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Posted on: 11:54:25 AM 12/13/2007

Well we are guilty we dress ours up all the time. especially the pups makes them easier to handle they are use to staying still:)
we take them trick or treating too:)

Posted on: 8:13:48 AM 12/13/2007

lol i though for sure you had been to my web site:) our dogs have been all dressed up for years:)

Posted on: 10:52:54 AM 12/12/2007

yes i have tried them all. they will only put you into false labor:(
Rest now and clean the house pre cook meals and freeze them . enjoy your last few weeks of sleep:)

Posted on: 9:20:09 AM 12/12/2007

we will pray for you also:)

ALL things are possible to them that belive.

Ps we could sure use the prayers too right now.

***Edited By: JKKsEuroDobermans on 12/12/2007 10:50:50 AM***

Posted on: 8:00:34 PM 11/25/2007

dobermans:) great with family, breed to be a protection dog specifically. Very loving with the family
need consistancy and loving owner. males are 26-28 inches at the shoulder, low shedding. i have asthma as well as one of my kids too so this ...

Posted on: 5:47:04 AM 11/25/2007

yes . I have a Percheron stallion. my first horse was a belgium gelding. they are the BEST !!! you just can not run them much. but far calmer.

Posted on: 5:25:49 PM 11/11/2007

I hear that all the time some rescues are RUDE and impossible.

sent you a PM

Posted on: 11:25:25 AM 11/11/2007

you have a pm

Posted on: 11:10:15 AM 11/11/2007

In many way Poddles are just like Dobermans. very protective great family dogs and smart smart smart:)
just dobermans require half the amount of grooming time for sure LOW mateniance

Posted on: 10:52:02 AM 11/11/2007

one never scream while she is doing this she thinks you are backing her up. 2 keep her on a leash,
3 introduce her to a calf in a controlled situation. do you use electic fencing? the way i introduced all my dogs on lead one at a time to my hors...

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