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Viewing all posts found for user Rottluvr
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Posted on: 6:47:55 PM 12/12/2009

Way to go Gunny, I agree with you 1000%!!!!!!!!

We don't euthanize children in this country b/c they don't have homes, so I don't see how the comparison is relevant.

Posted on: 6:35:57 PM 12/12/2009

Well bred dogs are expensive, period. I'm hoping to get a Standard Poodle next year and will pay over a $1000, possible even $2000. (We're talking about a pupp...

Posted on: 7:49:40 PM 12/11/2009

I too am sorry for your loss. Tom was a truly amazing person!

Posted on: 9:30:21 PM 12/5/2009

My brother took in an adult pitbull he found wondering the street and, at the time, he and my SIL had two Chihuahuas. They had some issues w/ the male Chi, but he was...

Posted on: 8:38:03 PM 12/2/2009

"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. :)"

What studies are these? There is no such thing as a free puppy or kitten, they all requ...

Posted on: 6:54:50 PM 11/22/2009

How many trainers, vets and behavioralist have to talked to? Depending on breed/size,he could live for several more years. This is why it's so important to train and socialize before there's a problem. I think a professional is the only one who ca...

Posted on: 10:40:16 PM 11/20/2009

I would suggest putting her on a feeding schedule so that she's more likely to defecate when you are home. That way you can pick it up. I have a 10 year old Maltese th...

Posted on: 10:35:09 PM 11/20/2009

I think you should look into Standard Poodles. If you or anyone else thinks "goldendoodles or labradoodles" don't shed, you are kidding yourself. The nonsheddi...

Posted on: 10:12:11 PM 11/20/2009

It is not all about how they're raised!!!! Breeding plays a role! You can't completely train out dog aggression or a weak temperment. I think the myth that any aggressive dog is the result of abuse or neglect is very damaging. Look at how well th...

Posted on: 12:29:38 AM 11/1/2009

You're going to get different responses to this. Some people think mixing big and small is reckless and dangerous; other's think it's fine. I personally think it's fine, but I would never leave a large dog unattended w/ a small dog. I have a

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