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Posted on: 5:46:07 AM 9/9/2012

Unless it is posing a health or safety problem, I would not have them removed. They can be done, but it is now going to be much more painful now that they are adults.

If it is a major concern, speak with your vet for advice.

Posted on: 5:41:57 AM 9/9/2012

Usually pups are very noisy when they first arrive at their new homes until they get used to the new surroundings, being away from littermates, etc. But, every dog is different. As long as she seems fine otherwise (eating well bathroom functions are...

Posted on: 5:37:03 AM 9/9/2012

Yes, it is generally too late to have it done now. It would be a more invasive surgery at this age.
You can ask your vet about it for further info.

Posted on: 5:32:29 AM 9/9/2012

I am not sure which registry you have your pup from, but ingeneral, any names in red indicate a champion title in either conformation or obedience.
Check to see if the names in red all have the prefix 'CH' in front of their name.


Posted on: 5:26:56 AM 9/9/2012

I am so sorry for what your going through :( I have had only one experience with a dog having cancer and it was a very sudden illness, then she was gone that night. I am not sure if I would rather have had it be so sudden, or been given time to say ...

Posted on: 2:21:16 AM 3/30/2012

Agree with illusion.

Posted on: 2:13:42 AM 3/30/2012

Welcome to the Min Pins! They are an awesome lil breed!
I have raised and shown them for over 20 years, and been involved in dogs and showing for 41 years!
At first look, he appears to be purebred. I would need full body pictures to say for...

Posted on: 2:06:12 AM 3/30/2012

I raise and show them. I have both colors, as well as a fawn/tan :)
Red are the most popular in the show ring. If it helps though, I have more reds than I do blacks, lol.

Posted on: 1:48:12 AM 3/30/2012

The only contraindications related to breed, is within herding breeds only.

Posted on: 1:45:39 AM 3/30/2012

A little confused...so she was possibly bred on Friday. You got her the shot Saturday. Another shot on Monday? Was there a second incident of her getting bred if so, what day was that? Couldnt quite get myself to understand the timing of events.

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