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Posted on: 12:55:04 PM 1/18/2007

Well answered your question on the other post.

As for the others. I'm sorry but reading a book is not going to really tell you what to expect.

Especially since no two female dogs have the same reaction to whelping....

Posted on: 12:45:52 PM 1/18/2007

Well each dog is diffrent.

Some their temp will drop.

Some get really restless.

Some will start to nest not always where you want them too.

Some get very clingy.

Then the ultimite truth is when...

Posted on: 12:57:31 PM 1/17/2007

Yeah we own both parents.

This is their third litter together. She doesn't like anyone else.

Or at least not the father of her last litter. We had to hold her for that breeding.

I think she know I was ...

Posted on: 12:37:54 PM 1/17/2007

Here are the pictures I promised. Sorry a little late.

They are 3 weeks old in the pictures.


Posted on: 7:20:36 PM 1/15/2007

I would try a halti or promise collar first before the e-collar.

I had a corgi that would jump on people all the time. She was being trained to be a hearing dog. So jumping is allowed at times she needed to learn when it was ...

Posted on: 11:26:16 PM 1/11/2007

Here are a few quick diffrences.

The Cardigan is larger. They weigh more and are a little longer.

The Cardigan has a tail.

The Cardigan has rounded ears compared to the Pembrokes more pointed ones.

Posted on: 1:33:53 PM 1/11/2007

Well I guess I don't, but I like people to know they are Pembrokes and not Cardigans.

I had one that I raised to be a hearing dog and every where we went they all called her a Cardigan and then some would agrue with me when I...

Posted on: 1:18:47 PM 1/11/2007

These are before their tails were docked.


Posted on: 1:09:52 PM 1/11/2007

Well I won't go into the biggest mistake she did since that has already been done, but.....

Yes she needs to put them in seperate crates. The play pen is nice for the day when they are home, but can't watch them completely. <...

Posted on: 11:33:14 PM 1/9/2007

luvmydoxys from my understanding there are diffrent kinds of hynia's.

Some the puppies are born with them. Which was the case with this one and then same are from the mother pulling to much when cutting the umbilical cord. Also as...

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