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Posted on: 2:09:10 PM 2/10/2008

I agree, Get another insurance carrier. When we bought our house the old home owner suggested we try her Co. We looked into it and went elsewhere when we found out their large dog policy. Trade in your insurance, not the pet. And just tell the neighb...

Posted on: 8:35:37 PM 2/6/2008

I tried to read it but couldn't find it at the site. My comment is about the GSD being tied... Like I said, didn't get to read it but if the German Shepherd ...

Posted on: 7:48:23 PM 2/6/2008

When they start finding these people and turning them over to the public to handle, maybe this will stop but the punishment, even if this person is caught will NOT match the crime.

Posted on: 7:44:36 PM 2/6/2008

It may have already been said and I missed it some how but I would also like to add that horse slaughter HAS NOT stopped, US auctioned horses are now simply being sent into Mexico and Canada. From my understanding the practice of horse slaughtering a...

Posted on: 4:15:40 PM 2/2/2008

He could even have pnemonia! I would have the vet check his lungs. Is this the new guy from the rescue?

Posted on: 4:07:23 PM 2/2/2008

I don't think you can get proper health cert. until age 2 on any breed. That gives you another year to research common health problems in the breed and to find a good local breeder to help you learn a LOT more. Gestation is the least of your knowled...

Posted on: 3:38:19 PM 2/2/2008

He is So cute! To me he looks like a border collie and auss. cattle dog mix. He is just so cute, I love the merle on his nose and feet! Congratulations on him.

Posted on: 8:03:58 PM 2/1/2008

I think the Pasos would be the brats brave enough to pick on the drafts for passing gas...

Posted on: 7:57:33 PM 2/1/2008

I have a Perch/cross gelding and he is wonderful! Everything is new to him and yet he is so willing and easy about it, not what I had become used too, lol, my past experiences were Pasos, abused QHs, and Arabians. Great horses, but they were firey!

Posted on: 7:49:55 PM 2/1/2008

I know this may sound strange but your feed can cause them to need to work it off too. Sweet mix for one can cause disasterous behaviors. At least one strand of electric fence at about 4 ft. would be a huge help too. I definately would stay away from...

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