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Posted on: 5:55:02 PM 4/25/2008

Yes, she does go outside, but for very short periods, Pugs not being terrifically adapted to cold Iowa winters or humid summers. The only time she is out for any length of t...

Posted on: 5:01:19 PM 4/25/2008

HOW does it damage the guard hairs, and why does that matter exactly?-I hope that doesn't sound snotty, I just want to know. If the purpose of them is to protect them from the elements, and she isn't exposed to the elements at all...then what? As for...

Posted on: 12:37:10 PM 4/25/2008

So, I never had any intention of shaving Sophie, having always heard you should never shave a double coated breed as it is their insulation from heat and cold. BUT, yesterday, the kids and I were painting the playhouse, and hubby let Sophie out of th...

Posted on: 10:09:04 PM 4/18/2008

I would say your vet is somewhat misinformed, and while I am disappointed that you decided not to keep him, I am glad to hear that he will not be put down at least. I do understand being concerned for your own childrens' safety, and regardless of how...

Posted on: 4:20:03 PM 4/17/2008

Most rescues won't, BUT some will-it is worth looking for. Some of the Cairns we rescued were taken in by Col Potter rescue, and one had a biting issue-they worked with him for a few weeks and got him past it, and now he has been re-homed succ...

Posted on: 12:46:03 AM 4/17/2008

Oh forget it. I had a long winded rant ready to type...but some people will always be ignorant and obstinate just because, so I shall spare my keystrokes. Anyone with a half a brain knows what most rescues are like, and if they are lacking both hav...

Posted on: 12:35:53 AM 4/17/2008

pohclark-you are sadly misinformed. Most rescues are NOT run by breeders, money is charged because without it, saving the dogs would be impossible. As it is, maybe 1 in 100 even breaks even, they really should be charging MORE. Yes, tehre are a FEW ...

Posted on: 12:25:47 AM 4/17/2008

I know what a stressful situation that is, but try to not overreact or make any hasty decisions. Dogs are just like people-they can develop bad habits, but they can also change with the proper training, so give Bubba the benefit of the doubt for now....

Posted on: 11:35:36 AM 4/11/2008

laredosmom- The lumps on the pups were all pea sized, and as they were a thick coated breed could only be felt, not seen. No, they did not look like laredos. I agree with the others that they look like normal veins to me-but the fact that they popped...

Posted on: 12:37:00 AM 4/11/2008

Yay! Happy to hear that. If he does continue marking for a bit, dont worry too much though. It takes awhile for all of the hormone levels in his blood to settle down, so he might still ahve some "urges" for awhile. Last dog we took to get neutered,...

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