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Posted on: 6:33:43 PM 12/12/2009

He could have Pomerian in him. Long hair is recessive to short hair, meaning if you breed a long haired dog to a short haired dog the puppies will have short hair (unless the short haired dog is carrying long haired genes, or the long hair is actuall...

Posted on: 6:11:31 PM 12/12/2009

Most of my family all have 'their' dogs, dogs that prefer them over anyone else. It's common espeically among small dogs for them to have a preference that develops almost immediately. She'll probably always prefer you over anyone else.

I ...

Posted on: 11:35:28 PM 11/29/2009

I've had various reactions to my pets dying.

When I was younger I cried much more. It's hard to connect closely to new pets after the death of one and I find it hard to grow attached anymore.

My family's tradition when beloved p...

Posted on: 11:32:51 PM 11/29/2009

Studies have shown that dogs with a price tag, even if only a $10 price tag, are valued more and less likely to go to 'bad' homes than free dogs. :)

Posted on: 1:58:12 AM 11/24/2009

Post a picture or link to some pictures, please. :D

Posted on: 12:58:55 AM 11/24/2009

Any dog raised with cats and scolded whenever they show aggression/prey drive will be good. Breed wise, it is best to stay away from sporting and terrier types who are commonly used for hunting, or at least stay away from the working lines.

Posted on: 12:00:57 AM 11/21/2009

Congrats! They're lovely and oh so cute!

Posted on: 10:31:32 PM 11/20/2009

D'aw, newborns are so cute!
They look like nice big puppies, hopefully they'll grow up healthy and sound. And your momma looks nice and fit too, seems like you're doing a good job with them all.

Posted on: 10:27:29 PM 11/20/2009

Take them to the vet for Parvo shots. :) Worming doesn't prevent Parvo.

I've had bad problems with Parvo. I'm not a breeder, but I often foster and help with litters. The pups get their first shot at 6 weeks old. If mom didn't get her year...

Posted on: 4:45:36 PM 11/12/2009

Is she on a puppy chow diet? If not, switch her over to one til the puppies are weaned. You can also use the puppy supplement on her.

The puppies are probably fine. How much smaller are they? I'd supplement the little ones morning and nigh...

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