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Posted on: 7:54:36 AM 8/17/2007

welcome to the world of rescue....
Some rescues get 10% off the bill and thats about it,

Just a bit of info my friend at aarrff (you can google it) just paid out $4000 last month in vet bills and feed, and has an...

Posted on: 7:43:16 AM 8/17/2007

What you saw is only the half of it... heartbreaking Yes and disgusting.
I know a lot of ppl complain about rescues charging $100 to $200 adoption fees, but this highlights one of the reasons why, not only do the fees help cover costs, th...

Posted on: 10:36:53 AM 7/28/2007

Recently we have had a couple of rabid foxes in the area so I have been taking the dogs out at night with a huge flashlight that lights up the whole area, while they pee I scan for wildlife, any skunks, foxes etc they dogs are told to hurry ...

Posted on: 9:09:19 PM 7/24/2007

Sounds like maybe you got the runt and he/she is a wee it late in developing, I personally would get some KMR 2 which is like a puppy gruel, and see how she goes with that, maybe even supplement her/him with a bottle feed. gradually add some ...

Posted on: 11:23:54 AM 7/24/2007

The way I see it is if you wish to breed dogs you do your research, you get your dog/dogs, you health test them, you train them, you show them, then you consider breeding, if and only if the are clear, and have what it takes to improve the breed.

Posted on: 10:21:22 PM 7/23/2007

Omega3 fish oil 2400mg x2 per day.

Posted on: 10:20:45 PM 7/23/2007

Where is the head banging smiley when I need it?

Posted on: 6:12:40 PM 7/22/2007

Pets where do you live and which shelter was this?
If you wish to PM me the information please do so.

Posted on: 6:03:34 PM 7/22/2007

Garlic, in small quantities, is fine for your dog. It does not have a cumulative effect as does chocolate. For example, if your dog gets into chocolate and eats a chocolate bar once, it isn't a terrible thing.....but the next time or the next time,...

Posted on: 10:12:57 AM 7/18/2007

Done as requeted however I can not change the title, please feel free to moderate it to something you feel fitting.

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