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Viewing all posts found for user cavashay
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Posted on: 8:42:23 AM 3/22/2007

I know theres plenty of good advice to be found here.. ive posted a question in the health catergory and i would love to hear from anyone who has any ideas.

Posted on: 8:19:28 AM 3/22/2007

I would like to hear from anyone who has come across this, or has any ideas on what the problem may be.
I havnt ever come across it before, and dont think i am over reacting!
We have an app. with her vet on Monday.
Mia was 11 months wh...

Posted on: 7:10:21 PM 12/14/2006

Im in australia, and i havnt seen that product here... dont let them just blow you off, go get em, its absolutly outrageous!
Sick em Allicat!
I give mine fresh bones as treats well really, twice a week but its always a treat!

Posted on: 6:41:57 PM 12/14/2006

if your dog is sitting there wanting your attention, and your not busy, why cant he have it?it wouldnt have to be a game, teaching tricks and basic obedience can be a lot of fun for you both, in fact its addictive!

Posted on: 6:38:49 PM 12/14/2006

Im a at home Mum, so my 4 just kick about with me all day, but that doesnt mean we do nothing! we normally do the ball thing in the morning and just generally muck about, and during the day each will get about 10 mins of "formal " obedience, just s...

Posted on: 6:01:32 PM 12/14/2006

You didnt mention what size dog you were wanting...my first thought for lap dog would be a Rotty, no kidding.
My boy's there at any opportunity!
If you wanted something a bit smaller, Cavaliers are wonderfull, very affectionate, quick lea...

Posted on: 5:48:59 PM 12/14/2006

I will always have a german shepherd, although i love so many other breeds as well! But my problem is, altho i would love to be owned by a bully, or a i wa...

Posted on: 10:45:50 AM 10/20/2006

Yep, thats how it happens with idiots like that, just keeps the ball rolling.
I get so frustrated, as no one i talk to actually knows whats going on with it, so i only can go by what info i get off the net, and half the stuff i read sounds unb...

Posted on: 10:35:02 AM 10/20/2006

i get the impression its STILL happening over there.
So they really can legally just waltz in and take ur dog?
So its not a whole country thing, diff laws for different states?
I know in qld here in Aust laws can vary shire to shire,...

Posted on: 8:12:53 AM 10/20/2006

I know this is a touchy subject, but I'm confused so i have to ask.
Here in Australia Queensland seems to be leading the bsl push, i've read so many horror stories, yet the laws dont seem to be consistant or make sense.
Im in Western Aus...

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