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Posted on: 5:21:12 PM 6/14/2004


Posted on: 5:16:31 PM 6/14/2004

No hintsies? ---Allie the Chihuahua http://www.dogster.com/?41063

Posted on: 2:41:24 PM 6/14/2004

I wonder.... LOL if it weighs 10 pounds, like it says! LOL ---Allie the Chihuahua http://www.dogster.com/?41063

Posted on: 2:40:18 PM 6/14/2004

It's purdy, I think!

Posted on: 2:38:13 PM 6/14/2004

*Grabs popcorn, drinks, & candy, sits down & starts munching*

Posted on: 12:29:25 AM 6/14/2004

Awww, it's okay... What kind of pup is Ace? I think if you leave him with a toy, he'll be fine! And if you can afford it, put your TV on "Energy save" & put the channel on QVC, or a channel where they're ALWAYS talking, and he'll think people are the...

Posted on: 12:06:13 AM 6/10/2004

Chihuahuas tend to get hypoglecemic, or have low blood sugar. After it has a "seizure" or gets lethargic, won't move, or won't eat, give it anything with sugar in it. And go see your vet & get it tested for epilepsy.

Posted on: 4:06:58 PM 6/9/2004

Invisible fences are BAD unless you want to keep your dog in one section of your already fenced in yard. IF you have a Chihuahua & you install an invisble fence, a Bullmastiff could get in & swallow your dog whole. But if you have a Bullmastiff, a Ch...

Posted on: 8:09:47 PM 6/8/2004

http://www.geocities.com/pawstherapypets/PawsTherapyPets.html Here is a link to the Oklahoma chapter of Therapy Dog Training. I got it from another board. I dunno if you live in OK, but I would call that number to see if you can get certification/...

Posted on: 8:06:31 PM 6/8/2004

Oh gosh! 8 months, that's good to start. Just taking him to see people with physical disabilities (For example, a person with cerebral palsy. They have numerous muscle spasms which come unexpectedly. Which is good for training him, to see how he reac...

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