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Posted on: 3:12:11 AM 5/7/2004

I have several large square plastic jugs that came with disinfectant in (perhaps 2 gallon). I rinsed them very well before I used them. I fill them nearly full and put 2 in my freezer. When they are frozen I take one out each morning if the weathe...

Posted on: 2:40:45 PM 5/5/2004

We have had some luck building confidence in conformation dogs by enrolling them in agility. They seem to really enjoy it and after a few sessions they start looking forward to going, and therefor looking forward to being with other dogs. That way yo...

Posted on: 1:00:23 AM 5/4/2004

The gal that gives local puppy obedience classes attended a seminar about 2 years ago. I cannot for the life of me remember exactly who/what, but she came home telling us that dewclaws had a very real use in maneuvering. It was a hard sell for me...

Posted on: 7:36:05 PM 5/1/2004

I rent land from a very good friend who operates a boarding kennel. We live on the same yard in the country. Every spring and every fall she either runs or goes to a set of obedience classes, every spring /fall we end up with kennel cough. 3 yea...

Posted on: 11:45:46 PM 4/28/2004

If the Parvo attacks the heart muscle there is absolutely nothing you can do for the affected puppy. Your first priority is to safeguard the puppies you have at home, before touching them make sure you have clean clothes on and that you have blea...

Posted on: 2:07:56 PM 4/23/2004

I just have to say something in defence of the Chow. My children are now 24 to 32 years old, as they were growing up I bred and showed Chows, and while I wouldn't call 6 litters in 20 years a lot of chows,but a fairly good sampling. Over that pe...

Posted on: 3:02:43 AM 4/23/2004

You could try what we do, which is to put out feeders and sit outside and watch them. We get endless hours of enjoyment, having coffee with them. I would like to know who would sex them to keep them as pets?:-) They are ferociously territorial so...

Posted on: 12:47:38 PM 4/10/2004

Hi; Sorry to hear about your troubles, wish it could always be a smooth road. More years ago than I would care to admit to I bred and showed chows. One of my girls, Princess, a Mi-tu's Han Su Shang grandaughter developed a uterine infect...

Posted on: 8:57:56 PM 4/5/2004

Hi Darla8; I spoke top my best buddy this morning, she is a 30 year breeder of American Cocker Spaniels. ASCOB in the US covers any solid colour other than black, right from the palest platinum, sometimes referred to as silver buff, through beige,...

Posted on: 6:26:06 PM 3/31/2004

Your breeder will probably have a whole lot of questions for you as well. Some of the questions I want answered by prospective buyers include: 1. Have you ever owned a dog before? 2. Where is that dog/s now? 3. If you lost your dog as a result o...

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