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Posted on: 8:48:59 PM 11/24/2008

If the puppy is gaining weight and isn't dehydrated I'd be more inclined to say it's either overeating or a little warm. Most of my little piglets have yellowy soft stools if their mother has a lot of milk or very rich milk. I feed high quality foods...

Posted on: 8:43:59 PM 11/24/2008

That's kind of what I was saying as well lpn.

The only dogs I can vouch for 100% are the ones I bred and have raised from birth... Poorly socialized, badly handled, badly trained dogs can have awful attitudes - that doesn't mean they are ...

Posted on: 8:44:50 PM 11/22/2008

I agree with Pen - a good puppy food soaked in water... I wouldn't offer dry food until they have teeth - and even then I soak the food a little until they are 5-6 weeks old. Their teeth won't "develop" by nawing on dry kibble... they will either naw...

Posted on: 8:02:58 PM 11/21/2008

My only comment can be based on my breed and my breeding program. I have excellent quality dogs who do well in the breed ring - but I also know that most of what I breed and produce could be used to herd. In fact, I have several puppies out there tha...

Posted on: 8:39:40 PM 11/20/2008

whynot - I'm not talking about show photos being the standard for "good". I'm talking about those breeders you see who the only pictures they can send you of the parents are a dog standing in their yard, the photographer was standing up, and all you ...

Posted on: 8:18:36 PM 11/20/2008

To an extent, yes... but the problem with that concept is that it's 50/50 genetics and enviroment. If it hasn't been socialized, trained, properly cared for... those are all BIG factors as well. A breeder can't make a great dog... they CAN ruin one q...

Posted on: 2:49:19 PM 10/28/2008

Oh, I agree... As soon as I think I may be making headway on expenses, I think of something else I want to do with/for the dogs (testing, repairs, supplies). I've started just looking at things on a year to year basis. It makes me to sick to think of...

Posted on: 1:34:49 AM 10/28/2008

I love Beaucerons. They are such intuitive, sweet dogs. I got the pleasure of helping a friend handle a couple of hers back in June (she'd managed to make up the entir...

Posted on: 1:31:32 AM 10/28/2008

Renorey - I didn't think you were disagreeing with me - and I wasn't disagreeing with you... I was trying to ellaborate rather... I think you made some excellent points and I wanted to add to them. Probably a little awkwardly put on my part! S...

Posted on: 11:12:27 AM 10/27/2008

Honestly, short of taking her to court, there isn't anything you can do. And I know in my state, small claims court requires the cost of the disputed "item" to be more than $600.

Reasonable prices aren't always reasonable - they are often...

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