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Posted on: 6:26:52 PM 3/12/2007

Your already behind schudule. Should have had it done before the first heat cycle. But now you are going to have to watch her like a hawk. Dogs are so sneaky when they want to bred. Make an appointment for her 3 weeks from now. YOu can do it now...

Posted on: 6:23:19 PM 3/12/2007

If he does well in the car, I would not sedate him. You do not need a health certificate unless you are flying with a dog. I am sure since you are moving you will be carrying his vaccination records. Just keep them in a handy spot incase the need ...

Posted on: 6:13:59 PM 3/12/2007

If you dogs still needs some help in this department.......if you normally feed dry, just add a bit of canned, it will normally do the trick. Or ask your vet for some laxatone.

Posted on: 6:10:55 PM 3/12/2007

Bippy, I think it is too late, you are already in love. What a cutie patootie. But you can fall in love and still want to share that joy with another family when the right one comes along.

Posted on: 6:06:19 PM 3/12/2007

If a dog is deaf, it can not hear you clap your hands. Sorry, but deaf is deaf. Now my friend has a dog that knows when the front door opens, but I assure you it does not hear the door open, but does notice the change in air pressure when the door o...

Posted on: 6:01:44 PM 3/12/2007

Using a choke chain or pinch collar around the neck for training is one thing, but using a chain in place of a leash is nothing more than a gangster thing. Look at me with my big tuff pitbull. Where they busting a sag too?

Posted on: 5:22:32 PM 3/12/2007

To me using a crate is equal to using a car seat with a child. It is for their own safety. No he has not chewed up anything of value or dangerous yet. I was at the vets the other day talking to a man with his very ill lab puppy. He said he did no...

Posted on: 5:14:53 PM 3/12/2007

Just curious since you do not find having your dogs evaluated by knowledgeable peers ie. showing, do you do genetic testing of your breeding stock and your puppies produced? Do you do litter evaluations to see if your dogs are structur...

Posted on: 5:04:19 PM 3/12/2007

I believe the show was on wolfs done by the National Geograpic. And with regards to Coyotes rather than the wolf, I use to own a coyote dog cross born of a domestic dog bred in the wild.

Posted on: 4:44:13 PM 3/12/2007

It has nothing to do with being all white. There are studies regarding the piebald gene, which is in lots of breeds with spots. I will get to your training issues in a minute. First breeders should be BAER testing there dogs. BAER stands for Brai...

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