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Posted on: 1:25:21 PM 10/30/2004

GinaH, thanks for the menu! Sasha eats her dry food with raw eggs - I didn't know the shells were good, too. I mentioned earlier about Sassy's teeth problems with the raw chicken - do you think my vet was wrong about that? My husband had always fe...

Posted on: 1:20:42 PM 10/30/2004

Our babies can be so funny! Sasha always does the "dead dog" thing when she's being lazy. It's hilarious, too. She's a little under a hundred pounds, my hubby tries to pick her up like a baby, and she goes limp! What a dope! lol... :)

Posted on: 1:13:18 PM 10/30/2004

I hope Major feels better! I bet he can't wait to get back to working!

Posted on: 12:35:58 PM 10/30/2004

lol scout! Sasha was adopted from a k-9 academy. She does not have high drive at all. knowing that forcing a dog to do bite work or drug-search can break the dog, they adopted her out as a pet. She is a complete lug, loves walks and loves being o...

Posted on: 10:53:53 AM 10/30/2004

She was asleep on the living room floor while my hubby and I were watching a movie. When it was time for bed, our little one - Sassy - automatically ran for the bedroom. (She knows that when the TV goes off, it's bedtime) Well, Sasha was being a l...

Posted on: 10:37:01 AM 10/30/2004

lol...I think I kind of made it seem like all dogs with high drive should do bite work. There are other jobs for dogs, but I was just commending justme's choice! My husband's rotties did bite work, so I'm kind of biased. :)

Posted on: 10:34:17 AM 10/30/2004

I think it's good that if dogs have high drive, they are working. Sometimes if dogs (especially working breed) do not have a job, they can get very bored and sometimes destructive. When they do bite work, they learn how to control that drive. Grea...

Posted on: 6:45:35 PM 10/29/2004

That was hilarious!! I'm still laughing! Thanks for the funny. :)

Posted on: 4:35:02 PM 10/29/2004

Sassy was on dry kibble first and I never brushed her teeth - never any problems with her breath either. She had pretty, sparkly whites. After having her on the raw chicken diet, I neglected her teeth ( I guess I was used to not having to brush the...

Posted on: 3:33:29 PM 10/29/2004

I definitely thought it was weird and when Rick wanted to put Sassy on the raw chicken diet, I went biserk! I thought she could get hurt from the bones or get sick or something. But, he told me that cooked bones splinter and raw bones don't, so it ...

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