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Posted on: 2:02:41 PM 5/18/2010

Some things were said on both our parts that went a little overboard.

I suspect that this is the closest to an apology that you will ever get. She's admitting that she was wrong, but she doesn't have the guts to say it, so sh...

Posted on: 10:19:57 PM 5/17/2010

Something is rotten in the state of Denmark.

Posted on: 8:47:12 AM 5/15/2010

"Yes c-sections and AI'ing abound in the breed, the general concensous is that if it can free breed or free whelp, it probably isn't built for the show ring, it's going to either be too long bodied or too long legged."

That's what b...

Posted on: 8:50:41 PM 5/14/2010

No recent diet changes. I haven't studied the spot in a while, but it definitely has not gotten any worse.

Posted on: 3:13:58 PM 5/13/2010

I rented a room in a house with a family one winter while I was going to school. The dad proudly announced how he didn't have to do anything special for the goldfish -- that they would survive the winter in the dinky, pre-fab pond he had in the backy...

Posted on: 6:41:02 PM 5/12/2010

Sorry to hear what you have gone through. We went through similar heartache with a retired racing greyhound. Everyone had raved about how gentle and calm

Posted on: 11:50:45 AM 5/12/2010

If he became accustomed to defecating in an enclosed area while at the pet store, you'll have extra work ahead of you. I suggest you "throw a party" when he does defecate outside. I wish you all the patience in the world on this one....

Posted on: 11:24:25 AM 5/12/2010

I admit that only skimmed the article, but here's my two cents. At least half the items in the list of possible negative effects looks like they could just as easily apply to positive reinforcement (e.g. bad timing, incorrect associations).

Posted on: 3:56:40 PM 5/11/2010

I think another lab would be a better match activity-wise for a lab vs. a St Bernard. The Saints I have known were not very active. I think your current pup would get frustrated that their new playmate only wanted to lie around.

Posted on: 5:48:11 PM 5/10/2010

Deputy -- I think i understand why pits are your chosen breed.

(I mean that in a good way.)

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