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Posted on: 1:22:33 PM 3/25/2010

Have you checked with the colleges you're applying to? My son is in the same situation as you, and we've found out that regardless of credits, first-year students (freshman or not) if under 19 are required to either live on campus in a dorm or apartm...

Posted on: 3:30:15 PM 3/18/2010

I believe dogs are more cognizant of their surroundings than humans and may exhibit behavior that humans can interpret for good or for bad. Psychic? No. But then I don't believe humans can be psychic either. Intuitive? Yes for both species. Psychotic...

Posted on: 2:25:50 PM 3/3/2010

Regardless of allergies, IMO, no dog should be kept outside, away from the nurturing of his pack. I believe it causes more problems than it alleviates, especially if he's been raised in a home.

There are medications to help with allergies,...

Posted on: 4:17:44 PM 2/24/2010

In my experience, no. The excessive drinking would have to be mentioned to the vet so that he/she would take note.

Posted on: 1:32:49 PM 2/17/2010

Maybe I'm wrong, but I don't think an 11-week old puppy has the control yet to go through the night without relieving himself. Take him out midway through the night (no playing, directly back to his bed) for a couple of weeks and then slowly wean him...

Posted on: 1:08:35 PM 2/10/2010

Maybe she just loves veggies and fruit. Just keep it out of her reach when you don't want her to have it. Same as you'd keep t-bones (or trashed chicken bones) out of her reach. Some things are just irrestible, and all you can do is manage (rather th...

Posted on: 10:33:00 AM 2/10/2010

Let's face it. Many irresponsible pitbull breeders breed for animal-aggressive traits. So there really isn't a misconception, just an ignorance between what a responsible breeder breeds and what an irresponsible breeder breeds.

Once animal...

Posted on: 8:18:58 PM 1/27/2010

In general, yes.

Posted on: 4:20:46 PM 1/27/2010

That I cannot answer other than to say Basenji breeders tell me that Basenji eyes are so...

Posted on: 2:52:01 PM 1/27/2010

I don't know about Mastiffs, but in Basenjis, it hardly ever progresses as witnessed by ...

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