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Viewing all posts found for user PawPrint
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Posted on: 2:35:57 PM 3/19/2008

I have sent you a private email to help answer your Boxer questions.

Posted on: 2:26:55 PM 3/19/2008

Your story was too hard to follow. Either days, weeks, months or years had passed during the events. 1 litter or several litters. I could not tell.

I had a top producing stud dog for several years and am quite familiar with stud contracts...

Posted on: 1:40:55 PM 3/19/2008

We do not have the blood test available in my area, though I would like it to be at some point. Considering my few breedings are very much planned, I would enjoy knowing a bit earlier if they took. My repro specialist will sonogram halfway through to...

Posted on: 12:30:09 AM 3/19/2008

I read your passage. It states mismate shots carry Pyometra risk during Diestrus which is 4-8 weeks after estrus. My advice was based on what I believed was an accidental breeding that had just happened. As in a day or 2. Of course how far along in t...

Posted on: 12:19:58 AM 3/19/2008

First, my deepest sympathies on the passing of your beloved buddy. And to watch it, I can't imagine :( Safe journey to the bridge little one!

Second, welcome to the new addition !!!

Posted on: 1:51:00 PM 3/18/2008

<< And if a rescues reputation goes down for not adopting to someone who keeps there dogs outside thats pathetic-and I'd want to know whos the one judging? Only those who were turned down. >>

I completely agree.

Posted on: 11:25:47 AM 3/18/2008

<< Spaying is best and safest because of all the problems associated with the mismate shot (google pyometra) and why put the dog through that if you will later spay the dog anyway? >>

The mismate shot does not cause Pyometra. I...

Posted on: 4:05:01 PM 3/17/2008

<< I still am stumped by those who feel if they have '5 acres' this means they do not need a fenced area for their dog. >>

I completely agree. Add to the fact any dog can run off after a rabbit and you may never see them again ...

Posted on: 3:54:22 PM 3/17/2008

<< I hope they find a home as loving as mine...oh yeah...I already have a new puppy. The day after we were declined from the adoption agency. He is thriving... >>

And it is sarcastic comments such as this one that tell a bigge...

Posted on: 11:56:45 AM 3/17/2008

AKC rules for most shows state no unentered dogs are allowed on the premises. This is mostly for liability reasons. When you enter a show, you sign a liability waiver. Someone just walking in off the street did not sign such an agreement.


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