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Posted on: 11:19:09 AM 9/1/2005


Posted on: 7:44:53 PM 8/31/2005

I am too young (10th grade) but we spent a lot of time on genetics.

Posted on: 6:47:46 PM 8/31/2005

I can finally walk Nala without a long leash. She has a small little leash that is like a loop and I went outside with her on it and I let her walk without me holding it. She stayed by me the whole time and didn't even try to run away. But I will n...

Posted on: 6:40:28 PM 8/31/2005

As I said twice. Dogs are usually not affected by the flight. My cousins dog flew for 8 hours and is just fine. Putting dogs on airplanes is not mean.

Posted on: 5:28:32 PM 8/31/2005

Wow they raised a lot of money very quickly. I will inform some people I know about the site and see what they can do.

Posted on: 3:57:00 PM 8/31/2005

Ok, my cousin wanted to study in NJ. But she had a choice- put Hector (her gsd) to sleep or take him with her. She would never harm Hector so she took him with her. She is from Poland (in Europe), the flight from Poland to America is 8 hours. Hecto...

Posted on: 3:48:52 PM 8/31/2005

I do not get freaked by what is posted about greenies. I give them to Nala once every two weeks. I never leave her alone with a greenie, she is always supervised when she has one.I always buy the Jumbo ones for her. She has never had a problem with...

Posted on: 3:32:36 PM 8/31/2005

All of that school related thinking is making my head hurt. I thought it was incomplete dominance, I remember our teacher telling us it is more common in cats then dogs.

Posted on: 3:28:41 PM 8/31/2005

Kind of off topic but I know there is:

Incomplete dominance-one allele is not completely dominant over another.

Codominance-both alleles contribute to the phenotype.

***Edited By: Hecto...

Posted on: 3:15:38 PM 8/31/2005

joce, you just brought back the terrible memories of last years 9th grade Biology class. Punette squares are easy.

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