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Posted on: 12:30:26 PM 12/20/2006

I don't get a kick out of it as the subtitle suggests. I find it completely disgusting that people would purposely breed mutts!

Posted on: 12:40:58 AM 12/19/2006

I would stay away from a cockapoo or any other mix unless it was from the shelter, because you are supporting bad breeding. If you still must get it I would crate train it. I would never use a pee pad, because even though it knows to go there it's ...

Posted on: 12:35:20 AM 12/19/2006

Get her spayed and it won't matter when she comes into heat.

Posted on: 12:30:40 AM 12/19/2006

I would never give that many shots to a puppy at once or "sets" of shots. My dogs have all gotten one parvo at 12wks, one distemper at 14wks, and the rabies that are required by law. Their titers have all show they still have imunity and the oldest...

Posted on: 12:10:17 AM 12/19/2006

Well danes can bring on a lot of attention because they’re so big, but the dogs and I don't mind petting as long as they ask first. Two of my girls are deaf and it pisses me off when people just come out of nowhere touching them. It sometimes start...

Posted on: 11:44:12 PM 12/18/2006

Getting Purina is no better food than the dollar store brand. It's just a bigger name. Check out http://www.dogfoodproject.com/ on how to choose a good food. Feed less and exercise more. ...

Posted on: 4:55:39 PM 12/18/2006

It can work, but it would be much easier with a male. I have three females and they get along wonderfully, and one male that has major same sex aggression issues (hence the three girls). It all depends on the personality of each dog and your abilit...

Posted on: 5:44:45 PM 12/14/2006

My two great danes are awesome lap dogs!

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