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Posted on: 5:00:08 PM 8/25/2006

Wow, there has been alot of loss in your family. I'm sorry about everyone's death, I hopoe you have a better day from thinking about all this.

Posted on: 4:45:48 PM 8/25/2006

Maybe after you say no, when he stops you can give him a chew toy to bite on instead.

Posted on: 4:41:02 PM 8/25/2006

Wow that's pretty cool! I hope you do good in the "ring" the next time you show! :)

Posted on: 4:37:18 PM 8/25/2006

Fine I won't blame you for the female not being spayed, but if you don't want your male to...you know what, then have him neutered.

Posted on: 4:26:56 PM 8/25/2006

Cool, I've never actually seen one before

***Edited By: PetLuver on 8/25/2006 4:27:57 PM***
Reason: wanted to add more

Posted on: 8:02:36 PM 8/24/2006

I went to www.pets.ca and it gives you signs of pregnantcy and more check it out and also make sure to go to the vet anyways. Best of luck!

Posted on: 7:54:38 PM 8/24/2006

OH! That's so cool! I've always wanted a Beagle and I'm going to get a Daschund soon hopefully.

Posted on: 7:43:56 PM 8/24/2006

I have a Dobie at home. He's 1yr. and 5, going on 6mos.
I used to have a Yellow Lab. My dad had 2 Rottweilers and a Doberman when he was younger.

Posted on: 2:37:52 AM 8/22/2006

well rileydog, I don't know if the shock collars actually work, but I would be too afraid to use it on my dog because I don't know if it will hurt my dog or not! Sorry if I'm wasting your time because I don't really know anything about it, but that...

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