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Posted on: 10:57:30 AM 12/27/2004

There are many differences between the two breeds. German Shepards tend to be thicker boned and bigger (80 pounds and up), have slanted rear angulation, come in the traditional shepard colors and can be more mild mannered. They tend to make a bette...

Posted on: 10:46:13 AM 12/27/2004

Many Diamond formulas are great. Thier Lamb and Rice and Beef and rice formulas have been rated A on the good dog food scale. I myself feed these formulas, and my dogs have done wonderfully on them.

As far as the puppy formula, as long a...

Posted on: 11:46:47 PM 12/24/2004

You have opened up a big can of worms with this question! LOL! There has always been a controversy as to who used what kind of dogs. The Alapaha was a breed formed by Lana Lou Lane from the Alapaha region of the south. The foundation of the breed i...

Posted on: 11:34:43 PM 12/24/2004

You have gotten some good info so far. Researching the breed extensively, and then researching some more is a priority. Here is a good link to Foxfire Farms that has tons of breed info, why you should and why you shouldn't buy a cas, buyer guide, ...

Posted on: 11:47:35 AM 12/21/2004

Being a breeder, I can honestly tell you not to worry. Having a litter of pups (especially during the holidays) is a very busy event. Trying to get photos of on the go wiggly puppies can be an almost impossible task! To be honest, I usually don't t...

Posted on: 11:36:56 AM 12/21/2004

As I said before, there can be some people who abuse it. The competition isn't needed, but training your dogs in pens is. Training in a controlled envirenment is safer for all involved. Every person who hunts hogs in the wild, trains thier dogs in ...

Posted on: 12:51:33 AM 12/21/2004

No problem about clearing that up. It needed to be done! As far as hunting in the wild, it generally goes something like this:

When they first start a hunt, bay dogs (3 or more) are released before the bulldogs (usually a type of hound t...

Posted on: 12:17:58 AM 12/21/2004

I feel I need to speak up about this subject as it is my breed that is being condemned. I can say that there is very little truth to that article in regards to what actually goes on. Another media driven article trying to make bullbreeds and thier ...

Posted on: 11:47:46 PM 12/20/2004

Hi Brenda. I raise, train, work and show American Bulldogs. They are a legitimate breed (have been since the early 1960's) with no other breeds knowingly bein...

Posted on: 10:34:18 PM 12/6/2004

When Breeding A Dog At Home And Delivering The Puppys Yourself Is There Alot of Work And Mess Involved Or Do The Puppys Come Out And Thats It?

Or Is It Best To Take It To a Hospital?


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