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Posted on: 3:01:45 PM 1/31/2007
That's in the raising of a dog, NOT breed disposition
hmmm, ok maybe not, but there are different opinions and people should hear them. Now, I wonder why this rule does not apply to other breeds, for example, malinois? The other breed...
Posted on: 7:19:43 AM 1/31/2007
OK, I mean FATAL attacks not just bites......and myself, I will not sell a puppy to a home with small kids.
Posted on: 8:17:45 PM 1/30/2007
Ok, maybe not all but most of herding dogs. But, the same applies to any large dog. I would really recommend, once you pick some of the breeds, call reputable breeders or contact National Club (all listed on AKC website) and get advise from the breed...
Posted on: 7:58:48 PM 1/30/2007
I would say all of herding dogs are great with kids, and most of hunting dogs too. Some toy dogs are great, as long as the kid is good with the dog LOL From the toys I would recommend
Posted on: 7:49:44 PM 1/30/2007
Please check petfinder.com as well, and do not TRY just TELL your daughter! I know it is hard, I have one too:) a daughter.....
Posted on: 6:57:00 PM 1/30/2007
yeh, sell them and save proceeds for spaying a mom and neutering a daddy! There is no reason to produce more mutts when thousands are put to sleep every day...what a shame....
Posted on: 6:50:01 PM 1/30/2007
I would say adoption fee up to $200 is pretty reasonable,
Posted on: 9:28:51 PM 1/25/2007
That sound just right. I am glad they are happy, and I hope the mom is spayed by now, or will be soon
Posted on: 8:54:39 PM 1/25/2007
Very cute pups! but, sorry they are NOT labs.
Posted on: 9:36:15 AM 1/19/2007
BATES23, there was a question for you what are those high class breeding places? can you let us know?