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DarmokElizabethontheocean last won the day on January 29 2020

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    Creating new laws for the qualifications and accountability of service dog trainers in WA.

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  1. For those of you that have an abnormally large male (tall) what's your pup's normal calories intake per day? I'm specifically interested in knowing information from the male veteran that has Darmok's brother from the same litter. Darmok weighed in today at 61.5 pounds! We hike at least 50 miles a month and do a lot of other activities. He went from 55 pound in January to 61.5 today. The vet had me reduce is calories about 30 days ago even farther than I had now that he's an adult. She wants me to reduce more but I'm resisted to reduce further but she says that this breed might just normal
  2. Jay silver heels is (was, he passed away last year I think) also my pup's father. My pup and his litter mate both have overbites and were larger pups. Mine has never shown any health issues other than the overbite. He was born Dec 2016.
  3. Thanks. I just made a comment letting embark know that that breeder doesn't appear to have been approved by Kim and that those dogs barely look like the actual breed and to contact Kim.
  4. Could you tell me if this known by the group? https://www.indiandogfoundation.nl/ I was communicating with embark about DNA testing and they stated they have a close relationship with this Indian dog site in Europe. The page has Kim's name in it as well as the embark logo. I just hadn't heard of this so wanted to check here.
  5. Darmok is currently resting next to me on the couch. It's so strange to see him so out of it. The vet will send me photos of Darmok's teeth in a couple of days and i'll post those here. In general, his right bottom cainine is rubbing on the inside of the top one and has made a dent in the roof of his mouth. Food gets trapped in there and more than likely causes discomfort to Darmok from time to time. She recommends that at some point, Darmok sees a dog Dentist. Darmok has one tooth that has three roots instead of two which makes it an odd shape but nothing to be concerned about at the
  6. The vet said that she's also looking forward to getting a better look at the top of his mouth. She also said that most dogs would've had at least 2 cleaning by now but that I've done a great job with his teeth. I'm opting to also get dental xrays done while he's out for a baseline of the overbite and canines. Just getting 4 views instead of a fullmouth 10 views. I'll be taking him in in the morning and hopefully home a few hours later. Vet said probably 2 years between cleaning will be fine based on how well I'm doing with his teeth. Darmok is still at a very lean muscular 50 pounds.
  7. Darmok is going to have his first teeth cleaning tomorrow morning. His vet, who has been with us since he was 6 months old, says it's time. She will also be evaluating his overbite and the impact to the top of his mouth. One tooth has made a "dent" and she will be able to determine if it's anything to worry about. I'll be taking Darmok in today for his semi annual med check, including heart worm test, and pre-cleaning exam. Because he is a service dog the clinic does things a little differently for me which I really appreciate. They do the blood work the night before, the vet w
  8. My travel plans changed with the weather and being offered two extra days here at ocean shores. Is anyone in this immediate area? I'll be here til Sunday.
  9. Jay Silverheels died? What happened? He is my pup's father.
  10. Darmok and I are hitting the road again. Last year's epic 7500 mile 30 day roadtrip was simply amazing but this year I'm taking several shorter trips. My current plan is to start in Ocean Shores and make my way down the Washington and Oregon coast. I'd like to stop and have play dates with other AIs along the way. I'd also really love to stop by and visit Kim and his pack as well. I'll be leaving Ocean Shores on Sept 20th and over-nighting in Seaside. I'll then be camping down the coast with no particular schedule. Please let me know if you'd like to have a play date (esp
  11. Yes, my pup Darmok, had retained testicles. One finally dropped when he was 6 or 9 months old (I don't remember but I posted about it). I waited til he was a year old to get him neutered hoping that the second one would drop but it never did. During the neutering surgery, the vet found the second testicle. It was very undeveloped and the hmmm tube? was very short so it was never going to drop. The surgery cost less than $100 more than what my banfield payment covered.
  12. The most important thing is to keep her away from those stiches! Someone here posted about their female that tore her stiches out and later died. IT was one of the worst things I've ever read about. You can search on spay in the forum and their posts should come up. Really, gave me night mares, I wouldn't let Darmok out of my sight for much longer than was necessary I'm sure.
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