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Posted on: 11:50:31 PM 6/16/2007

Hi Folks, just had a question. How well do your Akitas swim?
My Akita boy Kuma, went ...

Posted on: 11:11:42 AM 5/30/2007

Hi there, just a question. I own a 13 yr old gelding Arabian.I was out to see him 2 weeks ago, and had noticed abit of tenderness in his feet when walked, the fellow who owns the barn stated he had just been trimmed and thats why. Not thinking anymor...

Posted on: 2:58:08 AM 5/17/2007

Excellent point Denim.The problem isnt always accidental pregnancies, leading to unwannted puppies that get abandoned.Alot of times its people just not wanting thier pets anymore (for whatever reason).Lots of dogs in shelters are purebreds even,and t...

Posted on: 1:51:58 PM 5/16/2007

I find the same with my Akita. He has NEVER marked in the house, when he was housebreaking he wasnt even lifting his leg yet.Now that he does lift his leg he ONLY lifts i...

Posted on: 11:47:36 PM 5/15/2007

Thanks soo much for that link. I read it all and that is exactly what I am thinking.Yes it does keep the population down,I agree.. so does a responsible owner. :) Thanks

Posted on: 11:53:20 PM 5/13/2007

Umm did you post to the wrong link, exotic love? Awww really sad statistics - I agree, fortunately for me I am a responsible owner who has NO plans of breeding my dog for any purpose so I will not be contributing to the unwanted puppy population.(If ...

Posted on: 8:09:40 PM 5/10/2007

Just curious I have a 7 month old Akita.He is around 80 pounds, I am thinking of getting him castrated soon, but some have said to wait alittle bit (till he is a yr)and l...

Posted on: 11:44:34 PM 5/9/2007

Hi superwoman, yes I doubt the little bird is playing.Biting has many factors/ triggers.. playing isnt usually one of them, although light biting can be in some cases. Sounds like he is either jealous of you for some reason, a dominance thing, or ter...

Posted on: 11:37:17 PM 5/9/2007

I realise this is an old post but I will leave my two cents anyways..lol.
I have a quaker who got his nail bit off by a white fronted amazon ( nasty little girl) lol. Anyways it never grew back, he walked just fine.. but with alittle stumpy toe...

Posted on: 11:31:35 PM 5/9/2007

Any bird of prey statues or stickers around will scare off most small birds, from flying anywhere near your place.

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