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Posted on: 4:27:14 PM 6/2/2006


Posted on: 3:37:19 PM 6/2/2006

Why not? You have every right to some answers, who knows if this hasn't happened before to some poor person. Good luck....sad for you!

Posted on: 2:55:49 PM 6/2/2006

Oh man, that is a hard call, I know, I have 2 kids and I can't imagine getting rid of our Chi we've had for 4 weeks, let alone 2 months!! They would heart-broken too, like I said before maybe the breeder would consider helping or paying for the sur...

Posted on: 2:46:58 PM 6/2/2006

Bummer, I would definately contact the breeder, maybe he/she will pay or split cost of surgery?

Posted on: 2:45:32 PM 6/2/2006

Thnx Riley, easy enough!!

Posted on: 1:16:20 PM 6/2/2006

Our Chi is 10 weeks old, and she LOVES to be in the spa with the kids, she whines to get in there, and they let her swim one time from one to the other then take her out...no jets are on, not heat either...then she runs around the backyard like a c...

Posted on: 12:27:54 PM 6/2/2006

Training them is unfortunately trial and error, if you've had dogs before you are lucky and have learned from past mistakes. When we lost our 9 month old Chi (hit by car) it really stunk when we got a new puppy, we were just good and done with pott...

Posted on: 4:42:09 PM 5/30/2006

We used treats to train our Chi to go potty outside, stay, come, roll over, sit, shake...........worked great and after a month or so of learning all these feats, you no longer need to bribe with the treat......every now and again we would give her...

Posted on: 4:36:36 PM 5/30/2006

Too funny, the nose to butt pic.....total LOL, still smiling!!

Posted on: 3:03:50 PM 5/26/2006

Thanks I'm gonna try that cause nothing else seems to work when she gets over aggressive. She plays super hard, gets over tired I think and just bites.....and HARD! We've tried tapping her nose with a FIRM "NO", over and over now for a week or so.....

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