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Viewing all posts found for user karibear08
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Posted on: 12:34:37 AM 1/23/2009

In addition to the comments above, I would also make sure they do not have active ringworm (most cats are carriers). I used to classify this as chaos training (4 to 16 weeks) when I was breeding cats (vaccuum, dogs, strangers, water, anything that wa...

Posted on: 12:27:24 AM 1/23/2009

Okay, so maybe when you work at vets or groomers, you may end up disliking cockers, LOL. They do not tend to be very good in either arena. So, while I was in the stores, here is how I learned a valuable observation (though not 100% accurate). okay, s...

Posted on: 11:20:05 PM 1/22/2009

I agree. I am certainly for animal WELFARE, but not for extremism, and certainly not for being a hypocrite. I am also for being logical and having REASONABLE expectations. I used to be a vegitarian, it's really hard to be a HEALTHY vegitarian without...

Posted on: 10:39:41 PM 1/22/2009

I swear my cavalier watches. What gets his attention seems to be very random. He gets exited/agitated at things like particular people on game shows, and when they laugh on beavis and buthead. My frenchies, my adult female watches anything with dogs,...

Posted on: 10:27:52 PM 1/22/2009

I agree that two puppies at one time is a 'no-no'. Way too hard to properly train, much less jack's LOL. But it's done. And the original question was is it normal. Given they are puppies, Yep, it has to do with dominance. It's not the S word (though ...

Posted on: 10:18:07 PM 1/22/2009

His puppies may be NOTHING like him. And the dam is likely to produce more than one. I want one of my dog's puppies is not an ethical reason to breed, and undermines those of us whom have worked very hard for years(even just STUDYING). Also, please l...

Posted on: 10:08:55 PM 1/22/2009

Considering the post, and a wheaten, think it may be a dominance thing. Keep your door shut and locked, the things we do for our kids, LOL. Sometimes it is a "I'm upset", "I'm angry", or "my feelings are hurt" thing. They don't have voices, and only ...

Posted on: 10:00:29 PM 1/22/2009

You can always register with both if you want. Not like it costs that much.Some Information from Continental(I think) is http://www.continentalkennelclub.com/faqs.aspx and S...

Posted on: 9:38:17 AM 1/9/2009

More details please. How did you end up with a 3 week old pup? Is it a fostor, or an adoption?

Posted on: 9:35:22 AM 1/9/2009

Well, I agree, that the shelters don't seem to make even educated guesses most of the time. They also DO seem to try and hide the pit part whenever they can get away with it. I have seen this first hand many times. My friend wanted to adopt a puppy, ...

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