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Posted on: 1:32:38 AM 8/28/2007

Hi Truepits,
Yours was a great post as well as many of the others. Linebreeding and inbreeding mean different things to different people, so I will try to better clarify what I meant by the inbreeding remark. Linebreeding is generally accepted ...

Posted on: 3:10:40 AM 8/27/2007

Ok, as you can see, I'm blonde LOL! I panicked because I was looking at the joined dates...now I see this is a current thread. I think I need to go to bed now. Yall please look over me. : )

Posted on: 3:07:21 AM 8/27/2007

Yikes! Didn't even notice the date on these posts. My apologies to everyone.

Posted on: 3:02:03 AM 8/27/2007

Sorry to hear about your pup. I agree with the others on the luxating patella. I knew a lady with a Bichon that has this. Your vet or specialist will grade the degree of severity if that is the diagnosis.

The grades are 1-4, with 1 bein...

Posted on: 5:10:43 PM 8/26/2007

I'm sure there are several factors as to why we are seeing more dog aggression these days, as opposed to days gone by. I'm certainly no expert, but I believe we are seeing an upsurge in attacks, number one due to inbreeding. Another thing is there ...

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