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Posted on: 6:29:52 PM 7/18/2004

OK talking about pricing and selling points is a dog that is dual registered worth more money then one that is only registered with one club? Meaning they are AKC and UKC registered or that the owners say their dogs are AKC registered and the...

Posted on: 6:07:09 PM 7/18/2004

The biggest problem I am having in placing them in homes is that people don't really care about their backgrounds or their abilities. They just want a pet to lay on the sofa and get it hairy. So then they don't want to pay as much as we are asking....

Posted on: 5:47:16 PM 7/18/2004

We don't breed for profit. We are luck if we make two hundred when it is all said and done. I do it because I like the breed and we have graet dogs with great personalities and great movement. They are first pets, then an occacilan (sp) hunting ...

Posted on: 5:23:44 PM 7/18/2004

Everyone seems to think that you need to show your dogs before you breed them or they should be titled. The problem with that again comes down to what you want in a dog does it not? Or is what most of you trying to say that a dog should have ei...

Posted on: 4:42:18 PM 7/18/2004

Yes I meant the ARBA. I am a little dyslectic (sp) and I always get the abbrivations back wards. So what you are saying again is that the UKC is not a good place to register your dog. I now a lot of people that perfer the UKC to AKC because t...

Posted on: 12:50:56 PM 7/18/2004

Silverdust to say that a dog that is registered by anything other then AKC or CKC is not fair. What about the coonhouds and French Brittany that are only registered by UKC or the really rare breeds that are registered with ABRA or FCI. Are you sa...

Posted on: 8:16:06 PM 7/17/2004

Yeah cats multiply like rabbits. Though most don't go into heat until they are six months if I remember right a cat can go into heat and get pregant as soon as four months.

Posted on: 8:00:11 PM 7/17/2004

My experince with labs and goldens the goldens are more mellow than the labs. The only thing with goldens is they need to be brushed to get all the dead undercoat out. If I was you I would contact some of the places that do service dogs. They ...

Posted on: 1:41:14 PM 7/17/2004

I don't know how long they are pregant for, but I know a lot of them will stay in heat until they think they have been breed.

Posted on: 2:00:31 PM 7/5/2004

Here are some of mine I still need to get pictures of two of my dogs. This will have are male and female with three of their sons. One from last year and two from this year. http://www.dogster.com/dog_page.php?i=47519

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