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Posted on: 10:15:25 PM 8/12/2008

To answer the original question, the reason behind the amount of "Puggles" in the shelters is because of irresponsible backyard breeders and puppymills mass producing them because they became the biggest/newest fad a few years back. The people who p...

Posted on: 3:43:18 PM 8/1/2008

Pope - best of luck on your wedding (completely off topic, but c'est la vie!).

Wiley and PuggleBaby - you two are freaks!! LMFAO!!

Posted on: 11:03:09 PM 7/29/2008

Rottluvr wrote: "I saw it at Walmart (what does that tell you) and it's not the worst food they sell. If someone decides to feed their dog that instead of the Ol'roy crap then I guess it a good thing."

No Rottluvr, that would be if ...

Posted on: 5:40:12 PM 7/29/2008

I currently have no where else to post about this...ahem....


Apparently, she's donating some of the proceeds to ...

Posted on: 11:25:00 PM 7/28/2008

Oh good grief you two!!

Ya's gotta bring THAT, here?!?! LMFAO!!

Tylynda, does your gf here know that you proposed over private message?? LOL!!

Posted on: 10:58:43 PM 7/28/2008

One of my cats is polydactyl - it's very cute, but SHOULD NOT be a selling point or a reason to breed your cat.

FROM EXPERIENCE, having a cat with extra toes can lead to HUGE issues with the extra claws growing in thicker and faster then t...

Posted on: 10:49:14 PM 7/28/2008

a lot of foods out there have "all stages" - amount of food given depends on the age/nutritional need of the animal.

I had an older cat and a kitten at the same time once - and the same thing happened - the kitten ate the adult food and th...

Posted on: 10:44:34 PM 7/28/2008

I'd actually try to capture her, keep her secure some place, and allow her to have the kittens in a place where you KNOW they will stay (a barn is a very large place - and a mother cat will move her kittens several times until she feels they will not...

Posted on: 10:12:53 PM 7/28/2008

I'm with rottluvr and catlover!

Not only is it irresponsible for your "friend" to give your daughter a puppy without your (and your husband's) permission (definately trying to get rid of the pups!). But I feel that it's extremely irrespons...

Posted on: 9:57:45 PM 7/28/2008

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I just subscribed today!!

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