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Posted on: 5:40:24 AM 7/15/2010

First sensible thing you said so far.

Whenever people say they want a wolf, what they are basically after is a dog that looks like a wolf, not one that behaves like a wolf. In that case, there are several breeds that will meet that need. <...

Posted on: 4:59:31 PM 7/13/2010

banning pet stores sales may sounds an enticing proposition, one that I probably would have loved to see becoming a reality in my breeding days, but when ever I see things like this, I can't help but think of the "Then they came for me" cliche and it...

Posted on: 1:15:11 AM 7/11/2010

I read that it is being considered in San Francisco. A total ban on sale of all pets other then fish by anyone, not just pet stores, within the city limits.

If it goes through and become a law in one city, it wont be long before it will s...

Posted on: 5:42:51 AM 7/10/2010

The cause of their diarrhea could also be in part due to other opportunistic organism that exacerbate the problem. Got to hit it with everything in your disposal.

I would add Metronidazole, Fenbendazole and neomyocine to your treatment. <...

Posted on: 5:25:15 AM 7/4/2010

My theory for that is Toxoplasma Gondii.

The stench is an aphrodisiac. The stinkier the better.

Posted on: 4:43:42 AM 6/24/2010

since you said your yard and dogs are treated for ticks, i am guessing there is a good reason for that and ticks are a problem in your area. All it can take is one tick in the right place to cause a paralysis like what you describe.
search your ...

Posted on: 4:19:09 AM 6/21/2010

I think this is a natural mutation that can probably happen with any breed. In some breeds this mutation was even encouraged and eventually became the standard. I haven't heard of any health problems with those breeds resulting from stubby tails.

Posted on: 2:28:30 PM 6/18/2010

I have misread the initials of the breed I guess.
In my case it was obvious. But in this case, when the breeds are somewhat similar looking, if there is doubt, testing is always an option.

However, although DNA testing can be a valu...

Posted on: 1:40:45 PM 6/17/2010

in cases such as yours, it may not even be necessary to do a DNA test. German shepherds and labs are different enough that a mix of the two would stick out with obvious differences.

i once had an

Posted on: 4:56:46 PM 6/11/2010

Sorry to hear that. losing a pup is always hard. an entire litter is devastating.

never heard of an entire litter ending up with cleft pallet. most likely it was caused by something in her environment. diet, meds, chemicals. who knows. cou...

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