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Posted on: 2:19:03 PM 11/27/2007

Minniyar gave excellent advice.... I second what she wrote.

A side note....I would wonder if you were truly even talking her vet..... if so, he sounds astoundingly unprofessional.... I would mention you recording conversations....if anyth...

Posted on: 2:13:54 PM 11/27/2007

Most females remain on time as thier current cycle... meaning if they cycle every 6 months, they will go into thier next cycle as if they hadn't had a litter... so basically figure 2 months after the pups are weaned on average....

As far a...

Posted on: 2:05:38 PM 11/27/2007

SUE: Well corn is put in dog food as an energy source, not protein.
Its also used for a fibre source...

And if an animal has a protein intolerence, fish oils will not help the problem.
The claim that corn is of no use to dogs,...

Posted on: 2:01:17 PM 11/26/2007

Well, if you are feeding a food with ANY grain products in it, I would be amlost willing to bet that is your culprit.... many dogs are highly allergic to any grains, be it corn, wheat, soy, rice, etc. Factor in the fact that you are changing foods fr...

Posted on: 1:48:49 PM 11/26/2007

I recommend Costco's Kirkland Brand Lamb and Rice... same formula as Nutro Natural, but more affordable (uner $15 for a 30 pound bag) Another quality food... Diamond Lamd and Rice or thier Chicken and Rice formulas... also rated very well and afforda...

Posted on: 1:42:51 PM 11/26/2007

Out of the oods you listed, the only halfway decent one was the Nutro Natural. Pedigree, Purina,Nutro Max.... some of the worst foods on the market... they all contain some kid if not multiple grain products, and are artificially preserved....these i...

Posted on: 1:31:25 PM 11/26/2007

Here are the links:


Also, I know

Posted on: 1:24:24 PM 11/26/2007

Scout... there is a difference between guarding and truly protecting. By protecting, I mean actually engaging an intruder, not just putting on a show. Many of the guardian breeds will naturally alarm to an intruder, and will bark and display... that ...

Posted on: 6:12:04 PM 11/25/2007

By "protection or guardian" do you mean a dog that will physically engage an intruder, or a dog who just looks intimidating and can alarm bark to scare a would be intruder away? IMO, no dog is a "natural" protector.... it must be trained, and it take...

Posted on: 4:44:17 PM 11/25/2007

Nice to see a fellow Perch owner here! After a lifetime of "regular" horse antics and a very bad accident, I'm just fine with a slower model horse. I had a friend who was a Belgian breeder who did a 16 horse hitch and that is where my love of the dra...

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