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Posted on: 2:38:11 PM 1/23/2008
Mine wear a dress everytime we leave the house, all year long.
They are harness dresses, and much easier to put on than a regular harness. This was great for my older gal, who had arthritis. I must say, mine love their little d...
Posted on: 9:52:08 PM 1/5/2008
"Quote: No dogs are "free". We got a "free" dog 3 weeks ago. So far, I have spent over $300 for vet bills to have him nuetered and microchipped, supplies, etc. I don't regret a penny of it, but a responsible dog owner, whether it is free or not shou...
Posted on: 11:33:45 AM 1/4/2008
We currently have puppies in rescue. They are good sized, with a good health check. They will be spayed/neutered at 4-months. I know shelters will alter at a much younger age. They need to be fixed before adopti...
Posted on: 6:04:28 PM 1/3/2008
I wish the pups, and Abbie, health and happiness for many years to come.
Posted on: 3:10:06 PM 1/3/2008
Oh yes, I think that would be great if the pups were altered before rehomed. It will not only insure no more unwanted pups, but much better for their health. This would also be in Abbie's best interest, as well.
Posted on: 11:51:54 AM 1/2/2008
Perhaps you could spay/neuter the pups, before they are rehomed, and charge the new owners for that cost.
Or ask for a $100 donation to a Pug Rescue. J...
Posted on: 4:56:50 PM 12/29/2007
Okay, let's get back to your "original" question. Yep, let's get back on topic.
Here is your "original" post: ~QUOTE~Hello, I am new to this site ,and I am a animal and dog lover like most everyone here. I have an adorabl...
Posted on: 3:46:11 PM 12/29/2007
One more thing, I would like to add. You've stated, numerous times, you are NOT a breeder. Yet state you have attempted to breed your
pug for the last two years.
Posted on: 2:48:21 PM 12/29/2007
Dusty was making a joke. To call a mixed breed a Pugrat, sounds like a
Pug and, literally, a rat. I thought it was funny. I pictured a sewer rat with a
Posted on: 6:12:11 PM 12/28/2007
I found this on the vetinfo4dogs website:
It would be best to have your vet remove the lump, spay your chihauhua and clean the teeth. It would be a good time to remove any teeth that need removal as well. This would make the most efficient...