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Posted on: 7:44:52 PM 3/27/2004

We used to use a product acalled Ovaban years ago, but what that does is to stop the cycle and put it off until you stop the pills. I would not reccommend it as we used it on cats and it would eventually cause hormone imbalances which would necess...

Posted on: 8:19:46 PM 3/26/2004

My son and his wife have; Hemi, named for the old Dodge engine Sylvan Hobs, short for hobgoblin Indigo Blue I have; Chester Gravy, (I didn't do that) Mehitabel, from the stories of archy the cockroach by Don Marquis Passed are; ...

Posted on: 2:29:43 AM 3/25/2004

Savanna; I would like to suggest a book that might be helpful if you can find a copy. The New Pomeranian, Sari Brewster Teitjen. It is published by Macmillan. This books has some excellent illustrations showing what our Poms looked like eve...

Posted on: 1:10:50 AM 3/22/2004

Molly and Bruce, my friend's Irish Setters are notorious face-burpers. Molly is the worst. Her favourite thing after ambushing me with an armpit wash in cold water and slobber, is to nibble on my chin ever so gently, kiss it equally politely, then p...

Posted on: 12:21:43 AM 3/22/2004

Are you prepared for the possibility that as a result of you making a decision that there is a very real possibility that the dog you consider your friend and companion might die? It doesn't happen every time , or even most of the time but it doe...

Posted on: 6:12:50 PM 3/21/2004

I would agree that you need to talk to your vet about this. Where do you have the puppies... in a whelping box, in a crate? Do they have a source of warmth? I use a heating pad on low slid in between 2 or three sections of a newspaper unde...

Posted on: 1:44:36 AM 3/18/2004

I essentially agree with the assesment of the rest of those who have responded as to what makes a backyard breeder; no testing, no knowledge of what constitutes a good representative of their breed, poor husbandry (concern for the well being of b...

Posted on: 7:49:21 PM 3/9/2004

Hi, I have been breeding poms for many years, I would not pretend to have all of the answers, and certainly not more than your vet, but maybe I can add a different way to look at this. How are you presenting the comercial food to her? Dry? Moist...

Posted on: 10:40:05 PM 3/2/2004

Chi, I think that you are to be commended for your desire to be a responsible breeder. I think though that you would do well to consider the implications of what you have stated that you guarantee. If you are not careful you are going to ...

Posted on: 5:14:27 PM 3/1/2004

If you go to the AKC you will be able to pull up the breed standard for your dog. Part of that standard will tell you how they are to be groomed to be shown. Your groomer may be getting overly enthusiastic trying to tidy up your dog, or t...

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