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Posted on: 3:15:03 PM 9/15/2010

Right on target LPN

Excellent post Sassy!

***Edited By: pyrmom on 9/15/2010 3:16:32 PM***
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Posted on: 10:39:49 AM 9/14/2010

Pretty sure I said everyone has to start somewhere and gave suggestions on how to get off on the right foot Jan.

Posted on: 6:02:51 AM 9/14/2010

Hannah, first of all before you posted and provided a link, you had to agree to the Terms of Service for the forum. The TOS clearly state there is no advertising and no website promotion permitted on the forum.

Secondly, you are on a site...

Posted on: 5:56:33 AM 9/11/2010

I don't claim to be an expert, just someone who has always had dogs in my long life. The best method I have found is;

Just as it is with human toddlers, Patience, observation and praise are the best tools in housebreaking a pup. Not only ...

Posted on: 5:26:21 AM 9/11/2010

That is a nice, long life. Both you and your mother have had to provide wonderful care for the pup. I would think the standard for both breeds would be about 10-12 years (smaller breeds are longer living than the larger). I'm pretty sure you're surp...

Posted on: 7:48:58 PM 9/9/2010

Try contacting the site owner/admin. Contact links are at the bottom of each page. Good luck

Posted on: 2:23:32 PM 9/9/2010

I have never heard of a dog taking itself to the vet, asking & paying for a spay or neuter. That is up to the humans who are responsible for their care.

If you are too young, then it is the responsibility of the parents in the home to s...

Posted on: 8:37:45 PM 9/7/2010

Actually, you could have avoided, rather than having to worry over stopping if you had merely had her spayed.

Again, I hope your dad is prepared to foot a bill for a c-section should it become necessary.

Posted on: 5:14:13 AM 9/7/2010

If you are too young to afford spaying her, your parents need to assume that responsibility. If she is in distress during whelping, who pays for the c-section? I can assure you, spaying would be far less expensive and far less a health risk for you...

Posted on: 7:31:14 PM 9/6/2010

My only advise would be something you probably don't want to hear. Your girl should not be having puppies back to back at her age, especially her breed. If she means the world to you, I would suggest you consider her health and have her spayed.

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