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Posted on: 9:01:38 PM 7/5/2007

I'm glad you decided to dock their tails. I would not want a yorkie with a long tail. Most of the ones I have seen with long tails are scraggly looking. Plus, everytime I see one with a full tail, I figure they came from a bad breeder because they ...

Posted on: 8:54:23 PM 7/5/2007

This is an extrememly young puppy and was taken from its mom way too early. Toy breeds should not leave their mom and littermates until 12 weeks old. They learn a lot of things during those weeks, including manners. Your puppy is missing out on a lo...

Posted on: 8:52:00 PM 7/5/2007

Since it is such a young puppy, I bet the reason it was given to the shelter was because the owner just didn't have time for it anymore. I'm sure the puppy is probably behind on training and potty training and all so it'll probably take a little cat...

Posted on: 9:37:03 PM 7/4/2007

GabeyBabey, you need to neuter your Yorkie. Please don't use him for breeding. The AKC standard says a Yorkie should be up to 7lbs. If your dog is 11 pounds, he does not meet the standard and should not be bred. You would have to find a larger female...

Posted on: 2:19:20 PM 7/4/2007

my parent's yorkie had a small white spot on his chest when they brought him home. It has pretty much dissapeared now that he is older. I have also heard that a white spot usually means a thicker haired yorkie..not sure if that is true, but their yo...

Posted on: 2:14:54 PM 7/4/2007

I think it's funny that when you ask some people if their dog has had the neccessary genetic testing done, they think that means getting their dog vaccinated and regular vet checkups.

Posted on: 2:09:11 PM 7/4/2007

We have a big feed store/nursery here. They sell all kinds of foods for dogs, cats, horses, pigs, cows, chickens, etc. plus basic supplies. They also have plants and gardening things and stuff like that. I'm assuming the OP means something like thi...

Posted on: 11:40:00 PM 7/3/2007

I'm sorry about Sneakers. My dog has never been afraid of fireworks. I've even taken her with me a couple times to watch fireworks.

Posted on: 11:38:01 PM 7/3/2007

This is your parents fault. They were very irresponsible to get a dog for their 14 year old and 7 year old children and leave the dog to be cared by children. They should first of all not let your dog "roam" around all day in the backyard and they ...

Posted on: 8:55:31 PM 7/2/2007

Tear stains can be caused by several things: genetics, dyes in foods, minerals in water, cleanliness, and bacterial infection

First of all, some dogs are genetically prone to tear more than others. You also want to feed your dog a food th...

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