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Posted on: 2:32:53 AM 6/2/2006

Ruffian - I guess they would be best off baking breed rather than breading dogs, lol.

Oh well, such is life.

Posted on: 1:38:12 AM 6/2/2006

Oh as long as people give it their best shot that is all that matters; although I do need to say that sometimes some sentences are not put together properly that I can't make head or foot about what they are trying to say, lol so I just go onto ano...

Posted on: 11:56:39 PM 6/1/2006

Thanks everyone for your advice. I won't have Hunter put down although the neighbours who gave me the goat insist that he should be destroyed, they even picked up a garden pick and said that they would hit him with it, I was shocked. As the major...

Posted on: 11:08:41 PM 5/31/2006

I tend to agree with you; I don't think putting the jack russell down is the right thing to do; I knew better and it is human error after all. The neighbour thinks that once a dog gets the taste of blood they just wont stop but that is just old w...

Posted on: 10:24:56 PM 5/31/2006

As much as you love your pitbull you have got to admit that they are far more aggressive than your average dog; most dogs will bite, there is no denying this, but the difference between another breed of dog and a pitbull is that the other breed wi...

Posted on: 10:14:32 PM 5/31/2006

I had recently adopted a 5 day old baby goat and kept him in a dog crate at night with newspapers and a blanket in the house and bottlefed him every 4 hours, he was incredibly tame and followed me everywhere, I became very attached to him and began...

Posted on: 2:43:35 AM 5/29/2006

Breeders like that should not be allowed to own dogs; I feel sorry for the poor dog as it obviously hasn't been socialised at all with her submissive urination or may have been treated harshly. I'm glad that she has found you and with lots of love...

Posted on: 5:26:45 AM 5/27/2006

seairra - very well said; most people have complete faith in their vets as is to be expected but vets are not saints and a fair few are more interested in the almighty dollar than the welfare of pets and if they were to try and do the right thing b...

Posted on: 5:10:43 AM 5/27/2006

Excess calcium that is administered to puppies is known to cause bone problems such as hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, etc etc. Research has been conducted and it has been proven that this is indeed the case. If a dog is fed with a premium food t...

Posted on: 1:43:46 AM 5/27/2006

I would like to hear it straight from the horse's mouth, so to speak lol, of the temperament of this awesome looking breed.

1/ are they affectionate
2/ which are the smoochiest, males or females
3/ if reared with other smaller ...

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