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Viewing all posts found for user Bordeaux4me
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Posted on: 4:14:41 PM 9/14/2007

This is what I found so far.

Border Terrier
Brussels Griffo...

Posted on: 12:03:15 PM 9/14/2007

I didn't realize you live in Canada, I think that Greyhounds and Whippets are pretty c...

Posted on: 8:29:56 PM 9/13/2007

Did you ever consider the Maltese, Shi Tzu, or even a Lhasa Apso??? Maybe you should ...

Posted on: 6:54:05 PM 9/13/2007

What I think you can do is take the breed selector quiz on I believe it www.purina.com or maybe you can go to a shelter or your local Humane Society and speak to the staff they will ask questions and determine what particular dog would be a great fit...

Posted on: 9:41:44 PM 9/1/2007

First of all the pink thing is your dogs p*nis, It will go back in after awhile.

Second, why are you allowing mating at all? Aren't there enough mixed breeds in the shelters now without you adding to the problem???!!!

And thir...

Posted on: 1:57:38 AM 8/11/2007

Just read this on another sight, it makes me wonder how people think they superior to animals.


Posted on: 3:05:42 PM 8/9/2007

Just reread the OP and I was wrong about one thing, it's the father of OP's current golden that was a rescue-my opinion is the same. All rescues should be spayed/neutered.

We should leave the breeding to people who actually want to better ...

Posted on: 2:56:14 PM 8/9/2007

Wait, I'm a little confused, the OP said that the father of the future pup is a rescue. With that being said why wasn't the male neutered? I was under the assumption that all rescue dogs were spayed/neutered to stop the problem of over-population.

Posted on: 6:58:56 AM 3/28/2007

How young is the kitten? How old are the rats? If the kitten is young enough, just slowly introduce them. Use a towel or something with the smell of the kitten and let the rats smell it, do the same with the kitten. If you do that over the course of ...

Posted on: 10:21:40 AM 3/27/2007

It always has that in case you want to add to your post or make a spelling error or maybe delete something you wrote.

It gives you the chance to reread before posting.

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