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Posted on: 9:29:14 AM 1/6/2007

"Those of you that are too ingorant to know what a a Hybrid is It is the cross between two purebreeds."

A hybrid is a cross of two different species. Like a horse and donkey to get a mule or a wolf and dog to get a wolf/dog. Breeding two...

Posted on: 9:06:42 AM 1/6/2007

Not trying to rain on your parade, but by saving these dogs you and your family are probably dooming many more. Breeders like this obviously only care about the money they are getting and you gave it to them. They will just keep producing and linin...

Posted on: 7:56:22 PM 1/5/2007

It would be best to find a mentor close to you. First you need to get a good dog from a reputable breeder with a good pedigree, a dog that is going to help improve the breed. Then you need to show it or work it (and do well) to prove it's a good re...

Posted on: 1:30:02 PM 1/5/2007

"How many breeders do you think get any type of notification or option to take the puppy back? My guess is very very few."

Any good breeder is going to want to keep in touch with the new parents. So even if the buyer doesn't tell t...

Posted on: 1:15:00 PM 1/5/2007

If it was just once I wouldn't worry about it. Dogs puke for all sorts of reasons. He could have drunk too much at once, ran around and shook up his belly or many other things. I don't worry about puking unless it happens a few times.

Posted on: 12:09:50 PM 1/5/2007

Here's a link to the chic site. Pick the breed your looking at getting and it will tell you suggested test for it with links on more info for each test. The parents should also have these test done before breeding so you breeder should be able to g...

Posted on: 11:57:06 AM 1/5/2007

I wouldn't go for a guarantee that is 2 years or less. You can't test for most problems until they are 2 then your guarantee is up. Also I would look for one that will not make you return you pup and some offer to reimburse vet cost up to the price...

Posted on: 11:51:21 AM 1/5/2007

Good for you! I've fostered for 8 years and it's wonderful. Of course the bad cases you see and having to give them up can be hard, but it's all worth it when you get to see them go to a loving family that will love of them for the rest of their li...

Posted on: 11:47:29 AM 1/5/2007

We have a ton of puppies being turned in too. Just while I was there Tuesday people brought in 6 because they are messing in the house and 15 because it they were unwanted gifts. So who know how many more we've got since then.

Posted on: 11:42:36 AM 1/5/2007

An animal for a gift is usually never a good idea. Are you sure they really want a dog? If so you could go to the shelter and get an adoption coupon for them. That way they get a dog, but can pick it out them selves. I know if I was going to add an...

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