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  2. How great is that????! I've often wondered what would happen if an AI dog interacted with a coyote/coyotes. I think I would still be afraid for Kaposia's safety, but you wonder.... Ever since she came into our family I've noticed such differences from any dog I've ever known....behaviors, instincts, even the way her coat smells...not like a dog at all (I compare the smell of Kaposia's coat to the smell of a good loaf of German rye bread!) She never smells "doggy" and her breath is still as sweet as the day we picked her up at the airport as a pup. There is also some kind of really strong, wond
  3. OK, no rosemary in her food or most of the treats, but the Cloud Star Tricky Trainers contain rosemary. They are very tiny and she doesn't usually get many of those, but it may be a matter of degree/volume of those she consumes. Just opened a new package of them a couple of days before the seizure. It sure would be great if eliminating that particular treat was the answer. We'll see. Thank you again!

  4. Oh wow! Thank you so much Greg! We'll be checking the ingredient lists on food and treats. One more thing to eliminate and see if it helps. Rosemary extract is showing up in so many food products. Not only is it for flavor, but I understand it also has natural preservative qualities. I myself am extremely allergic to rosemary.
  5. Hey folks, I want to pass along some information from another owner with a younger pup who was having seizure issues. After working with thier vet, they determined that the dog food (Royal Canin) they were feeding their pup contained rosemary extract. It appears as if the rosemary extract was the trigger to the seizures. This owner said that her pup has so far been seizure free since changing the puppy diet.
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  7. Well, Christmas Eve morning we were awakened by the sound of Kaposia having another seizure. That's now 3, widely spaced out in her 5 1/2 years. Always around 4:00 or 5:00 in the morning. Maybe related to something in the sleep cycle or circadian rhythm? Course of the seizure followed exactly miz molly's September 12 description of Tolinka's seizures. The first time this happened we went rushing in to the 24 hour emergency vet for extensive testing, x-rays, etc. and nothing abnormal was found. It is the scariest thing to watch. She always vomits a tiny amount and foams a bit. We thought we had
  8. Happy holidays everyone. This year sure is different with the COVID GRINCH coming in and stealing the family holiday whoopla. Stay safe, be mindful. I'm thankful for my fur friends that keep me on track.
  9. Some friends of mine that live in San Francisco, take their AIDog hiking most every weekend. Their journey takes them to the parks and reserves in Contra Costa County, like Mt. Diablo. Their dog has made friends with a pack of coyotes. They call back and forth and join each other for play. As soon as it is hunt time, the coyotes send their AIDog back. All of this on video. It is really awesome to watch the tactics and the play of both.
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  12. Very nice picture. Merry Christmas.
  13. New owners, Dwight and Jessie from Oregon, picked up their first AI pup.
  14. New owner, Margie, flew out from Mississippi to pick up her first AI pup.
  15. A very merry Christmas to you and all Y'all too
  16. Peace, Hope, Joy From Kaposia and her family to the AID forum family.
  17. Wow those are some stunning pups! Congratulations all.
  18. Eva and her husband, from Washington, came down to pick up their first AIDOG pup.
  19. Matthew, from Oregon, came down to SOng Dog Kennels to pick up his first AIDOG pup.
  20. Beau, from Minnesota, flew out to pick up his second AIDOG pup.
  21. Wendy and her family from Oregon, came down to pick up their second AIDOG pup.
  22. Sam, with his first AIDOG from Oregon, came down to pick up their second AIDOG pup.
  23. Gabrielle and her husband came up from southern California to pick up theri first AIDOG pup.
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