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Posted on: 11:35:10 AM 1/5/2007

That is very sad. I cannot believe that a breeder would take them to the shelters, do they do that? I thought that most breeders have a contract that if someone does not want the puppy, they are to give that puppy back to the breeder. Do some of th...

Posted on: 5:07:22 PM 1/4/2007

I agree, there needs to be more laws on animal abuse. This past summer, I posted about my neighbor (prior to our move), who let his 3 year old beat the stink out of their puppy. So badly that my kids were screaming out the window. We called the cop...

Posted on: 2:31:35 PM 1/4/2007

Wow, this is a long one. I stopped at page 7.

I agree with a lot of you. First of all, yes I'm with TM that this was an inside job. 9/11 happens and we invade Iraq - hmmmm..... Osama Bin Ladin (sp?) is not from Iraq. We all know that it...

Posted on: 1:01:08 PM 1/4/2007

My Polly (also a Maltese/Pom) has not had tear stains yet. She does get stuff stuck to her fur around her eyes and I have just used warm water during her baths to clean it. Will this eventually turn into stains? She is only 10 months but she also r...

Posted on: 12:26:02 PM 1/4/2007

Adorable little gal! I see Rat Terrier/Lab cross.

Posted on: 3:01:17 PM 12/22/2006

I am so sorry for your loss. I started to read your OP, and then seen on your second post of what had happened and it completely shocked me. I really feel for you and your family. Good luck with your daughter, I wish I had some advice for you.

Posted on: 2:54:50 PM 12/22/2006

I had Polly spayed at 7 months. Her's was a normal surgical procedure and not the laser. She had stitches that had to be removed later. She was sent home with pain medication. She was in pain and very unactive for a couple of days. It took her abou...

Posted on: 2:46:56 PM 12/20/2006

Do you know if your $500 is non-refundable? That is a lot of money to be out. I would have to say that you already purchased the little one. Also, I personally know of 3 cockapoos and they are actually quite nice dogs.

Posted on: 2:32:12 PM 12/20/2006

Polly does almost the same thing. When she is done chewing it and wants to save it, she paces the house looking for hiding spots. Not outside, just inside. She has even hid them in the couch cushions. I think it is so cute.

Posted on: 1:01:45 PM 12/20/2006

How about a cat climber? Dogs normally don't have any interest in them.

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