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Viewing all posts found for user KatzPomDogz
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Posted on: 3:11:05 PM 9/30/2004

How about people who name their kids after movie stars or singers. My cousins last name is Eller and they just had a baby, well, I guess it was about a year ago but they named her Alicia Keys Eller. I mean, come on.

Posted on: 2:48:19 PM 9/30/2004

At our shelter, we will fix kittens over two pounds and Puppies as young as 8 weeks. My personal vet doesn't like to do it before 6 months unless they have to go under anesthesia for another reason, then he will do it sooner so they don't have to ane...

Posted on: 2:28:34 PM 9/30/2004

The neighbors yelling at MY dogs in the middle of the day if they bark once when their dog barks all the time. People who drive 35 mph in a 60 zone Seeing people who have too many dogs in a tiny cramped yard Seeing people who leave there dog...

Posted on: 1:08:20 PM 9/30/2004

I would suggest just taking her to the vets and see if they will palpate her and if nothing else, maybe an ultrasound or X-ray and you will know for sure.

Posted on: 2:32:33 AM 9/30/2004

True Pits, I have carefully planned every litter I have had, I have people waiting for pups and they know it could very well be a few years or more before they get a pup from me. My dogs are not over bred, They are bred once a year IF I feel they...

Posted on: 12:31:57 PM 9/29/2004

I don't have any pictures yet but I will put my poms up on Dogster tomorrow. They are going to the groomers today. (YAHH!!!) Like I said I know it was a stupid question but it was something I had never asked or heard the answer to from anyone e...

Posted on: 12:23:51 PM 9/29/2004

I have been breeding for four years. I was sure that she couldn't get pregnant but I wasn't 100 percent positive because I never had a male want my females when they weren't in heat. I am sorry I asked such a stupid question. Sorry.

Posted on: 10:42:03 AM 9/29/2004

Alright then, for stupid question number two, other then keeping them separated, is there anyway to get my male to leave her alone or should I just let her take care of him. lol

Posted on: 1:38:23 AM 9/29/2004

I do breed Poms but I never had a boy as "eager" as Kenai, My other Poms are laid back and only get excited when it's time and I don't breed my females more then 1 time per year. Kenai just wants my girl like she was in heat but I know she is...

Posted on: 6:16:33 PM 9/28/2004

Can a dog get pregnant if she is not in heat? My male WILL NOT leave my female alone. She keeps snapping at him and making him back down but anytime he is near her he gets out of control just to try to get to her.

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