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Posted on: 11:20:39 PM 7/30/2009

My boston terrier is currently in labor with the puppies coming out feet first! Every vet I've called is unavailable, what should I do in order for her to safely ...

Posted on: 11:15:17 PM 7/30/2009

My boston is birthing puppies feet first. Should she have an emergency c-section?

Posted on: 3:34:26 PM 2/26/2005

i heard somewhere that mixed breeds can be better because they are less likly to develop any kind of sickness. anyone else heard of anything like that?

Posted on: 2:39:43 PM 2/26/2005

A) is it dangerous to do it after a certain age?
( 5 yr old bitch lab )

B) does it decrease growth potential if it's done at before a certain age?

vets are like doctors, they all say something different. can a...

Posted on: 2:27:10 PM 2/26/2005

treats definatly help. thats how they learn outside is the place to go. their not born with that knowledge. its all about punishment(cage) and reward (treat). thats how i train all my dogs. thats how they learn how you want them to behave

Posted on: 6:49:59 PM 2/25/2005

i have heard of it. i think male dogs can sense when a bitch is in heat. the scent of the blood or something

Posted on: 3:27:48 PM 2/24/2005

i think great danes get up to 180 lbs.

if you get a female black lab and a male

Posted on: 3:06:14 PM 2/24/2005

try to give it some time. it's possible they'll either start to get along or stay away from eachother

Posted on: 10:27:53 PM 2/23/2005

the first is a 5 yr old blk lab. she is very smart, energetic, dominant, obediant when she feels like it, and stubborn. i sold her 2 previous times and she keeps getting returned to me. she is a good girl, just too smart for some people i guess....

Posted on: 10:00:53 PM 2/23/2005


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