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Viewing all posts found for user Windy Valley
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Posted on: 12:47:59 PM 1/3/2009

Is there any particular reason your mixed breed dog is bred? Please tell me you did not do this on purpose!!!!1

Posted on: 9:47:05 PM 1/1/2009

First off let me start by saying that a puggle IS NOT A BREED. It is a cutsie name made up by someone for a mutt, mongel or other wise mixed breed of dog. So to pay $$ for a mixed dog is just plain nuts in my opinion. There are many mixed breed do...

Posted on: 9:38:47 PM 1/1/2009

I think a Golden would be your best choice as well. But still would not rule out all the terrier breeds as someone else posted. Yes my dogs do hunt, but also have worked in nursing homes and with kids. I actually have placed a pup with a family wh...

Posted on: 1:24:32 PM 12/27/2008

Uhhhh, mastitis, mamory gland tumors/cancer. Can't understand why a female of 10yrs of age would not be spayed already. You need to get her to a vet for a check up ASAP.

Posted on: 1:21:21 PM 12/27/2008

TAke her to the vet ASAP. And my suggestion to you if you don't know what your doing with regards to breeding, you need to stop. If you do not get this dog to a vet right away she could be in serious trouble. THINK BEFORE YOU BREED.

Posted on: 1:11:17 PM 12/27/2008

There should be a recomendation on the bag of food according to your dogs size. They can vary from food to food. The higher quality food the lesser the amount given. You want the puppy to be in good flesh without being fat. So adjust accordingly ...

Posted on: 3:09:25 PM 12/16/2008

The main reason for waiting to breed after 2 years of age is so that the dog can reach full maturity and all genetic testing can be done prior to breeding. Although the testing is not done, you can still have a CERF test preformed on both parents ey...

Posted on: 4:19:10 PM 12/15/2008

Renorey, if a dog is certified as a service dog it does not have to fly in a crate or in the luggage compartment no matter what the size of the dog.

Posted on: 4:10:30 PM 12/15/2008

Here is the deal with Turkey. Dogs can eat it raw with no issues. If you cook it, do not feed them the skin. Feeding the skin can cause pancretitis.
Garlic is fine for dogs, I have used it for years when I cook liver to use for bait in the ...

Posted on: 1:27:24 PM 12/14/2008

I realized after I posted that your dog was a poodle. So since it is a standard there is no way to bring a crate in cabin. My dog fits into a carrier that will fit under a seat and a 200 crate. I have a fold up one that will fit into my luggage. ...

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