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Viewing all posts found for user lpn169
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Posted on: 11:48:17 PM 6/30/2005

Yep, definitely can, only need to enter to spread the seed. Had a Min Pin litter of four last year, never got more than a brief entrance and some humping action...(excuse my french)

Posted on: 11:45:31 PM 6/30/2005

I feel that she is a guest in your home and should just find a way to deal with it respectfully. I refer back to a sign I have clearly posted on my front door for all to see before they enter....cracked me up, had to have it:
This house is ...

Posted on: 11:37:36 PM 6/30/2005

Very true, they can say anything they want when you ask the questions> i generally have spoke to potential buyers via e-mail and telephone at least a dozen times before they evr get to the point of meeting the puppy, you really have to learn to ...

Posted on: 11:25:02 PM 6/30/2005

Try taking the dry food you feed, soaking it in hot water, squeeze it with your hands or run it through a processor to get all the chunks out, to avoid choking until your sure she can handle it, make it mushier at first and can slowly add less wate...

Posted on: 12:21:38 PM 6/30/2005

We use a product called Crystal Eye on our show dogs, we get it at Pet Supplies plus, may be available at Petsmart too, it is made by Four Paws, use 1-2 times daily

Posted on: 12:15:56 PM 6/30/2005

Same question, how old is she, and how long away from mom before you got her, may not have been through titty withdraw yet!...Would love to see pics if you get some, we have a litter ourselves right now.

Posted on: 12:06:28 PM 6/30/2005

Definiately bathe less, there is also an additive on the market called "shed stop" it is added to the food. I have never used it myself, but keep in mind not to use year round to allow their natural shed cycles to kick in also.

Posted on: 5:53:31 PM 6/29/2005

I breed the purebreds, but also own mixed breeds, no matter what your personal preference, lets be glad that each one regardless of its genetic makeup has a loving home, and there is one less dog being abused

Posted on: 5:49:24 PM 6/29/2005

I would love to myself, but unfortunately I live in Ohio.....good luck, hope he finds someone to take him soon

Posted on: 5:46:38 PM 6/29/2005

I would guess he's just immature and not ready yet, Are you sure the females are far enough in for him to be interested.....trust me the boys know when the time is right. Also, especially if other males are around....a seperate private area with no...

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