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Posted on: 9:41:10 PM 4/30/2009

Shelties as a breed in general do well with cats.

However, your best bet is to find a breeder who raises her puppies with at least one cat in the house. My puppies are very kind and respectful to cats - but that's because my housecat has ...

Posted on: 12:29:04 PM 4/29/2009

I think it depends on the breeder - and maybe the breed. Honestly, the general public would have a lot easier time finding a GOOD breeder is more advertised better. As a pet owner, I found the best breeders unapproachable. They didn't answer their e-...

Posted on: 12:06:27 PM 4/29/2009

An orphan puppy can be hand raised to be a normal dog... however it should be done by a knowledgeable breeder. I know breeders who have lost the mother of the puppies shortly after she whelped them and the litter needed to be hand raised. I also have...

Posted on: 12:50:56 AM 4/9/2009

APRI has always used a similar method to encourge people to use their registry... they'll take an AKC registered dog and "duel register" it with APRI for free... Litter regs are a lot cheaper too... And they used to say (not sure if they still do) on...

Posted on: 12:46:56 AM 4/9/2009

It's important for Sheltie breeders to OFA Hips. In lines where the breeders religiously OFA you'll find the occurance of hip displaysia is almost zero... but it's prevenlent from breeders who don't test. Conformation in Shelties is a HUGE deal. It's...

Posted on: 11:30:49 PM 4/6/2009

May I point out that the OP doesn't define "a lot"... my idea of a lot of hair and someone elses idea of a lot of hair may be different... For me, Shelties don't shed "a lot" - Labs do :)... but to a Poodle person, a Sheltie is going to shed like gan...

Posted on: 5:46:01 PM 4/6/2009

Depends on what the terms of the sale were... On most of my boys they were purchased with the agreement that the breeder maintains stud rights - so they can use them at any point without paying a stud fee.

And I would assume you're respon...

Posted on: 5:44:08 PM 4/6/2009

Diet can play a big role in shedding. If you're feeding a lower quality food, they usually shed more. Also, intact females tend to shed a lot more then males or spayed females.

Frequent bathing and a good diet help a lot. As does being sp...

Posted on: 5:41:38 PM 4/6/2009

A lot of the reason I decided to handle most of my own dogs and am so passionate about getting out to shows myself is because you learn SO much that way. I love the different seminars available at some of the specialties - and getting to talk with br...

Posted on: 8:26:45 PM 4/5/2009

Awww... a question I can help with!

I am currently working for a pro handler (she mainly just shows Shelties, but does occasionally take on another breed).

Here's the perks to a pro -
1) They know the judges - therefore th...

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