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Posted on: 8:54:14 PM 9/5/2007

Middle school math teacher

Posted on: 2:05:18 PM 8/9/2007

I'd get him enrolled in an obedience class...if he's doing this well, I'd kick it up a notch and get heel and off leash work done now. Good luck, sounds like a great pup!

Posted on: 6:12:49 PM 8/8/2007

Absoultely...and fast!

Posted on: 2:35:54 PM 8/7/2007

I hope that each of us that reads this thread is smart enough to do some research and make an informed decision for themselves. I am a constant contributor to the HSUS and was shocked by what I read. Could it be true? Nope - doesn't look like it. ...

Posted on: 10:47:12 AM 7/9/2007

Well, I did take the time to email each one asking about their males current health clearances...maybe I'll hear back and can help educate them about waiting until they have these necessary tests or abstaining from breeding all together...here's hopi...

Posted on: 10:17:09 AM 7/9/2007

Ok, I get that not everyone can know everything there is to know about responsible breeding, but is it too much to expect that they do a little research before breeding their dogs? There are at least 4 males listed for stud on the Lab page that are ...

Posted on: 9:33:54 AM 3/9/2007

Say NO! to greenies...these somewhat popular bones are killing our beloved pets...they are dangerous and have killed many dogs, especially smaller breeds...they are even being sued by owners whose dogs have become sick or died after eating them...be ...

Posted on: 1:48:53 PM 12/15/2006

What a sad story. It sure is true that many pet stores put profit before the pup's health. In addition to legal recourse, I encourage you to file a claim aginst them through the Better Business Bureau. This can be done online and may stop other ...

Posted on: 8:56:23 AM 11/27/2006

With all those bulbs hanging on the bottom...I'll guess 22!

Posted on: 3:11:19 PM 11/20/2006

The rule of thumb is the number of months plus one is the amount of time MAX to leave your pup alone in a crate...so if you have a 9 week old , he is 2 months +1 = 3 hours max. I would suggest gating off part of your house like the kitchen where h...

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