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Posted on: 7:23:03 PM 5/4/2008

I hope you do not mean they are giving the puppy just plain egg, nor regular cow's milk. It is of utmost important that she be fed a canine puppy milk replacer, or a proper recipe that includes the correct amount of all the required ingredients,(whic...

Posted on: 1:38:57 PM 5/2/2008

Here is a picture of the both of them.

This was taken last year, Sumo still a youngste...

Posted on: 1:32:25 PM 5/2/2008

Any puppies yet?

Posted on: 1:24:05 PM 5/2/2008

Elih, the american bull dog does have a medical issue, he has some arthritis. We have to be careful not to over exercise him and not allow him to run a lot because he becomes sore and stiff for a couple of days. He is on Rimadyl on and off when neede...

Posted on: 10:30:47 PM 5/1/2008

We have a 1.5 year old neutered male bull mastiff that my husband had given to him as a pup from someone at his work (yes he is 100% pure bull mastiff). We also own a 8 ...

Posted on: 9:42:31 PM 5/1/2008

Drogheda Bullmastiff I have sent you a message asking if you can refer me to a reputable bull

Posted on: 2:40:13 PM 5/1/2008

The scratching/digging is what the nesting is. I would not be surprised if she went into labor tonight.
Why don't you call your vet and tell them what her temp is and that she is doing a little bit of nesting. They may want to do the c-section...

Posted on: 2:09:06 PM 5/1/2008

Now is not the time to ask these questions. Months ago was the time. Please ask all the questions first, get all the answers, and then if you still want to breed proceed with it next time she comes in heat. Why on earth would you wait until the very ...

Posted on: 2:03:04 PM 5/1/2008

If she is behaving oddly, even if appearing normal again in a back and forth manner, then I would say YES, something is going on. Can you hear if she is digging under the bed? Can you possibly take her temperature? Just use a regular human thermomete...

Posted on: 10:55:32 PM 4/30/2008

The swelling is perfectly normal, just the hormones.

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