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Posted on: 8:50:15 PM 5/29/2005

My favorite are the folks that over use the "ask any question, anytime" policy that we have (I'm sorry but I didn't REALLY mean call at 3 AM so you could ask if it's normal that your 10 week old puppy wants to go potty in the middle of the night - ...

Posted on: 10:20:53 PM 5/27/2005

Over the last several years I have gotten better and better and reading whether people are genuine or whether they are telling you what you want to hear - although I do miss some real nut cases once and a while.

We used to just offer to...

Posted on: 11:13:18 PM 5/16/2005

I went back and re read my post and realized something. :) I consider a "deposit" to be what is given when you get on a wait list for a puppy (which most good breeders have before they breed a litter). If you are actually looking at pictures and ch...

Posted on: 5:24:36 PM 5/16/2005

The thing that most people don't know is that part of the reason that dogs prefer lower quality foods is because they are sprayed with palatable fats and preservatives. They are the equivilant of french fries. They aren't harmful if eaten in modera...

Posted on: 5:08:03 PM 5/16/2005

I agree. You want at least a 2 year guarantee. One year guarantees seem to be the average lately, but unfortunately they aren't as "pretty" as they sound because most defects don't surface until after a year. Especially in the areas of hips and pat...

Posted on: 12:26:16 PM 5/16/2005

Thanks for the link! I wonder if I wasn't including the cost of X-rays and such when that figure stuck in my head? I'll definitely have to start submitting my X-rays to the OFA. With that new knowledge I then agree that it's kind of pointless to ha...

Posted on: 1:33:59 AM 5/16/2005

IcyHound - is it really only $35 to submit to the OFA? When I printed off the cost chart for each test that they offer about 2 years ago it was right around $200 a submission on hips if you only did one dog at a time. I know they give a big price b...

Posted on: 2:57:21 PM 5/15/2005

Okay, I think testing is important and with some breeds there are certain tests that should be done in order to determine if a dog should be bred (or can be without passing on genetic problems in large numbers).

HOWEVER - I think one of...

Posted on: 9:32:16 PM 5/9/2005

Not necessarily BAD, just different and I personally feel not the quality of AKC. The one negative remark I have about APRI is that they will take limited registration papers from an AKC dog and register the dog for breeding (since they don't have ...

Posted on: 4:42:34 PM 5/9/2005

****Do you put your pups on a spay/neuter contract? You said all necessary testing is done on your dogs, could you specify? Are these dogs Vet checked on premises? Do you do all the shots and such yourselves? How do you screen potential owners? How...

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