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Posted on: 3:34:04 PM 7/22/2008

Heather feather, remember it a "dry Heat"

yeah right..perhaps you have found the perfect place to live. I wonder sometimes myself about this desert and its "dry heat" In winter it's very comfortable her...

Posted on: 4:00:44 PM 7/21/2008

Sorry Heather feather but here in Palm Springs, Ca,
(Riverside) it IS hot...but this IS summer in the desert...115 degrees not uncommon here

Posted on: 10:13:20 AM 7/18/2008

Boy you sure got everyone going on this one didn't you? Teens are great for"stirring the pot" that means saying stupid things that get adults irritated.remember two things please,

zpg- zero population growth and

Rescue sh...

Posted on: 9:21:33 AM 7/18/2008

yep..your very lucky you got your dog back at all!

Hope you have learned something from this experience...specificly that YOU are responsible for the dog and don't go blaming it on Grandma!

Posted on: 1:32:42 PM 7/9/2008

What a wise group. All of the above posts are correct....have patience, you don't know what he's been through, and THANK YOU for adopting him.

Posted on: 1:27:32 PM 7/9/2008

See Rusty...look similar? we think he's a Pit/Boxer mix. Greatest dog I ever met , fortunate to have him

Posted on: 1:19:19 PM 7/9/2008

Think of her as always still with you. Love never dies and she would want you to go on and find happiness in your own life.

Posted on: 1:15:39 PM 7/9/2008

I think it is as strenuous as gymnastics. Some of the aerial moves seem dangerous. They seem to really rely on partners to come through and catch them. It's certainly more of a sport than golf and there is artistic choreography of great precision req...

Posted on: 9:10:22 AM 7/1/2008

Never..never...ever hit the puppy with your hand..he will become afraid of you. Make a noise..
a sherp quick noise that gets his attention and shows your disapproval...remember..they really are trying to please you, they just don't know how yet...

Posted on: 3:01:11 PM 6/26/2008

Too large for a Am Staff-see my pictures, we think Rusty is a Pit Bull/Boxer mix

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