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Viewing all posts found for user MuleShoeFarm
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Posted on: 2:19:18 PM 6/25/2009

Here in Tennessee, Carolina dogs have been known to show up in pounds and in places were animals need rescue. The photo I have is of Yellow Boy who was a rescue. He and his sister were being kept on chains in an abandoned yard. They were malnourished...

Posted on: 9:22:37 PM 6/24/2009

We found them to be very hardy dogs without any major health problems. We wormed them regularly, made sure they had rabies and parvo shots and pretty much let them take of themselves. The only issue we've had and it's really not necessarily a health ...

Posted on: 9:11:11 PM 6/24/2009

As I stated before, I meant to put everything under one thread and just somehow or another didn't get the right button when I went to make the post. I am sure that you can relate to making a mistake on a computer or it not doing what you want. Shall ...

Posted on: 7:56:19 AM 6/24/2009

While I agree that neutering/spaying an animal is one of the most practical and caring things you can do, I think that it is good to remember that some people are not aware of this. Education happens best in a friendly environment.

The que...

Posted on: 7:47:14 AM 6/24/2009

We used to have rat terrier/feist mixes that looked just like this - naturally stubbed tail and all. The eye rings are really interesting looking. Our feists would kills small rodents and chase squirrels. They were also always very happy to see us. I...

Posted on: 7:24:30 PM 6/23/2009

I thought of that name thingy this afternoon. I use muleshoefarm because I run an organic vegetable CSA and that is the name of our property. I grow vegetables and chickens. Having six dogs on a farm does not make me a kennel by any means. The dogs f...

Posted on: 2:43:04 PM 6/23/2009

Thank you for the advice. I been trying to think why I did put that registration info up there and not something else. Other than I think it needed to be said. Why? Because Carolina dogs are not listed as a breed here. Maybe it's just AKC breeds or s...

Posted on: 8:56:32 AM 6/23/2009

I just noticed that various forums had lots of misinformation about these dogs and they are wonderful animals. I am not advertising in a round about way. I simply want to share what I know so that these wonderful dogs do not get trashed. I had meant ...

Posted on: 7:55:12 PM 6/22/2009

Carolina Dogs are recognized by the American Rare Breed Association and the UKC. In my research, I have only found three major breeders that actually sell them. They are easy to find with a web search.

Carolina Dogs were identified as bree...

Posted on: 9:16:39 PM 6/21/2009

As far as group living goes, it is essential that the owner understands that there is a pack hierarchy. If you feed the dogs in a certain order, it is best to stick to it, because they will fight each other over their food. Five of ours run together ...

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