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Posted on: 4:17:36 PM 6/19/2005

Hi, I know the Hearing Ear dog program out of Oregon uses rescue dogs, the ones that do not make it are put in pet homes. I have seen some service dogs that are mixes, like lab/golden etc., but I don't know if they breed these on purpose or just ...

Posted on: 6:53:16 PM 6/18/2005

That is so cute. I sent it on to a few people, they all said it made their day!

Posted on: 4:34:19 PM 6/18/2005

You might try research on Schnauzer Comedo Syndrome

Posted on: 2:44:59 PM 6/18/2005

Colliegirl, what happened with your bitch? Did you take her to the vet?

Posted on: 10:58:46 PM 6/17/2005

I have had Japanese Bobtails in the past. My last one Patti, vanished after getting outside after we moved from WA to NE.

The ones I bought cost $400 plus $200 to be shipped (ironicaly) from IA to WA.

Posted on: 12:48:40 PM 6/17/2005

I have had my Poms shaved before, they love it! They come bouncing and twirling out of the groomers and do a mad case of the "zoomies" when we get home.

Posted on: 10:44:29 PM 6/16/2005

I don't think a green discharge after breeding is normal. You should take her to the vet.

How many weeks ago was she bred?

Posted on: 7:57:00 PM 6/16/2005

You should get a book on dog breeds or just use the internet to research. You might want to go to a dog show to see the various breeds in person.

Of course, you should check your local humane society to see what is available. Petfinder...

Posted on: 5:45:09 PM 6/16/2005

You need to check into your local animal shelter. Try Petfinder.com

Posted on: 4:20:42 PM 6/16/2005

My Poms get the "zoomies" too.

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