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Posted on: 4:37:48 PM 11/25/2007

Your dogs are both way too young to be bred, and from your questions, you are nowhere near ready top deal with breeding and whelping a litter... check out this site: http://www.learntobreed.com

Posted on: 4:29:34 PM 11/25/2007

First off, both Heelers and Boxers are prone to dog aggression, especially same sex aggression (male on male or female on female) I'm not sure of your dog's ages, but oft...

Posted on: 4:21:46 PM 11/25/2007

While I agree that it may be best to hold out on a new pup until everyone in your family is in agreeance, I disagree with the keeping things quiet with a new arrival... a well bred stable dog should have ZERO issues with a noisy household...I have in...

Posted on: 4:36:16 PM 11/24/2007

I have a Percheron gelding that I do trails with. Wonderful horse, great temperament...I don't think I will ever have another "regular" horse again! Just thought I would see if anybody else her shares my love of the big guys.

Posted on: 4:20:55 PM 11/24/2007

Not true at all... infact in my experience (over 10 years with bull breeds) females seemed to be more "hyper" or turned on. But, it's not really up to gender as it is individual dogs.... have your breeder temperament test thier pups to determine whic...

Posted on: 4:17:28 PM 11/24/2007

ZERO: APBT's should never be the way you describe... shy and nervy or jumpy dogs are not acceptable. Sudden movement should not frighten them, and cornering them should not lead to a bite... all these things you describe are the signs of poorly bred,...

Posted on: 4:09:43 PM 11/24/2007

First, let me just say that many bulldogs, especially puppies, are far from lazy! My English Bulldog was absolutely wired 24/7 for the first 2 years of his life. While h...

Posted on: 4:04:04 PM 11/24/2007

Is it possible that it could be soap that was never completely rinsed off? It seems starnge to be an allergy or other skin condition in just the one spot......

Soap left unrinsed can really dry out the skin and cause flakes and itchiness.....

Posted on: 3:55:05 PM 11/24/2007

A few questions....
1) What food is she on? Often times it's not skin allergies, but a food allergy. Some dogs are typically allergic to grains, but others can develop meat allergies as well (beef is the most common)
2)what "pills" were you...

Posted on: 3:47:46 PM 11/24/2007

Sometimes dogs can have an even more severe reaction to the cortizone shot and antibiotics than they did to the original allergy. I know a bulldogger who's going through this right now... her female had to go to a different vet and be put on IV fluid...

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