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Posted on: 7:20:54 AM 1/8/2008

Minniyar, Michelle, I wasn't talking about you KK and I apologize for the caps, however it was Basset_Lover
I was talking about, because she knows wayyyy tooo much about the situation so she is either Elieen herself, or one of Eileen's snobbish ...

Posted on: 3:07:55 PM 1/7/2008

First of all, there is a test, the Brucellous test can be done, however 9 times out of 10 if there is a teste problem it is in the Sire's gene, and a Vet will tell you that ok...

Second, these puppies are nowhere near 6 months of age, so t...

Posted on: 12:45:44 AM 1/7/2008

KK guys, I sent Pen2 a PM for SitStay.com, www.SitStay.com, you can actually go there and put anything in wherever you want to and then say here is my dogs Pedigree and he is a UKC Champion

Point1.However his numbers were the only numbers...

Posted on: 3:50:35 PM 1/6/2008

KK, first we talked, and I showed her Kiasongs paperwork and stuff, she pulled out what she called Sabastians UKC CH Pedigree, given I had never seen a UKC Pedigree I didn't know what one looked like, neither did I know the difference between the Uni...

Posted on: 1:33:58 PM 1/6/2008

Hi Siren here,
I have had a lot of experience with parvo, number one, usually they get it from your property, if there were people there before you and they owned a dog that perhaps had parvo, then it's on your property, and it stays there until...

Posted on: 1:00:15 PM 1/6/2008

OH I forgot, they are also listed breeders on infodog.com, and probably elsewhere also...

Posted on: 12:57:33 PM 1/6/2008

Siren again of course, I now have two male puppies with teste problems, however I believe the first one is due to the Vet the woman took him to and him pushing up as far as he could on a 7 week old puppy's abdomen as to push them back into the cavity...

Posted on: 5:41:10 PM 12/12/2007

I am very curious as to your reason for holding me responsible if his testies do not come down after what both of these Vets did to him?? I quote from her email "They pushed as far down on his abdomen as they could, and could push no fu...

Posted on: 4:53:06 PM 12/12/2007

I had one with an umbilical hernia, it is caused from the Mother biting the umbilical cord tooo close to the tummy when they are born, which is why you have to really watch them and be there during the birthing!! Most I snapped off with the ...

Posted on: 2:21:34 PM 11/27/2007

Thank you guys soooo much for the replys, I really needed them...This lady has emailed me to death since 6 days after she baught him, and truthfully I think she wants her money back to buy one of the red

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