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Posted on: 6:58:46 PM 11/10/2008

I would love to see them adopt one whose breeds are so mixed they cannot be identified. That way the only boost will be to the dogs in shelters of any breed and breeders of a specific breed will not be encouraged to start breeding extra in anticipati...

Posted on: 6:40:32 PM 11/10/2008

Kate is a very good name. I like Cricket too since they are such active dogs.

Posted on: 6:37:34 PM 11/10/2008

I agree with the possibility that the problem is caused by the dog's food. An almost unbelievable number of dogs these days have allergies to various food ingredients and show symptoms of hair loss, gunky ears, rashes, lack of energy, generally poor ...

Posted on: 6:27:48 PM 11/10/2008

I'd go in a different direction and say "myriad" (means many, varied, heckuva lot, etc.).

Posted on: 9:20:04 PM 10/30/2008

He could be a mixed Chesapeake Bay Retriever. They have a wavy, short coat and look sort of between a lab and a golden. They also have a bit of an oily ...

Posted on: 5:10:42 PM 10/25/2008

Montana Four by Four

Posted on: 7:03:15 PM 10/21/2008

I assume the vet has already called you back and the bleeding has stopped. If not, or if it happens again just douse the quick in flour, cornstarch or my preference - alum. This will help it dry and stop the bleeding. Don't touch it at all because it...

Posted on: 11:07:30 PM 10/19/2008

You didn't say what type of breed the dog looks like. The reason they sent it home with adult dog food is that many large breed pups develop bent legs from being fed puppy food. They eat a lot and pack on muscle and fat that their skeletons can't kee...

Posted on: 9:58:14 PM 10/17/2008

Is the hound actually hurting the pup? Our hounds display their dominance in the pack order with posturing and being loud but don't actually hurt the other dogs in their pack. They tend to be very vocal rather than fight. They are bred to be dog-frie...

Posted on: 5:24:49 PM 10/15/2008

You didn't give a lot of details but I assume you are trying to get the dog used to being bathed in a tub. Don't turn the water on to wash after putting the dog in the tub. Fill the tub with warm water first and then put the dog in it after it is ful...

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