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Posted on: 10:27:11 AM 3/17/2005

What is a "buncher" ?

Posted on: 10:25:25 AM 3/17/2005

A Cane Corso. Hmm, don't think I have heard of that breed. Very striking.

Posted on: 10:18:01 AM 3/17/2005

I don't know about the increase in stools, but I believe with heart disease you want to feed a food that is low on salt.

Posted on: 10:11:45 AM 3/17/2005

Training to walk off lead takes a lot of dedication to obedience training. Something that is not accomplished over night, but over several months to years. With a lab, which is a very eager to please breed, you may have much success with proper tra...

Posted on: 9:29:31 AM 3/17/2005

I was with you all the way until I read your comment regarding the x-ray. You know you should do it but since you weren't expecting the expense you didn't save for it ? X-rays are generally an expense involved in breeding dogs. Before you even bred...

Posted on: 6:34:04 PM 3/15/2005

How about a show with the same title - Everybody Loves Raymond...........and Raymond would be a pitbull. Who just does doggy stuff, maybe visits nursing homes, daycare centers, etc.

Posted on: 6:04:35 PM 3/15/2005

I certainly understand your point about reserving the term puppymill/miller to those disgusting pits that dogs are bred in for the almighty dollar. But you have lost me entirely on the good commercial breeder part. How is mass producing puppies to ...

Posted on: 5:46:21 PM 3/15/2005

Filthy teeth can cause lots of problems from heart disease to organ failure. Its a wonder that the vet didn't pick up on any problems when the pekingnese was there a month ago. Has an ultrasound been done to determine the extent of the heart proble...

Posted on: 5:34:49 PM 3/15/2005

I know that coughing can be associated with heart problems. Though it doesn't sound like your pup has a severe murmur ( they are graded 1-6 ) it may be worth the money to have an echocardiogram done to determine what is causing the murmur. Medicati...

Posted on: 8:33:46 PM 3/14/2005

That is quite a mix. He is adorable.

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