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Viewing all posts found for user janders894
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Posted on: 10:49:13 AM 7/20/2007

A simple not intimidating reply would be yes there will be problems for your female. Your male should not be that much bigger than your female. A few pounds in a dog that size could possibly hurt your little girl.

Posted on: 8:28:34 AM 7/20/2007

I now understand some of the definitions you all are using. I understand now that a BYB (Back Yard Breeder) is a term for a disreputable breeder. And hobbist is a person who may breed in their "what ever space," but still takes the time to test, ta...

Posted on: 8:23:05 AM 7/20/2007

Congrats! Let us know how her (and Your) first time goes!

Posted on: 8:17:40 AM 7/20/2007

Cindy, There are lots of low dander dogs that would not bother hubbys allergies as bad. A puppy with a newborn, whew! You have more guts than I. Maybe give it a few months when everything calms down. You could also ask to borrow the Chi for a day...

Posted on: 8:04:21 AM 7/20/2007

Well you asked me to tell you what I would do, so here it is honey. And if you didn't like what I said before, you are really not going to like this.
The dog only cost $250. And yet you had to take a payment plan on the dog. Hmmmmmmm. If you...

Posted on: 5:20:20 PM 7/19/2007

Oh well if "some lady" can look at your dog and tell you it is mixed, whew! Why would you ever need anyone elses advice. Fleas, ticks, and worms, while regrettable, do not an unhealthy dog make.
You have made up your mind you have been "wronge...

Posted on: 12:26:12 PM 7/19/2007

Dolphin, that was the first time I heard you say the dog was sick. If that is the case, depending on what state you live in, you can sue the mother. Parents are held legally responsible for their children in many states. If you have a contract, as...

Posted on: 11:24:14 AM 7/18/2007

All I was asking is if there was anything wrong with the dog?
Is there a medical reason you are wanting to return the dog?

Posted on: 10:59:32 AM 7/18/2007

Is there something physically wrong with the dog? You said you have a contract, did you take the dog to the vet in the allotted time? If you have a signed contract and upheld your end, the contract states your rights and responsibilities. The fact...

Posted on: 1:02:56 PM 7/16/2007

NoDogYet --- ROTFLMAO!

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