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Posted on: 2:26:05 PM 10/4/2009

I think you may have to post in the appropriate section as the forum is for discussion and not add's. I also think you should be careful since you might be headed for issues all thing's considered. You may get targeted by the non-existant dog scammer...

Posted on: 1:21:59 PM 10/4/2009

I'm not familiar with the background but was wondering if the ones not mentioned were also with Greyhound's? I have alot more experience with the smaller version's than the larger and think your perception is right on.

Posted on: 1:09:09 PM 10/4/2009

I think maybe doxy/pit too. There may be some beagle in there as well. I know it isn't JUST doxy/beagle because the ears would be different. The brindle may come from

Posted on: 9:23:02 AM 10/2/2009

Hard to say how much of those traits are a mix but I also called my hubby into the room with the pic up and without reading the conversation and just a 'what do you see' he said cavalier (spaniel) and Jack or similar terrier which is also what I was ...

Posted on: 10:20:01 AM 9/22/2009

I would guess maybe a problem with the growth plates or something. It is a little hard to say if it's expected or not because not only are there the variation's in the breed itself (usually straighter in forelimbs) there is a lot of mixing resulting ...

Posted on: 10:41:53 AM 9/13/2009

A belated welcome to the site. :-).

Posted on: 10:38:41 AM 9/13/2009

What food are you feeding? He may need his anal gland's expressed and they may be becoming impacted/infected. Did your vet discuss food allergy's along with steroid's? Check your food on the analysis site and see if it's 5 or 6 star rated. The review...

Posted on: 9:59:11 AM 9/6/2009

Thought I'd add my favorite link on it. It has some percentages that might surprise alot of people (such as the OP)and something to think about.

Posted on: 10:44:04 AM 8/20/2009

A false positive is more likely and common than a negative on a PV test. Major parasite infections are very serious and can be life threatening though it isn't always something people think can happen. I would definitely notify your breeder. Let us k...

Posted on: 12:19:06 PM 8/19/2009

This oneís going to be long as usual, sorry. Okay, my first thought for some reason was pug, maybe the name made up for a reverse Puggle or something. Looked it up. Itís Pek...

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