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Viewing all posts found for user Kayzhond
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Posted on: 6:01:09 PM 3/30/2007

Kingfisher, you have no idea why foods like Innova and Flint River are so much better. All of the low grade foods (Alpo, Kibbles 'N Bits, Beneful, Dog Chow, Pedigree, etc...) and medium grade foods (Authority, Bil-Jac, Iams, Eukanuba, Science Diet, P...

Posted on: 5:05:12 PM 5/11/2006

Even though the moderator deletes the thread/posts, it's stioll out there. The stuff on a forum is always being spidered and archived by bots for search engine searches. So even though you delete something, technically - it's still out there.

Posted on: 8:45:59 AM 11/19/2005

Sorry about your husband's loss of vision.

Their size may keep them from being more widely used as Seeing Eye Dogs. Labs and German Shepherds ar...

Posted on: 7:47:57 AM 11/19/2005

kdubbs27,

Am sorry to hear the Kees was put to sleep because of cancer. Cancer is a common concern for our breed. However, living to age 11 is not. The typical lifeexpectancy for our breed is 12 to 15 and it's not unheard of for a Kees t...

Posted on: 7:23:57 AM 11/19/2005

Keeshonds is NOT the correct plural, Keeshonden is.

They don't smell like people say they do nor do they shead a lot as some would say, but they do blow t...

Posted on: 3:29:41 AM 7/27/2005

"Purebred dogs are, in general, less physically and emotionally fit than mixed breeds. The majority of purebreds suffer from some inherited physical defect. Dalmatians

Posted on: 9:02:10 AM 7/26/2005

Frontline, hands down.

Posted on: 9:00:24 AM 7/26/2005

Unfortunatley, most puppies don't survive Parvo which is why it's called "the breeder's nightmare".

Posted on: 8:59:20 AM 7/26/2005

Positive Reinforcement training is when you use treats or toys the dog likes in order to get it to do something, like sit. When they do the command on the first verbal cue you give them a treat or let them play with the toy along with priase like, ...

Posted on: 8:53:56 AM 7/26/2005

It's the American Canine Association ( ACA ) - http://www.acacanines.com/whyregister.htm-, which is basically like the Continental Kennel Club - a joke.

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