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Posted on: 12:03:15 AM 3/24/2006

Okay, so I'm suprised none of you've mentioned my favorite...Brad Pitt in welll...everything he's ever been in but especially Legends of the Falls....
Mel Gibson comes a close second.....I mean who doesn't love Braveheart?

Posted on: 8:03:30 PM 12/18/2005

I believe Solid Gold is a very high quality food also. It has great ingredients, my dog does great on it and I always get comments on what a healthy coat she has. Like someone said, different dogs do differently on different brands of food. Its odd...

Posted on: 2:19:52 PM 12/13/2005

Border Collie?

Posted on: 12:54:06 PM 12/4/2005

Too cute!!!! Love the costumes!

Posted on: 12:49:55 PM 12/4/2005

My parents got us a boston when I was 5. She was really mostly for my dad too because he loves the breed. She was the greatest little dog. She loved to play ball...she probably would have chased it until she collapsed if we didn't stop her, lol! Th...

Posted on: 11:27:12 AM 12/2/2005

oops. double post

***Edited By: gingerspice on 12/2/2005 11:28:44 AM***
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Posted on: 11:27:06 AM 12/2/2005

Let me just say that I don't see how jumping around from job to job everytime it becomes a little unpleasant can make someone happy. And I don't think you can compare retail or any other job to working with dealing with life and death every single ...

Posted on: 7:17:19 PM 11/16/2005

As far as the worm issue goes it is not uncommon for the mothers to pass them to their babies or for them to have them at that age. As long as you've had the vet check him over and they've given you the proper worm medicine he should be fine.

Posted on: 11:15:19 PM 11/12/2005

It will probably take a minimum of 6-8 weeks for the bone to heal, however it may take longer for her to completely use it again. When I got my dog she had a broken hip. They did surgery but it took a good 6 months before she would put weight on th...

Posted on: 8:44:59 PM 11/12/2005

To answer your question...a puppy who has had only one or two boosters is still suseptable to parvo. We wouldn't consider a puppy fully protected until they had had all their puppy shots (usually the last one at 16 weeks). But as far as it being th...

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