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Viewing all posts found for user HeatherFeather
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Posted on: 12:28:07 AM 11/6/2005

If that's what they do in their own country, then who am I to say that its wrong? But, they need to keep it there. Its a socially unacceptable practice here. If someone wants to come here from another country, then they need to adapt to this cultur...

Posted on: 6:47:53 PM 11/5/2005

My parents have a Yorkshire Terrier, Benji. He is only about 5 or 6, or maybe 7, but he was attacked by a coyote pretty bad last year, which seems to have bo...

Posted on: 6:11:50 PM 11/5/2005

Merphy and I are working on this right now. If he's not pulling to mark his territory behind me, he's pulling to try to get ahead to the next place he wants to mark. It's frustrating. It took him so long and a lot of lost breath for him to get it. ...

Posted on: 5:58:30 PM 11/5/2005

He looks just like my Lhasa Apso, just with longer hair. He's white underneath, honey everywhere else with black tips, and the tail that curls over onto his back. L...

Posted on: 5:54:47 PM 11/5/2005

Old English Mastiff and Lhasa Apso.

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Posted on: 5:30:41 PM 11/5/2005

It doesn't sound as if Nickie is in pain at all. Yeah, he sleeps all day and then pees all night. Doesn't seem like a reason to end his life. It actually seems kind of cruel to me. Instead, your friend should slowly alter Nickie's schedule to the p...

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Posted on: 5:18:20 PM 11/5/2005

Does the dog have a health problem that causes him pain? Or is it just that he sleeps all day, and stays up all night? If its the second, it seems like she would be putting him to sleep so he would no longer inconvenience your friend. Dogs can live...

Posted on: 7:03:35 PM 11/4/2005

I know, at least with the Mastiff, they bond with and protect the wife first, children second and then the husband.

Posted on: 6:59:05 PM 11/4/2005

Nah, I don't base my opinions on internet junk articles or tv shows. They are too unreliable, censored and cut to say what the writer/producer wants to say and so on. My opinion is based on my own experience, my own research, and a bit of common se...

Posted on: 6:44:37 PM 11/4/2005

Well said Renorey. I had a 220 pound Old English Mastiff. She was 21 months old when I got her from a good friend of my dads. This lady, Charlotte, was a middle aged w...

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