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Posted on: 12:17:33 PM 9/14/2010

I agree with Breezyridge, that the weight gain was probably not due to spaying, but lack of exercise. I own 2 gundogs (brittanys). They were both spayed around 6 months. Maggie, the older of the two at 5 years old, is in perfect shape! But she get...

Posted on: 7:14:16 AM 9/14/2010

If you did "research", you wouldn't be breeding dogs that are given to you, or dogs that someone else no longer wanted. Do you even know what diseases/health problems minpins are prone to? Have you ever been to any shows, talked to any "real" breed...

Posted on: 10:32:21 PM 9/13/2010

Well, I'm glad they didn't listen to you and have his teeth pulled and have him debarked.

Posted on: 12:14:02 PM 9/13/2010

Well, this is the same breeder who gave a dog to her "selfish" niece, and is now recommending the dog "have his teeth pulled and be debarked"...so what do you expect? Selfish niece gets rewarded with a dog that she doesn't properly care for, and it ...

Posted on: 8:36:36 AM 9/11/2010

You say you hunt whenever you can, and yet you posted it in the "cat talk" area. Do you mean you hunt for mice whenever you can?!!!

Posted on: 11:03:46 PM 9/4/2010

Ok, what the heck is an "oorang" airedale? I know airedales are normally 45-50lbs, so I'm trying to figure out how you have one that is 100lbs and "still growing"???

"As I am nearly 70 and weigh less than twice his body weight..."
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Posted on: 7:32:30 PM 9/2/2010

How old are you, and who is paying this vet bill?

Posted on: 9:39:37 PM 8/23/2010

well as a dog owner myself it verry easy if u do good with poping their snout. when you see him peeing on the pee pads give him a treat and say good puppy. when they pee on somthing they aren't supposed to rub there nose i...

Posted on: 5:41:28 PM 8/22/2010

Common sense would tell me to keep the dog crated when he is home alone.

Posted on: 8:19:58 PM 8/15/2010

We never had a problem with it. Each dog has to "earn" the right not to be crated. We never left ours alone uncrated till they were each close to 1 year old. We weren't worried about accidents-they each were perfectly reliable about housetraining....

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