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Posted on: 8:26:56 AM 12/9/2005

I dont understand why people get so upset over cats in their yard. Sure they may poop on your grass, but so would every other wild animal.
I do understand that cats will sometimes get into garbage, but so will racoons and skunks, so your garb...

Posted on: 7:50:36 PM 12/4/2005

I am truely happy for you and your dog, I just wonder where all these puggles will be in 5 years when they are no longer in style, and there will be some other "new" breed that everyone wants.
Last year it was the

Posted on: 7:05:27 PM 12/3/2005

They are so cute!

Posted on: 9:14:21 AM 12/1/2005

Thanks for the recipe, I have a mini poodle with droopy ears so I often worry about infections, I will try it.

Posted on: 9:11:47 AM 12/1/2005

So cute, I love poms! My little pup is 1/2 pom and she has the BIGGEST personality!

Posted on: 9:10:00 AM 12/1/2005

She is so cute congrats. I read the other thread yesterday and I am glad you tried to educate them on spaying their dog.

Posted on: 9:08:01 AM 12/1/2005

If a teacup dog is actually one that size (sometimes they will lie and say it will be that size to get you to spend $) it will usually have many health problems like hypoglicemia (sp?) and it will greatly affect the dogs quality of life. Breeding ...

Posted on: 9:03:51 AM 12/1/2005

I have heard the exact same scam on different boards, I am glad you didn't fall for it, although I find it strange that people still do.

Posted on: 4:11:22 PM 11/30/2005

Report the store to th SPCA. The animals should not have to sit in their own excrement.
I personally do not shop in pet stores that sell animals.

Posted on: 11:57:18 AM 11/30/2005

My 14 wk old puppy is food and toy agressive. I am practicing, putting more food in her dish while she is eating to try to rectify the problem. If she has something she shouldn't and I try to take it, she will growl, so I try to "trade up" or giv...

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