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Posted on: 12:23:24 AM 8/17/2008

How did her eyes CERF?

Posted on: 11:31:16 PM 8/15/2008

The better questions to ask :

WHY do you want to breed your lab? What does she have to offer that other breeders with champion dogs, all their health testing, and experience don't already have that they are breeding? What makes her more s...

Posted on: 7:20:04 PM 8/14/2008

"The above I disagree with 100% if she has 3 of your dogs, perhaps that is too many for her area. I cannot condone debarking. If you want a silent (for the most part) breed, get a basinji."

Definitely no...

Posted on: 2:11:13 AM 8/14/2008

I think Heather kind of hit the nail on the head - back in the 70's Cocker Spaniels were the big "thing". This of course made every puppymill in the country start...

Posted on: 6:24:04 PM 8/12/2008

From the experience of a breeder - dogs who don't cycle normally also tend to be a lot more prone to having difficulties in their pregnancy and whelping. It's often a hormone inbalance that causes this - which makes carrying a normal, healthy litter ...

Posted on: 1:11:04 AM 8/12/2008

To assert dominance or "alpha" status over him. She's simply trying to announce she's the boss. It's normal. You can definitely discourage it - but there is nothing wrong with her.

Most people don't realize females in a lot of breeds actu...

Posted on: 12:58:51 AM 8/11/2008

Spaying does reduce the risk of mammary cancer pretty dramatically.

I would wait until you plan to have her next dental cleaning done and have the vet do both at the same time - the spay and cleaning - that way she only has to be put unde...

Posted on: 12:53:55 AM 8/11/2008

In some breeds, the stress from food, water, or environment change can cause blood in the stool. Shelties are one of those breeds with really sensitive stomachs.

You said you're feeding dry food your vet recommended - is it different from...

Posted on: 12:45:53 AM 8/11/2008

Drogheda - It stinks that you're in a breed that things are that political. I'm sorry. That makes me sad.

I think my big question would be - without everything you've been through, do you think you would still be breeding the same quality...

Posted on: 1:53:59 PM 8/10/2008

You can be a good breeder and not show... it's just a lot harder. I don't think it's about the title. It's about being part of a community you can work with. You could just be a member of your breed club, local AKC chapter, or local obedience club. ...

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