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Viewing all posts found for user emmab
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Posted on: 9:46:29 AM 12/6/2010

spoke to this women who deals with hte bullgreyhound and she says change the food to a cheap one, the breeder feed them food with low nutrition and protein and weve feed her high stuff so weve got 2 keep her quite for a while and fingers crossed shel...

Posted on: 4:12:50 AM 12/5/2010

tried emailing u but ur inbox is full emma.

Posted on: 4:11:28 AM 12/5/2010

shes a bull grey hound, shes fine then after 10-20 mins of playing around the leg goes.. thanks

Posted on: 4:40:58 AM 12/4/2010

ok thanks for the advice, would like a few mre opinions.

Posted on: 4:11:48 PM 12/3/2010

hi my 9 week old pup has bow forunt legs, the vets said all i can do is wait to see if shel get any better. im just wondering if i can do any thing to help it?

Posted on: 9:07:00 AM 10/28/2006

Well thanks for all the comments youv'e all left, youv'e certainly given me a lot to think about, youv'e all been really helpful!

Posted on: 10:34:33 AM 10/27/2006

Cheers, will do! Have found quite a lot of information stating the advantages of in-breeding (such as fixing wanted traits), so I will bear that in mind

Posted on: 9:43:57 AM 10/27/2006

Hi. I'm doing a specialist project as part of my college course and I have decided to do it on in-breeding dogs, the reasons why breeders do it and the problems associated with it. I was wondering what is everybodys opinion on this subject? Thanks!...

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