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Posted on: 9:43:32 AM 11/1/2006

Rigby 01 my heart goes out to you.
How old is your dog?
Does the state where you live have a State College Vet School? If so, discuss w/your vet if he could refer the vet there.
I'm from Wis. and there is a great Vet School here. MN ...

Posted on: 6:34:51 PM 10/31/2006

We just had our first litter of puppies and have an application for people. I do not want to come across as judgmental or "holier than thou". But, I don't think I could let one of "our babies" go to a house like that. Perhaps I'm over cautious, but...

Posted on: 6:25:29 PM 10/31/2006

A beautiful day, a beautiful lake and a beautiful dog, life just doesn't get much better than that.

Posted on: 4:15:25 PM 10/30/2006

I hunt birds, grouse and pheasants, with and without dogs.
1. What breed was it that you saw?
2. There are a number of dogs out there that are thin.
3. I have hunted w/Setters and Brits. Brits are pudgy compared to a setter. Setters ...

Posted on: 8:09:46 AM 10/30/2006

Charlie loves kiwi, eats wild rasberries off the plant. About the only thing he doesn't care for are mushrooms. Other than that he eats just about all fruits and veggies. He gets at least 2 servings a day.

Posted on: 11:49:25 PM 10/29/2006

My guy loves fruits and veggies. Please do not feed grapes or raisins. These can cause health problems. My guy loves tomatoes, pineapple, baby carrots to name just a few.
Good luck w/your new family member.

Posted on: 6:01:39 PM 10/23/2006

2 Irish setters, 12 Irish puppies and a Pembroke Corgi

Posted on: 3:55:31 PM 10/19/2006

I think you will be happy with a Corgi.....Good luck.

Posted on: 3:47:56 PM 10/19/2006

The description by PWCORGILOVER is pretty darn accurate. I still think active is subjective :-) Ellie does enjoy playing and keeping busy, but defintely not hyper or anything. And she is very sweet. I don't have alot of experience w/Corgis. But am ...

Posted on: 3:40:54 PM 10/19/2006

Active? Its a subjective term. They are highly intelligent, have a great personality, they like agility things chasing balls, herding other pets or even people. They are good natured.
Our middle daughter wanted one in the worst way and we gav...

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