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Posted on: 4:12:23 AM 10/15/2004

Hey there, One thing you need to think about is that your little male is likely to be possessive. I'm not up on Chichuahua (did I spell it right) behavior, but I remember reading that this is sometimes a problem. I think a Pug would be an exce...

Posted on: 3:02:39 AM 10/10/2004

I've been picking up dogs for years. Mostly they don't have tags and go to the Humane Society. Sometimes I find the owners, they're usually grateful. I've never had someone YELL at me for helping their dog. How odd. About three years ago, I wa...

Posted on: 2:12:33 AM 10/10/2004

Standard Poodle great temperment, long-lived, ultra trainable, smart, loving--the perfect dog

Posted on: 2:06:33 AM 10/10/2004

I have a Standard Poodle and a rescue that I THINK may be a white Miniature Schnauzer. Both are supposed to be "non-shedding." They do shed, but not as much as a Labrador Retriever, a Rough Collie or even my cat. However, even these breeds can...

Posted on: 1:56:58 AM 10/10/2004

Why do you have to CHOOSE? Everyone wants to know if you are a cat or dog person. Why you can't be both? Of course, if you want to get really technical, I'd have to say that I'm a human person who loves dogs, cats, birds, wolves, bears, moles, sna...

Posted on: 3:40:31 AM 9/19/2004

Darlings think about this: Where are these idiots getting the poodles in the first place? Any poodle breeder I know is horrified by this "doodle" business and won't sell to just anyone. I think that the poor poodles are probably coming from p...

Posted on: 8:39:01 AM 9/18/2004

Hey, cleaning poodle ears (or terrier ears, maltie ears, etc) is no fun but here's how I was trained to do it in grooming school: You will need (1) an ear chalk compound which is a very fine powder designed to make separating the hair from the ski...

Posted on: 1:03:31 AM 9/18/2004

Hey, I'm new to all of this, but THIS TOPIC IS IRRESTIBLE. I'll admit that I didn't read all 115 posts, but I read about 50 and looked at that atrocious "labradoodle" web site. Lord in Heaven, for $1,200 you could buy yourself a true show quality p...

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