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Posted on: 2:23:35 PM 9/20/2014

I realize that this conversation is from six years ago--but I feel compelled to point out that there are several other reasons that one might want a Canis Panther apart from desiring a "junkyard guard." What would draw someone to this "designer mutt?...

Posted on: 2:29:13 PM 7/9/2014

Wow, the sooner these pups can be individually rehomed, the better. They will need vaccinations and a whole lot of socialization and daily walks, training. With gentle, firm, patient, and consistent training and socialization they should be able to s...

Posted on: 2:26:45 PM 7/9/2014

Chows are territorial, particularly males, and take a while to warm up to new family members. I`d say keep persisting, maybe take them on leashed walks together, get them used to each other and make sure her scent is everywhere for your first dog to ...

Posted on: 1:46:20 AM 6/25/2014

I`d say you`re pretty well likely to meet some new puppies in the next twenty-four hours or less. ;) Good luck!!

Posted on: 12:35:19 PM 6/18/2014

Again, the thing is--you don`t even know when the day of the actual "tying" was--so it may well be 63 days, even! You might as well take it stride and just try and make her as comfortable as possible and just keep an eye on her, ready to call a vet o...

Posted on: 4:07:41 PM 6/17/2014

*Everything in my previous post, beneath the site address, is part of that answer in the link.

Posted on: 4:06:22 PM 6/17/2014

If you are not going to take her to the vet for confirmation, then you will be able to tell within a few weeks for sure. Watch for appetite changes and swelling of the nipples. I found this comment on a site that may offer more details for you:

Posted on: 4:02:58 PM 6/17/2014

Do you have a special room in the house that is quiet and dimly lit for her to have her pups? Where the kiddie pool/whelping box can be kept, as well?

Posted on: 4:01:37 PM 6/17/2014

I don`t know how soon they are coming. You may even have days before they come, as far as I know. I read on one site that the discharge can begin even a week or two before the actual birth of the pups... so it is hard to say. But chances are, they wi...

Posted on: 3:27:36 PM 6/16/2014

Here is one site I found with suggestions on introducing a new dog into the household:


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