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Viewing all posts found for user cjgoatfarm
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Posted on: 10:30:51 PM 7/21/2006

I would go ahead and get him a basket muzzle, just to be on the safe side. Eye contact is threating to dogs and should be avoided especially the first time they meet someone new. Also, in a dog pack it is not proper to pet and sweet talk a dog un...

Posted on: 10:10:01 PM 7/21/2006

We have a chicken slaughter house in our county and the chickens are all the time falling off the trucks. So far we've rescued three of them from the middle of roads. The first one lived, but the other two were too far gone. Our first chicken li...

Posted on: 10:00:53 PM 7/21/2006

Sorry, Merico. I got my states mixed up when I posting before.

Thanks

Posted on: 9:45:15 PM 7/21/2006

bump

Posted on: 5:11:34 PM 7/20/2006

Pup Transport Needed: August 5 and 6, Claxton, GA to Lawrence, MA
Please Cross-post and Forward to Those Who Might Help

Assistance is needed to transport;
Nala is a four-month-old Basset Hound/Jack Russell mix. She is a sweet,...

Posted on: 10:15:25 PM 7/19/2006

Here's Phantom
www.dogster.com/?197259

Posted on: 10:08:37 PM 7/19/2006

LOL MajorLover
We have kiddie pools in all of our dog pens and in our goat pen. My puppy Barney is not tall enough yet to get in and he jumps up and then has to pull his back legs in behind him. Though I do usually give him a boost.

Posted on: 10:02:38 PM 7/19/2006

I have lots of rescue dogs and we always have at least one that wants to eat everyone's collar off. Right now only two of the dogs get to wear their collars all the time. Hershey a flat coated retreiver, because nobody would dare try to take her ...

Posted on: 7:11:50 PM 7/19/2006

I haven't placed any ads yet because I'm trying to decide on a time frame. This is a rescue dog that is going to its new forever home. I will be keeping in contact with each volunteer throughout the trip. We also ask for references in advance.

Posted on: 5:24:20 PM 7/19/2006

I've got a dog that needs to be transported from Georgia to Maine and need to know how much time to allow for drivers to sign up. Would two weeks be enough or should I set the date a month from now? Any suggestions welcome.

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