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Posted on: 1:23:24 PM 3/1/2006

My dogs do that too. They will start with ripping out the nose and then they unstitch the back (still don't know how they do it) and then proceed to shake the stuffings out of it. I watched Lacie do it one day and couldn't get mad at her. She wa...

Posted on: 1:06:15 PM 3/1/2006

I like Himalayans and Persians also. Thought I would post pics of my babies.


Posted on: 10:14:17 PM 2/27/2006

I guess I must not of worded that right. I was wondering if they have experation dates per say. Thanks!!

Posted on: 6:28:19 PM 2/27/2006

I have a question for all that let their dogs have pizzle sticks. Does anyone know if they go bad or are they good for quite awhile. I went to a store today and they had several clearanced out and I didn't know if I should try them or not. They ...

Posted on: 8:35:54 PM 2/26/2006

Here is your line through the Troll Xing.


Posted on: 6:31:38 PM 2/23/2006

I have two Poms and like Marjor said, if you keep it trimmed up back there, there isn't any problems.

Posted on: 2:28:08 PM 2/9/2006

Another thing that just jerks my chain (some may not agree) but why play a childs game and whine that you are going to leave and then wait for everyone to say......no, please don't go. If you want to go, then go!! Don't play games and see if anyo...

Posted on: 9:16:45 AM 2/9/2006

I had to google it just to see what it is and I came across a post that called her "child" a cockabee and it was a cocker and beagle cross. So the final would be.........

Posted on: 1:16:37 PM 2/2/2006

LOL.....glad to see that I wasn't the only one not knowing what a piebald was. I did a google search and came up with a great site that shows many differnt dogs. Just go to google and type in.........blue piebald

Posted on: 12:23:55 PM 2/2/2006

I have a blue Pomeranian and yes, they are grayish in color. Next to a black, you can definitely tell the difference.

Here is a pic of my blue Pom.

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