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Posted on: 5:20:01 PM 1/19/2007

I use a regular old nail file. It takes longer, but works just like the dermel. Plus it give me and the kids some snuggly bonding time.

Posted on: 12:16:32 PM 1/19/2007

You can start showing at 6 months. There are puppy matches before then, but you don't earn points. They can't be neutered for AKC, with the exception of junior handler and veterans, not sure about UKC but I would assume itís similar. Here's a coupl...

Posted on: 10:36:03 AM 1/19/2007

What are you have you tried and what are you feeding them now? I have 4 giant dogs and my house doesn't smell. I vacuum twice a week and they get baths every other month unless they get into something nasty.

Posted on: 9:52:14 PM 1/18/2007

Pinky I think you have a lot to learn before you think of breeding. I have been involved in my breed for about 13 years and I'm just now think of possibly getting a show dog in a few years, then a few years after it has been proven to be a good rep...

Posted on: 9:04:26 PM 1/18/2007

You will probably need to feed canned or moisten his food depending on how many they pull for a few days. The mouth heals pretty quickly. I've had a couple dogs get teeth pulled and never had a problem.

Posted on: 7:45:37 PM 1/18/2007

Congratulations!! Hope they all get along and everything works out.

Posted on: 6:21:18 PM 1/18/2007

All the reputable breeders I know price everything the same, because it took just as much time and work to get all the puppies.

Posted on: 6:18:45 PM 1/18/2007

Check this out. It has lots of info.

I would think one would do well with a chi depending on the two dogs personalities. Also I would get the opposite sex ...

Posted on: 6:11:20 PM 1/18/2007

Here's some in Oregon and Washington.

Posted on: 6:04:55 PM 1/18/2007

If you get one from a reputable rescue they will disclose any health or behavioral problem they are aware of. They will want you to know everything they do about the dog to make sure it will be a good fit in your family.

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