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enid

Saturday 3rd of December 2022

I love your site, have you any experience with Chihuhua Sturvidte stones in bladder...our rescue Chihuahua mix ( mother was pure bred) is only 2 she is pad trained and has been urinating outside pads. We sadly found out she has Struvide Crystals and a bacteria infection..She is on prescription food no treats nothing no people food we are devastated.

Cathy

Saturday 3rd of December 2022

No, I have never had experience with that. What is her prognosis? Is it curable?

Kea

Sunday 20th of November 2022

Hi... Do you have any BLUE FEMALE LONG HAIRED CHIHUAHUAS?

Cathy

Monday 21st of November 2022

No, I'm not a breeder. I just write about chihuahuas.

mary

Saturday 19th of November 2022

I have been a subscriber of your website for a while now & the information you post helped & learned alot. But recently my best friend, my heart, my chihuahua passed away & wanted to maybe put it on your post in the specific section, but dont know where to go. And I want to let other know what to look for if there dog showed these symptoms that my fur family had right before passing.

Cathy

Saturday 19th of November 2022

You can email it to me at cathy@ilovemychi.com and I'm so sorry for your loss.

Tom Winters

Saturday 15th of October 2022

Hi , I wanted to reach out quick and ask if you'd have any interest in selling ilovemychi.com?

Let me know what you think.

Best, Tom Winters thomaswinters222@gmail.com

Cathy

Tuesday 18th of October 2022

No Tom, I doubt you would want to pay what I'd be willing to sell it for.

Jean Lee

Sunday 18th of September 2022

Have a chihuahua that is 12 yrs. old. Have taken him to so many vets and yet the problem has never been solved. Tried strict diets, medicines etc. and nothing in fact the problem is worse. He has a smell problem which is really strong and he constantly tries to rub his body against surfaces to get relief I am presuming from a skin itch, his ears often twitch and he licks himself constantly. He obviously has some sort of skin problem, itch and almost like an alcoholic his pores secrete this constant smell that is unpleasant and his skin is also oily so whenever he rubs against surfaces he lives oil stains. Tried so many vets, so many diets, does anyone out there know of this problem and found a solution???

Cathy

Sunday 18th of September 2022

Have you been to a vet that specializes in allergies because it sounds like he has a major allergy? They would probably put him on an elimination diet first to see if they can figure out what the allergen is. Other possible allergens are the lawn and anything you put on it like fertilizers. Sometimes the grass itself can cause it. Or carpeting or cleaning supplies or laundry detergent.