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Posted on: 9:31:25 PM 12/28/2006

I raise Shiba Inus

Posted on: 8:48:13 PM 12/28/2006

Good luck, what a beautiful girl! She looks like a sweetheart!

Posted on: 8:45:22 PM 12/28/2006

Sorry, I never heard that from my vet or the breeders who mentored and are mentoring me, and they are "good" reputable show breeders, so maybe it is not so common, or maybe not where I live.

Posted on: 8:31:46 PM 12/28/2006

I guess that would be very high for me, but it depends on the size of the dog

Posted on: 8:28:22 PM 12/28/2006

Congratulations! Beautiful pups! BTW, why do you need to go to a vet with newborn pups? If there is everything ok, I would never go just for a check up. It is a risk too.

Posted on: 3:02:33 PM 12/28/2006

absolutely beautiful, thanks for sharing!

Posted on: 11:19:05 AM 12/28/2006

You should understand that there is no BREED puggle, it is mix of two different breeds and their offsprings will never be alike. Some will be more beagle, the others mo...

Posted on: 11:41:21 PM 12/27/2006

Well, I do not know much about those large breeds...but I believe, if there is a food for large breeds there must be a reason for it, and probably many scientists, vets and breeders helped to develop it...
Now, regarding wolves.. they are not ...

Posted on: 10:58:48 PM 12/27/2006

you should feed any premium puppy food for large breeds, BTW, you cannot avoid HD by feeding a dog any special food, HD is a genetic disease

Posted on: 8:51:32 PM 12/27/2006

you should contact your county where you live, many offer free or low cost spay/neuter programs

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