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Posted on: 4:58:24 PM 11/15/2010

Oh my goodness! What a crazy deal!

I would keep the puppy very confined, don't let it around many other dogs or in many places until it has been vaccinated. Has it been wormed before? We usually worm our pups at 2,4, 6 and 8 weeks ...

Posted on: 2:50:20 PM 11/10/2010

What an adorable, cute little ball of fluff. I bet it won't take long and Scout will have a new best friend. Adorable!

Posted on: 2:47:33 PM 11/10/2010

Are they both neutered? If not, that would help out tremendously.

Posted on: 7:03:11 PM 11/4/2010

Check at your local shelter - last time I visited ours there were two there.

Posted on: 11:45:33 AM 11/4/2010

Scout, I have started trying to read the book and just can't get into it. If a book can't catch my attention pretty early on I usually end up giving up on it unless someone has told me it's worth it to continue. A friend of mine read it and s...

Posted on: 11:01:59 PM 10/28/2010

Just because that is the general rule in Illusionminis breed does not mean that would be common for your breed. We have two different breeds and both of their stud fees are different - the cost for one is $500 while the cost for the other is $100...

Posted on: 4:21:27 PM 10/18/2010

Aren't you the same person asking why your pit shakes sometimes? And stating he also loses hair easily? Besides the obvious problematic issues of breeding pit bulls why would you want to breed a dog that you know has health issues?

Posted on: 9:16:34 PM 10/16/2010

If you are using a supplement it is very possible that they are constipated. That is not common, but not unusual either when using a formula. Are they straining like they are trying to go? Are their little bellies hard and bloated? Are ...

Posted on: 12:03:45 PM 10/15/2010

We are getting ready to take our 9 month old Bullmastiff in for an FHO on his right hip due to Avascular Necrosis of the Femoral Head. Does anyone have any exper...

Posted on: 10:54:30 PM 9/25/2010

Sorry, thought you had said he was ten weeks old. If he is six months or older then the price would be cheaper than if he was a young pup. But, if she is desperate for a home for him she might just want him to go to a good home too.

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