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Posted on: 1:16:05 AM 5/1/2005

We have a couple of litters of sheltie puppies right now (all our girls like to have puppies in groups so we have several litters and then it is 9 months to a year before have more... It's annoying :). One of the litters is 10 days older than anot...

Posted on: 1:04:41 AM 5/1/2005

ltlgto - We use Science Diet and I'm really happy with it. It works really well for my dogs and my vet (who I trust thoroughly) recommends it (and feeds her own 6 dogs it as well). I did consider Eukanuba at one point. I was using Iams when we firs...

Posted on: 3:03:17 PM 4/30/2005

***You are probably going to say to find a breeder through the breed club, dog shows, referrals, etc., but letís get real here. The demand for pure bred dogs far exceeds the amount of dogs that these venues can produce. And the price that many of t...

Posted on: 2:11:19 AM 4/30/2005

Okay Lucina - I charge $450-495 for limited registration and $750 for full registration. I sell maybe one out of every 15-20 puppies on full registration so the majority of my puppies go on the limited price. I do all of my own vaccinations (using ...

Posted on: 11:14:06 PM 4/28/2005

I live in South Dakota (so midwest) and a neuter at my vet is $150 and a spay is close to $250 (pain meds included in both). We recently placed a female puppy that want to a family in a suburb of New York City and her spay was $350. A neuter on one...

Posted on: 10:50:45 PM 4/28/2005

Okay alicat1 - how much socialization do you do with your puppies? I can't believe you said that breeding isn't a lot of work? Do you just whelp the litter and then make sure none of them are dead each morning? For me it is a full time job (and by ...

Posted on: 3:14:42 PM 4/28/2005

Okay, hopefully this will help you and people will really think I'm nuts. :)

I breed Shetland Sheepdogs and within the last year have gotten 3

Posted on: 2:50:16 PM 4/28/2005

lucina - not that I think your view is "wrong" - but don't you think that you are making it really easy for folks to do something that shouldn't be easy? That should be a well thought out decision? Do you explain to the folks that adopt you puppies...

Posted on: 2:10:04 PM 4/28/2005

MyShadow summed up a good majority of my opinion, but I will elaborate a bit more on my personal practices.

I breed Shetland Sheepdogs. Shelties h...

Posted on: 10:34:34 PM 4/27/2005

I can answer #1 & #2

#1.) I would say whichever place she feels more comfortable. Depending on the breed, some take more time to warm up to a new family. If she is happy in your lap then I think it is always good to establish your self a...

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