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What kind of dog is snoopy

What kind of dog is snoopy

What kind of dog is snoopy the hound?

I have no clue what kind of dog snoopy is but the owner says he is an Australian shepherd/chihuahua mix.

Also, the vet says he is only about 3 months old and has the "puppy eyes". There are no other pets in the home with him (except the fish) and he gets along great with the cat.

When the dog was found in the house (I think he was just left there since the owner has been gone for the last 6 years), he had a small scratch on his right front leg (about 2 inches long). There was also a little bit of dried blood (not sure if this was caused by the dog). It looked like the blood had soaked into the skin of the dog's leg.

When we brought the dog home, he has been great and the scratches have healed. However, I worry a little about him being outdoors for so long and the fact that his leg looks a bit swollen. But, no one else has seemed to notice (including me).

Here are some other questions I have...

- I do not know how the dog was found in the house but he has been there the whole time and I haven't noticed any dirt on him.

- I do not know if he had access to food while he was outside.

- Does he need to get his ears cleaned or do they look ok?

- Can he be around the cat or do you think he will have an issue with the cat?

- If he does eat, does he eat canned or dry food?

- How big is the dog (weight) compared to his size?

Any other suggestions about him will be greatly appreciated.

I would recommend to be sure that the cat is ok with the dog. That's a very important question. If you have a small dog, some cats will just see that as an easy meal. Especially if you give him food and attention, they'll let you know they want food and have done no harm by sniffing him, that's totally normal.

Diana

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If he can eat dry food, then he's not malnourished. He'll have a better chance of being accepted as a house pet if his ears are clean and he does not smell like garbage. It may not matter if he's in an outdoor crate or not. Keep an eye on him so that if he does lick himself he can have the opportunity to get some of the dirt off his face. You will want to examine him and have him examined by a vet in order to ensure he does not have fleas or other skin issues.

He may have to eat dry food because the wet stuff is not a healthy food for him. It can actually make him sick.

Do you know anything about what his eating habits are before he was in an outdoor enclosure?

Do you know whether he is eating dry food now?

The size of his weight gain can be accounted for by his increased metabolism. It could also be that he's gained weight because he has gained the confidence to move around more, not just sitting in one place. He is probably happier too, having a change of scenery.

I think the best thing to do is to watch his diet (dry food) and exercise. If the dry food is going down, make sure he's drinking water frequently. That will increase his metabolism and allow him to get in shape for the coming winter. It will also ensure that his digestive tract is working at optimum levels. Do you know if he has access to a running water fountain in his enclosure? If so, that can help a lot. If not, then his dry food should be sufficient and he will eat more in order to hydrate himself.

Make sure he has some straw to burrow in when he has access to the outdoors. That will help keep him warm.

I think that an indoor enclosure should be his best bet. He won't be able to eat or drink outside if he's locked up, so it would be in his best interests to keep him indoors as much as possible until he can be moved outside in the spring.

Thanks, I have no idea how much his coat was growing when he was inside. They kept him pretty enclosed so I don't think there was much for him to peck on. When I went to clean out the area where he was, I kept finding hair all over the bottom of his enclosure. It seemed like a lot and I couldn't see anything there to dig up.

The only fleas I have found is on him and he usually chews them off. He is pretty healthy. I do give him fresh cut grass every couple of days to help him be able to be around fresh air. I do not know of any running water fountains in the room, unless they just let me know. I will look for one. I have no problem with my cat eating dry food to help with his metabolism and allow him to get in shape for the coming winter. It will also ensure that his digestive tract is working at optimum levels. Do you know if he has access to a running water fountain in his enclosure? If so, that can help a lot. If not, then his dry food should be sufficient and he will eat more in order to hydrate himself.

Make sure he has some straw to burrow in when he has access to the outdoors. That will help keep him warm.

I think that an indoor enclosure should be his best bet. He won't be able to eat or drink outside if he's locked up, so he'll get hungry and dehydrated.

Cats can handle dry food just fine, it will help keep them from getting too dehydrated from being outside. If he seems to have problems or has diarrhea, you might want to look into some wet foods. They're a little more expensive, but they're a good idea.

You can use canned pumpkin in his diet too, but I'd recommend the canned ones that don't contain extra sugar like the Nestle products. The canned pumpkin is a good calorie boost if he's not eating enough or something else is going on. The canned pumpkin will also give him a little extra fiber if he doesn't have access to it on a regular basis.

I'd start slow on the amount of dry food you're giving him. When he's comfortable being alone, I'd start slowly adding in the wet food.

The dry food is pretty cheap. I would try a good chicken and turkey product. I haven't


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