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Posted on: 3:00:49 PM 10/5/2004

May I suggest that you try another direction than confrontation. When faced with people like this my reply is that I would be more than willing to breed your little girl. I will need a current brucillosis screen, CERF and OFA certification and wh...

Posted on: 10:38:35 AM 10/2/2004

What in the name of Sam Hill happened to Honor, my word is my bond?? I can assure you I will be a LOT more careful who I sell a dog to and under what circumstances in the future. I have been foolish enough to believe most people were as good as th...

Posted on: 1:46:02 AM 9/30/2004

La Perm cats are also a curly breed, I'm not sure that they are hypoalergenic, but I do know that the coat on the curly kittens has an entirely different texture than a DSH. It might be worth checking, they have a really affectionate personality.

Posted on: 12:48:43 AM 9/14/2004

PolarBear ; I hope it wasn't me that you saw as jumping down anyone's throat over rescue. I don't believe everyone wants or should have a rescue dog, nor do I believe everyone should breed without giving it a lot of serious thought. My personal op...

Posted on: 3:35:16 PM 9/12/2004

I would like to tell you a little story about rescue dogs and the people who rescue them. A lady I know became very ill and was in hospital for 4 months. She is older and had arranged for a neighbour to care for her dogs while she was laid up. The...

Posted on: 10:00:11 PM 9/11/2004

Rhonda; I am going to chime in here. The average litter of pomeranian puppies is 2 with an infant mortality of 50% I hardly think breeding 2 females 3 times each or even 4 is going to constitute a 1 person population explosion.

Posted on: 9:58:20 PM 9/2/2004

Junebug, halle How often are you having to replace your clippers? Which model of Laube are you using? I find that a year is about average with the Osters.

Posted on: 2:28:56 PM 9/1/2004

I wash my blades in bladewash, with the clippers running every time I put them away aa well as oiling them. I use both Oster and Andis blades on an Oster 2 speed turbo, and an old Andis single speed. The biggest difference I have seen in the blade...

Posted on: 12:39:12 PM 8/31/2004

Coccidiosis is difficult to diagnose once the animal begins to scour because the fluid is passing through the intestinal tract so quickly. Unless the Tapeworm shed a segment at the exact time they were testing for coccidia there would be no reason fo...

Posted on: 12:58:12 PM 8/7/2004

Wendy; No deffinitely no vet/ doc, just someone who has been involved in the fancy for a lot of years. Good luck with your baby, may you have many happy healthy years with him.

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