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Posted on: 11:36:36 PM 4/15/2009

such a sad ordeal you had to go through.. im sorry for the loss and all you had to go through.

Posted on: 11:29:18 PM 4/15/2009

i have a bullmastiff. she dosent eat dirt, but eats leaves and sticks. oh yeah she also chewed the remote for the tv, the antenna for my phone, and a few other thin...

Posted on: 3:03:39 PM 4/11/2009

the studies show that the chiuaiua or how ever you spell it, is the most aggressive dog in the us. the pit bull is number 8. the little dogs are more aggressive than a full grown dog.

Posted on: 2:34:18 PM 4/9/2009

having a dog live outside is just out right mean. dogs and cats get over heated and cold just like humans.

Posted on: 10:34:36 PM 4/8/2009


Posted on: 7:11:18 PM 4/7/2009

i am waiting because i am listining to the one post. about them not being fully developed until they are 12-18 months.

Posted on: 6:51:42 PM 4/7/2009

we are going to wait for the 12-18 months of age because the last post makes a bunch of sense. thanks for the post. really helped out alot.. thanks

Posted on: 6:45:32 PM 4/7/2009

yes i am a very responsible pet owner. i care for my pets just like they are my babies. My bullmastiff has her own queen size bed in her own room. I have talked it o...

Posted on: 3:02:15 PM 4/7/2009

Im debating on weather or not to get my 7 month old Bullmastiff fixed. I would love to find a male to breed her with, but then if i cant find one then i will have to...

Posted on: 7:53:58 PM 4/2/2009

try the diamond for puppys. there is no by products in it either. you can actually email them at diamonddogfood.com and use the contact us link and ask them to send you some free samples of their food.

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