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Posted on: 1:47:17 AM 5/23/2006

I agree with Sue; I have tried the method of stopping as soon as the dog tries to pull forward and inevitably the dog stops and turns around looking perplexed and then I step forward with my left leg and say "heel." As soon as the dog starts to pu...

Posted on: 1:42:02 AM 5/23/2006

I don't like dry foods, not even the so-called "premium" foods; these foods are not policed and they can pretty much add what they like, most vitamins and minerals that are used are of a scare quality and the food can change from batch to batch dep...

Posted on: 11:39:29 PM 5/22/2006

Absolutely; stage 1 is of no real concern besides which, as scout has said, most puppies will grow out of it. Even if they don't it doesn't really affect their lives; I had a

Posted on: 11:35:43 PM 5/22/2006

I currently have two litters of cavalier puppies and have always done my utmost to ensure that each and every one of those pups go to a loving and forever home.

I received expression of interest from a lady yesterday (via email) that she...

Posted on: 3:26:53 AM 5/21/2006

I am sorry to hear of this; I do so hope that you are able to locate her, I'm afraid I can't do much towards that as I am miles away in australia. Would it have been possible to rehome her yourself without relinquishing her to a shelter?? As far ...

Posted on: 3:23:09 AM 5/21/2006

SUEBEGONE - Sorry but I have to make a correction here, protein does not provide energy, carbohydrates is what the brain requires for energy and this applies to humans as well, hence that is why people attempting to lose weight on the atkins diet g...

Posted on: 3:16:20 AM 5/21/2006

Food can certainly affect a dog's behaviour; I would attribute it mostly to the high grains and cereals that most dry dog foods are based on, a high carbohydrate diet I feel would be to blame for aggression or hyperactivity in dogs. Plus one has t...

Posted on: 3:10:45 AM 5/21/2006

Ruffian, I am not saying that I agree with xbreeding but I do have to admit that some crosses are gorgeous provided that they are not part of a puppy mill background. I hate puppy mills and I would love to have the opportunity to be able to get ho...

Posted on: 10:30:49 PM 5/20/2006

I thought it was common practice in the US for dog owners to get their dog titer tested after it is 5 years of age or older?? I don't believe it is necessary to have a dog vaccinated every year and was told this by a vaccine manufacturer, if a pup...

Posted on: 10:19:51 PM 5/20/2006

What does "blasphemy" have to do with the issue of DD??

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