warranty, and you have a problem with it. And as a new member here, you have one post, to express dissatisfaction over something you just bought. And what does this have to do with RVing? Whole thing seems a little fishy..... :h:h:h
BobsYourUncle 11/26/19 11:15am General RVing Issues
RE: $600K Of Marijuana Seized in MH Near Joliet, IL

^^ Getting more hilarious by the minute. :B Driving behind Cheech and Chong in that van will do that to you!! :B
BobsYourUncle 11/24/19 03:37pm General RVing Issues
RE: Spammer

Scott, if you click on the forum title above, to the right of Open Roads Forum, it will open that forum and the mod of that forum is above the box of thread titles and to the right. Click on the mod name, or in the case of your link, admin, and you can send him a PM about the issue. As soon as he checks his PMs he will see your message.
BobsYourUncle 11/22/19 10:08pm Forum Posting Help and Support
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