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Viewing all posts found for user arachyd1
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Posted on: 5:14:54 PM 10/15/2008

In a farm area there is a good chance of the dogs being either smooth-coated Jack Russell Terriers/Parson Terriers or rat terriers. These breeds are small, short-coa...

Posted on: 6:13:40 PM 10/11/2008

I agree with the above posters. After you dip it in something to dry it then don't touch it and don't let the dog get in any tall grass that will irritate it until it dries and stops hurting. A cut quick can be extremely painful but generally does no...

Posted on: 11:11:21 PM 10/9/2008

Chows are one of those breeds with a history of biting people without an obvious reason for the attack.

Posted on: 7:00:16 PM 10/7/2008

I believe this to be a troll post by an animal rights fanatic. It was probably intended to get people to respond in the forum with their opinions against such "training" techniques (justifiably, of course) then when people google abuse and training t...

Posted on: 6:53:56 PM 10/7/2008

Why would you want to? I'd think that would make cleaning up after her much easier than having to look all over the yard for piles. At least she isn't doing it in the house and on freezing cold days, knowing she'll go right away would be a blessing.

Posted on: 8:04:50 PM 9/30/2008

I'm starting to lean toward the Constitution Party. I'm tired of the same old same old from both Republicans and Democrats.

Posted on: 8:02:42 PM 9/30/2008

The pups should be taught and contained or rehomed. Sorry for your losses but I find it hard to gather much sympathy for your dilemma. Why would you even have a rare, irreplaceable rooster and not keep it contained and protected? Why would you expect...

Posted on: 6:32:47 PM 9/25/2008

He's beautiful!

Posted on: 11:05:45 PM 9/24/2008

I'm not signing that. She is pro-hunting. So am I. Apparently the author of the petition is not. I don't think that is enough to base a presidential voting decision on.

Posted on: 9:04:10 PM 9/22/2008

I'm going by the information on the MSDS put out by the manufacturer for Ivermectin which states the LD50 for dogs is about 80 mg/kg. That is significantly higher than what the op mentioned.

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