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Posted on: 3:06:54 PM 1/22/2008

congrats, may you have meny more wonderful weekends

Posted on: 3:05:31 PM 1/22/2008

My bosses puppies sometime get something called, (I am so going to spell this wrong), coxsidea. Use phonics to try to pronoun. sorry english was not my best subject lol. If you take a fecal to the vet he could see if it is there. Hopefully someone...

Posted on: 3:00:19 PM 1/22/2008

mine do it to. My one mini aussie will jump in the shower with me if i am not careful. When I am done, I usually leave a little water in the tub and she plays with it. when she pulls the stopper up it is so funny. She looks at me like to say "wher...

Posted on: 2:40:46 PM 1/22/2008

That was great, thanks so much for sharing. I love pits, she is beautiful and soooo sweet.

Posted on: 10:48:40 PM 1/21/2008

My vet said 1month after cycle has ended was fine, but Definatly talk to yours. alot of vets have different opinions. comming in every 3 months would personally worry me, but hey thats just me

Posted on: 10:46:15 PM 1/21/2008

Use a leash. two of mine stay on a chain. You can get a long training leash, and that gives him plenty of room. You can also use a horse loung line(ask anyone in a horse store). They are usually 40ish feet. You can also go to a Tractor Supply if...

Posted on: 10:42:40 PM 1/21/2008

I wouldn't risk it. If you know the dog is aggressive, why fuel the fire. do the best you can to watch your dog, and hopefully a fight will not pull you to apart. If they do not watch there dog outside, she could be headed for a lawsuit at some po...

Posted on: 10:24:41 PM 1/21/2008

Hi, I have owned both. I see a hugh difference in the breeds. I now breed mini aussie, they are just like the bigger guys. My opinion is that unless you find someone who is working there shelties, you are not going to get one that knows how to her...

Posted on: 8:58:06 PM 1/20/2008

I don't see why you should have a problem with that mix if you train him right. You cant let him win over you, and you should seek several obediance classes. I love pits, so you will never hear me say something bad. I would love to have one, but m...

Posted on: 8:53:41 PM 1/20/2008

I have used the hs low cost several times, they are good vets. I help with rescue dogs. I don't see any reason why not to use a cheaper vet. You may want to ask about the follow ups, and pain meds. Things one vet includes, may be extra at another...

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