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Posted on: 4:52:29 AM 4/29/2006

scenicvalesiberians when you say the CKC I assume you mean the Continental Kennel Club, because they are a sham regestry as well. If yo mean the Canadian Kennel Club, then you should be fine, many breeders have dogs duel regestered so they can sho...

Posted on: 4:14:12 AM 4/29/2006

try your local shelter or spca, see if they have anything that you like and would suit your family.

Posted on: 7:31:04 PM 4/28/2006

It's called polydactyl in cats.

Posted on: 4:30:19 AM 4/28/2006

you mostly have to be concerned with chocolate if 1. it is dark chocolate, and 2. the pup is very small 2-3 pounds.

It is the caffine in the chocolate that speeds up the heart and causes problems.

Posted on: 3:40:47 AM 4/28/2006

things like this happen all the time, yet people still have to ask why health and temperment testing is so important, I just don't understand, it must be the it can't happen to me thing.

Posted on: 3:36:59 AM 4/28/2006

hmmm plants i remember haveing those in my tank they are green right?? My south american cichlid tank had them a few kribs, some rams, and cockatoos, i miss it, peat filtered water, ahh the good old days.LOL

Now I have african cichlids ...

Posted on: 2:50:08 AM 4/28/2006

Silkypup, Shibas can and do have a high prey drive, but if they are raised with other animals they are fine, mine were both raised ferrets and they moved in with the cat at 8 and 6 years old and they are both fine with him. My parents is another t...

Posted on: 5:17:12 AM 4/27/2006

most men asy no to poodles and maltese, but there are many options that are low shedding that arn't "fru fru" dogs to men. Soft coated wheatons as mentioned before, ...

Posted on: 6:45:36 AM 4/26/2006

My suggestion would be to find out what your local SPCA or shelters look for then use that one, most vets have the ability to look for all, but shelters can't usually afford the new gadgets.

Posted on: 6:39:54 AM 4/26/2006

You know there is one kind of dog you have always wanted but can't due to houseing situation, cost, alergies or whatever other reason.

Mine is an Irish ...

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