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Posted on: 2:47:56 PM 10/28/2009

There are many great Maltese studs available. Unless your dog can compare to those dog, neuter him and love him as a pet.

Posted on: 8:44:12 PM 10/27/2009


Posted on: 7:57:08 PM 10/27/2009

I'm not the one that's too disrespectful to type out a legible post. Not only is it disrepectful to the people who try to read it, but it's disrespectful to your parents, teachers and the taxpayers that provided you with an education. I honestly ca...

Posted on: 3:50:14 PM 10/27/2009

She certainly sounds like a bad breeder, if you claims are true. Look into Ripoffreport.com I also suggest posting on a Great Dane forum, so prospective buyers will...

Posted on: 12:55:43 AM 10/27/2009

"I'm meaning which dog is better I made a mistake me and my friends where talking about witchz and I put “witch” but I ment to put which my bad oh and huskies are better and I don't see that a malamute is bigger huskies are big too. I've got one and ...

Posted on: 7:42:09 PM 10/25/2009

Can you link the breed club?

Posted on: 3:46:33 PM 10/25/2009

It's kind of iffy to me. You do have a lot of info on that page, is there a way you could remove some of the links? Are you located in the US? Your dogs are very cute and I actually like the

Posted on: 10:08:09 PM 10/24/2009

If so, would you consider sending the company an email asking them to stop the sale of puppies in their parking lots? I see people doing this every Saturday. I know that other stores like Walmart, have a policy against this practice. You can contact ...

Posted on: 5:35:39 PM 10/22/2009

When I had my cats spayed, their incisions were very swollen and slightly red for sometime. The vet said it's b/c they use dissolving stitches inside and that is how the body reacts to them. The reaction is what causes them to dissolve.

Posted on: 5:32:55 PM 10/22/2009

I think you should discuss this w/ your mentor or vet.

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