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Viewing all posts found for user Lovebug
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Posted on: 11:14:49 AM 11/24/2005

I hope she got frostbite!

Posted on: 4:12:44 PM 11/18/2005

Okay good i'm glad she is not a complete freak of nature.

Posted on: 4:09:59 PM 11/18/2005

This is why contracts are a must. They define everything plain and simple that way niether of the parties can get screwed. Generally a good stud contract will have a part about return service... Here is that piece from my stud contract.

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Posted on: 4:03:28 PM 11/18/2005

Good insight, i never thought of that. I have so far only attended one dog show since they don't happen very often in my area but i will be attending the National Pomer...

Posted on: 3:25:30 PM 11/18/2005

Ok good, i'm glad i was wrong :)

Posted on: 2:44:45 PM 11/18/2005

This was never a personal attack on you Katz. I don't see why you felt the need to defend yourself. I never bashed you or your dogs. You asked me what i wanted to know and why so i told you thinking maybe you might know the answer since someone sai...

Posted on: 2:22:13 PM 11/18/2005

As some of you may know i had a littler of eskies born in october. They are the cutest little things and today the one person that is purchasing a pup for showing and breeding asked if out of the two boys they get to choose from do either of them h...

Posted on: 2:05:56 PM 11/18/2005

I want to know for a fact if it is a recessive gene or not? I want to know how to tell if they are going to be a flat coat and at what age you can figure that out? That way i can avoid them and any breeder that has produced them in the past when i ...

Posted on: 1:41:47 PM 11/18/2005

You're right, IF it is a recessive gene then yes it could be well bred! But after one showing up in a litter those particular parents shouldn't be bred together again ofcourse or bred with any other known carriers. I wonder if anyone on the forum k...

Posted on: 9:37:59 AM 11/18/2005

Not sure if they would shed less, but i have never owned one and NEVER will. To me it seems like they are still quite long haired but it lays flat instead of being poofy the way a pom should be, in that case they would likely shed just as much(whic...

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