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Posted on: 1:47:20 AM 5/14/2006

That was interesting, thanks Abby. I wouldn't have thought that aussies would mix amongst the cattle and nip at the heels, I did research the breed but have never stumbled upon that information. I know that the

Posted on: 1:42:53 AM 5/14/2006

thelifeofriley-do you own springer spaniels? if so, then could you tell me a bit about them, like their temperament for instance.

I have too many favourites I wouldn't know where to start. I love the look of the japanese spitz,

Posted on: 1:35:59 AM 5/14/2006

Looks 3/4 visla to me and 1/4 greyhound. Very attractive dog whatever he is :)

Posted on: 1:30:00 AM 5/14/2006

I am a cavalier breeder and my bitch gave birth to 4 puppies last week; the 3rd was born dead, she was limp and wasn't breathing, I gave her CPR for 15 mins by massaging her chest lightly and breathing into her nose but there was no response; I the...

Posted on: 1:16:46 AM 5/14/2006

TraumaMamma - Oh I am sorry, please send my apologies to Lilo and Stitch and give them a big kiss for me; it's really nothing personal.

Posted on: 10:17:39 PM 5/13/2006

Just like people you get tall ones and shorter ones and all kinds of inbetween, lol.


Posted on: 10:15:58 PM 5/13/2006

I agree with yorkiemalt, feet chewing is a sign of allergy usually a food allergy, try looking into its diet and make some changes, bear in mind that even if you do make the right changes it takes a while for the allergy to subside; some dogs are a...

Posted on: 10:01:24 PM 5/13/2006

I am only going by looks here and I have to say that the dog that is most unappealing in my eyes is the bull terrier, just my personal taste; I don't have anythin...

Posted on: 9:54:33 PM 5/13/2006

I am so sorry that you are having to let go of your dog, that is heartwrenching; I hope you find a way around this problem and are allowed to keep him. Is it possible for you to have a fence built that can offer you some privacy from the glances o...

Posted on: 9:37:25 PM 5/13/2006

Abbylynne - No I haven't actually seen an aussie shepherd at work but I would have thought that livestock keep somewhat of a distance between themselves and the dog. I thought that aussies were used for sheep not cattle, that was interesting. You...

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