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Posted on: 10:54:52 AM 12/21/2006

I've used double sided tape for some of my foster danes. Put it around the edge of the counter. They don't like getting stuck to it.

Posted on: 12:20:09 AM 12/21/2006

I don't know any personally, but this could give you some more info.

Posted on: 11:33:20 PM 12/20/2006

It variety depending on your dogs normal temperature. It usually drops at least a degree with in 24 hours of birth.

Posted on: 10:53:42 PM 12/20/2006

You shouldn't "stud out" your dog until it's old enough, has a good temperament, has pass all health testing suggested for it's breed genetic problems, and has been proven to meet the breed standard. Then it should be done with a female pit bull no...

Posted on: 10:23:00 PM 12/20/2006

You are very welcome! I always good to see people wanting to learn before they get a puppy.

Posted on: 9:39:23 PM 12/20/2006

I would recruit the help of a positive trainer or behaviorist. Until then definitely keep her restrained while you have visitors. Personally I would never jerk her or use an ecollar to try to fix this. You need to make the visitors a positive thing...

Posted on: 8:56:27 PM 12/20/2006

He's a looker. Good luck with him in the ring! I wish everyone would find a breeder like that.

Posted on: 8:52:16 PM 12/20/2006

Volunteering is awesome! I also volunteer. Days like that are like therapy, but there will be bad days too. No matter what it's so rewarding knowing your helping the animals.

Posted on: 8:30:34 PM 12/20/2006

I would find a local or state breed club and ask them for referrals. Most reputable breeders don't place ads for their puppies because they have a waiting list. You have to search them out. Here's a few links about breeders and choosing a puppy.

Posted on: 8:23:54 PM 12/20/2006

You may want to look into the laws in your state. In most it's illegal to sell a puppy before it's eight weeks. If so in your state I would turn this "breeder" in. I know you don't want to give up the $500, but it could be saving you thousands that...

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