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Viewing all posts found for user lovinmylucy
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Posted on: 7:14:55 PM 11/27/2007

Thank you sooooo much Bullymom! You're a lifesaver!

Posted on: 6:40:27 PM 11/27/2007

just bumping...please help! ty

Posted on: 4:10:55 PM 11/27/2007

So in my Animal Science class I have to write a short paper about a livestock animal and I would love to do horses. The problem is that I don't have access to one so I was wondering if any of you horse owners out there could give me a little info......

Posted on: 4:07:23 PM 11/27/2007

Great point Bullymom!
And to Sue I never said I was done with my learning nor was demanding I was 100% correct just offering my knowledge on the subject which is CORN IS USELESS and is unecessary in any food you feed your dog. Also All Life Sta...

Posted on: 11:57:37 AM 11/27/2007

have you read Marley and Me?...if not you should!

Posted on: 10:10:42 AM 11/27/2007

I'm not a specialist by any means and have never claimed to be one...I do however work at an all-natural pet store where I have been required by my job to learn as much about what's good for dogs as possible...and no corn is not needed for the food i...

Posted on: 4:22:09 PM 11/26/2007

Corn is of NO use to dogs...it is used as a filler. The companies claim it as a protein but in reality it does nothing. If it's available around you I suggest Canidae as it's the most economically priced "good" food there is. It's around the same p...

Posted on: 9:16:13 AM 11/14/2007

Not that I condone what these people are doing or anything as I know so many of them aren't doing it for the animal but for the money but I must raise the fact that although as of now there is no such thing as say a miniboxer was it not the same with...

Posted on: 11:58:44 PM 11/13/2007

I def. agree with the american dingo but i'm not sure where you guys are seeing corgi...maybe some shepherd as the ears are a little big for an american dingo

Posted on: 9:55:07 PM 11/13/2007

there's a site claiming mini-boxers that are between 10-15 lbs. and are actually a pug mixed with a

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