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Viewing all posts found for user SuperMommy
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Posted on: 5:49:57 PM 6/14/2004

I was thinking golden retrievers, too. I would try to find an older one (over the age of two) because these dogs can be very hyper as puppies. Try www.petfinder.com

Posted on: 5:21:41 PM 6/14/2004

hints?!?! Already???

Posted on: 4:00:47 PM 6/14/2004

I know...I was just teasing you. I am just trying to amuse myself.

Posted on: 3:59:28 PM 6/14/2004

Had a semester of genetics in college. The reason I said that random breeding of dogs wouldn't do the defects any good is because it would take an extremely long amount of time for that to work. It is better to get rid of irresponsible breeding pr...

Posted on: 3:48:12 PM 6/14/2004

I think we are getting good at this...or some are better at websearches LOL....chili is a cheater ROFL

Posted on: 3:17:42 PM 6/14/2004

From what you said you don't sound like a BAD breeder to me. I love it when breeders screen future owners and don't breed unless most of if not all of the pups have homes. Don't let other people's opinions bother you. IF they are uninformed about ...

Posted on: 3:13:49 PM 6/14/2004

that was quick...CHEATER LOL...did we have that one before? Your turn :-)

Posted on: 3:04:42 PM 6/14/2004

what dogs do you breed? Why do you think people say you are a bad breeder? Do you have a website with photos and descriptions of your kennel?

Posted on: 3:02:50 PM 6/14/2004

Hmmm...that is strange. While looking up other breeds that are common there are slight variations in size, too. Is it even close??? Here is the new one: http://www.geocities.com/flsupermommy/rarebreed.html

Posted on: 2:50:11 PM 6/14/2004

--" but a random breeding has a better chance of producing healthy puppies then a breeding based on color, size or any other non-health related trait." Random breeding is not in any way better for dogs. Since the beginning of domesticated does hu...

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