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Posted on: 7:38:38 AM 11/11/2005

After receiving all the bad advice from people who are pretty clueless about Rotties and ignoring the advice from people who do know the breed, do what you want. I hope, however that you will come back and tell us when the problems that have been ...

Posted on: 3:45:19 PM 11/10/2005

So, are your dogs tied in the backyard or are you they on a leash and you are out with them?

***Edited By: Houndz2000 on 11/10/2005 4:07:59 PM***
Reason: correct

Posted on: 3:43:29 PM 11/10/2005

Sorry to disagree but many people who imagine themselves to be "responsible" pet owners are not. The shelters and rescues are full of dogs (and cats) owned by "responsible" owners.

Posted on: 3:32:34 PM 11/10/2005

A dog in an unfenced yard is an accident waiting to happen unless you happen to live out in the middle of nowhere. Ask anyone who has had a dog hit by a car or truck. They all say, "but he never left the yard before" or "I always left him outside...

Posted on: 3:12:54 PM 11/10/2005

What is wrong with you people? You ask questions and then when someone who is an EXPERT in the breed about which you are inquiring answers you, you whine and moan because the answers aren't what you want to hear.

This isn't "rudeness"...

Posted on: 11:25:23 AM 11/10/2005

Why would you want to breed a boxer that was from unregistered parents about whom you know nothing? I would want to know why they were not registered. That being said...

Posted on: 11:17:50 AM 11/10/2005

Please, please, please...go to a reputable breeder. The worst places to buy dogs are on the internet (sight unseen) or in petstores. Take your time, contact responsible breeders, ask lots of questions. The internet and pet stores are ways for ...

Posted on: 10:55:15 AM 11/9/2005

You already have a dog. It lives outside. Bring it in and both your kids and the dog will be happier. Small dogs and small kids are a bad combination.

Posted on: 3:56:08 PM 11/8/2005

No, your SON will need to learn how to live with the dog. Your child needs boundaries that apparently he does not have. The dog is to be left along when it is eating, sleeping, or in it's "place". Your kid needs to learn this.


Posted on: 3:09:20 PM 11/8/2005

What advice did your mentor give you regarding this? That is the person you should be speaking to.

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