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Viewing all posts found for user butterflykisses
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Posted on: 12:35:39 AM 3/26/2010

I bought a AKC/ASCA registered female australian shepherd at 6 months old, she is now 9 months old. I cannot get along with her, she doesn't listen, will no...

Posted on: 12:11:47 AM 12/30/2009

I didn't know that is what they referred to them as. That is pretty cool! We are in the South Dakota area and there are a ton of dogs named Koda, Dakota, Lakota, and all variations....I had a female named Kody...would like to steer clear of that...th...

Posted on: 2:13:16 AM 12/28/2009

Oh, I also like country/western names....but nothing too cheesy! Unique is best! I just can't seem to think of a fitting name!

Posted on: 2:07:36 AM 12/28/2009

I just got a female australian shepherd today and they have been calling her "Aussie", but I just don't think the name fits...let me know if you have any su...

Posted on: 1:23:49 AM 11/15/2009

I will agree with Golden Retrievers, and I will put a plug out for the

Posted on: 1:12:34 AM 11/15/2009

Just thought I would pop in for an update,and a question. I just got a new aussie female "Charley", she is 4 months old and is very active. However I do believe she spent very little time outdoors because I have having a little trouble getting her to...

Posted on: 2:16:43 AM 5/8/2009

Inevitably you are going to assume that whatever is said I i'll not be quite as good as you, so go ahead think it. I could give 2 lifetime guarantees, +1, infinity, but how old are we??? haha. I guarantee the way I do and you do it the way you do...l...

Posted on: 4:18:29 PM 5/7/2009

Thank you! I do try to breed back to back as long as they are in good physical condition and my puppies are healthy and so are my bitches. Thanks for your input.

Posted on: 3:02:03 AM 5/7/2009

Don't get your panties in a bunch!! She is almost 4yrs and had a litter at 2 1/2yrs and 3yrs(which is probably a mortal sin to you) It turns out we, not her, just missed a heat, she was staying with a family friend because we were moving and she does...

Posted on: 5:17:46 PM 4/21/2009

Possibility...yes. I haven't had any trouble in the past with this. I know when my dogs are physically ready to carry and raise a litter...I don't just do it for fun. I take my breeding seriously. If my dogs are not in top shape they don't breed...Th...

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