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Posted on: 11:04:00 PM 7/11/2006

He sure is cute! But I see some terrier or something mixed with chi!

Posted on: 7:30:01 PM 7/11/2006

Prehaps a nice small tank with goldfish would be better.

Posted on: 12:46:14 AM 7/11/2006

As far as the crate maybe try leaving some "special toys" in there. Toys he shouldn't be allowed to take out so it is a more enjoyable exerience when he is in it.

The first couple days are the worst. The more you can ignore it the bett...

Posted on: 12:25:58 AM 7/11/2006

Thought I should add - the box you have may be a fun place for your pup to dig. We have a sandbox for our dogs and they enjoy digging in it and it is better there than elsewhere in the yard.

We throw all their toys in there to make it...

Posted on: 12:23:59 AM 7/11/2006

We don't even water the area and have no problems.

Maggie used to go to "Pooh's Corner" to do her pooping (hence the name) but sadly she got out of the habit.

Hannah goes wherever she feels like.

We got a Dog Septic...

Posted on: 11:49:01 PM 7/10/2006

Hannah has lost almost all her baby teeth (in fact they may all be out by now) she is a 5 month basset.

I must admit she incredibly silly when the 2 front big teeth came in. I couldn't stop laughing- I called her bunny all day.

Posted on: 12:19:33 AM 7/10/2006

I love each of my babies for their unique different ways!

Maggie (2 yr) is so fun loving and eager to love everyone. Big kissey girl! Takes wonderful care of her little sister too with no problems!

Hannah (5 mon) is quiet an...

Posted on: 10:50:10 PM 7/9/2006

Such beautiful puppies!!

Look like a load of fun(or work whatever)-LOL!

Posted on: 6:03:58 PM 7/9/2006

My vet insists on checking yearly - which I have no problem with.

He also strongly suggests to keep them on year round since he feels the mosquitos can live in the house and get them that way. We do give them a break Dec and Jan and ...

Posted on: 2:50:53 PM 7/9/2006

You are doing your dog a better service by giving them heartworm prevention and skipping the yearly vacs- except rabies of course.

More damage is done by the overuse of vaccinations then the actual prevention of heartworm. Dogs die from...

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