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Viewing all posts found for user lovinmylucy
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Posted on: 8:30:06 PM 4/29/2008

Thanks Dusty, like I said it was probably just ignorance on my part.

Upon reading about the basset I came up with these that were just plain laughable:
"can easily be trained to do tricks" - quite possible the first documentation of t...

Posted on: 8:08:57 PM 4/29/2008

"They are one of several breed that are classified as pit bulls."

This could just be me being ignorant on the subject but aren't american pit bulls the only dogs that are pit bulls? I realize that there are other bullie's but I always tho...

Posted on: 6:59:17 PM 4/29/2008

wow that's all I have to say is wow. Where to start, where to start. First no I am not "genetically tested' to see if I'm able to reproduce but you better believe if I had something genetic like Hunter Disease or another potentially deathly genetic ...

Posted on: 12:35:22 AM 4/29/2008

"There is a third coat, “bear,” which is longer, softer, and tends to have less trouble with skin infections. Unfortunately, the AKC considers coats longer than one inch (at the shoulder) to be a disqualification in the show ring."

"here a...

Posted on: 12:30:59 AM 4/29/2008

double post sorry

Posted on: 5:45:05 PM 4/28/2008

anyone at all? I'm open to any and all suggestions.

Posted on: 12:13:49 AM 4/28/2008

pyr with pointer maybe? whatever he is he's adorable! Congrats on the new pup!

Posted on: 11:46:35 PM 4/27/2008

ok so we just moved into our new home about 3 weeks ago and don't have a yard because it's in a trailer park so the pups go out on leashes, no big deal, well they were doing fantastic being off leash after only a week living there and listen perfectl...

Posted on: 12:39:50 PM 4/26/2008

We shave our sheltie at the begining of the summer every year and he is a million times more comfortable when we do. We leave the hair on his neck so he looks like a lion lol. Anyway by late fall his hair is all back and just the same as it was bef...

Posted on: 1:15:45 PM 4/25/2008

anyone else have any comments?

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