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Posted on: 10:52:28 AM 1/8/2007

Gorgeous boy!

Your herd sounds like mine, eclectic. My Morgan, Licorice is also a big girl at 16HH and about 1300 pounds, then we have two quarter horses, two arabs, an appaloosa (read quarterloosa) a quarterX, a paintX, and a little pin...

Posted on: 10:30:11 AM 1/8/2007

We have a QH mare here that is the reason you need to take it easy with both of your horses. She is 11 y/o and if she makes it through this winter she will be lucky, I seriously doubt she will make next winter. Both her rear knees are fused, the ve...

Posted on: 1:29:11 AM 1/6/2007

With American Cockers the biggest issue is eyes and every dog that carries Cottonwood Congressman or Mine Own Brucie in their pedigree, and that is the vast majority, cataracts are a huge issue. PRA is a very real risk as well. I would personally n...

Posted on: 11:45:23 AM 1/3/2007

First I am going to apologize in advance for ranting but this particular topic pushes all of my buttons.

I have huge problems with what I have seen over the years in the Pom ring. I don't care if it is a toy or not with the n...

Posted on: 12:27:02 AM 11/30/2006

Good luck with your baby's first clip. You need to be getting puppy used to standing on a table as well as being combed and having their feet handled. It is so much harder on the puppy if the groomer is asking them to do things that are unfamiliar ...

Posted on: 12:16:20 PM 11/23/2006

The female may develop a milk line any time after 6 weeks, usually if you can milk her and get milk you are within 7 days of delivery. Over the years I had one or 2 go 10 days but that was the longest.

You can try taking her temp, it doe...

Posted on: 10:45:03 AM 11/4/2006

Yogurt is a "pre digested" food item which is easy on the puppies stomach and it will replenish any natural flora/fauna depleted by long term diarrhea and meds. Yogurt is also a good source of nutrients.

A tablespoon twice a day at least...

Posted on: 11:24:58 AM 11/1/2006

It has been my experience over 25+ years of breeding Poms that the average purchaser doesn't really have a clue what they want.

"I want the tiniest one you have"
(This person is invariably shocked at the sight of a 10 wk old baby w...

Posted on: 12:02:13 PM 10/4/2006

The Arab- Rina goes back to Patron and Bask, 4 y/o sorrel sabino w/ 3 high whites, movement to die for. I have her on approval and I don't think she is going to make the final cut, her owner isn't asking a big price for her. She is one of a herd of...

Posted on: 7:18:32 PM 9/30/2006

schoolbus gal, do you have firsthand experience with mules?

Would love to ask you some questions if you do. I'll check back later and post a separate thread if the answer is yes.

I think it would be great to have another littl...

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