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Posted on: 12:35:04 AM 4/11/2008

When we vaccianted the last litter of pups, several of them DID develop lumps-hard little pea sized nodules that I was freaking out were tumors-my vet said it is an immune response and very common. Usually they go away ina few weeks, but sometimes t...

Posted on: 2:36:43 PM 4/10/2008

Hmmm, I haven't noticed this, but then, maybe I wasn't paying attention. I dont buy a lot from sites like Amazon though-I prefer the competition of Ebay. Something about the adrenaline rush of sniping another bidder in the last 3 seconds! Plus you ge...

Posted on: 2:31:18 PM 4/10/2008

Not to drag religion into this, but MOST people have a pretty good respect for our creator. So, when God gave Adam and Eve permission to eat the animals-dont you think that is like the ultimate moral go ahead to kill animals for food? NOW, the bible...

Posted on: 2:14:35 PM 4/10/2008

I dont like leaving them without water for any length of time-I think how miserable it is to be thirsty! I just dont leave MUCH water-just enough to keep them comfortable-like a half inch in the bottom of the bowl. As for eating- stuffing a treat in ...

Posted on: 2:05:04 PM 4/10/2008

I agree- people are paying anywhere from $1200-$2500 or more in a pet store, and most breeders sell healthy, pet quality pups for a fraction of that. Education really is the only solution-the demand for puppies needs to be lowered by educating people...

Posted on: 2:00:07 PM 4/9/2008

I don't think saying they are treated like livestock was really accurate. Living in Iowa, I can say MOST family farms around here treat livestock pretty decent. A farmers animals are his livelihood-a sick cow or pig can take out his whole herd, so th...

Posted on: 4:27:18 PM 4/8/2008

He MAY still do it, but there is an equally good chance he will stop too! Try not to be discouraged, a year is still a young dog-lot of things to learn yet. We got Tim when he was 3, and he was not neutered and lifted his leg on furniture. We got him...

Posted on: 12:16:43 AM 4/8/2008

Jenny- On Friday many of us here watched Oprah's show on puppy mills. One of the most moving moments for me was watching a dog at the pound be euthanized, rolled into a body bag, and dumped in a dumpster, along with 40 others. Millions of really cute...

Posted on: 12:08:15 AM 4/8/2008

If you end up flying, you can take her in the cabin with you as a carry-on for around $50-$75 with most airlines-if she fits under the seat and is under 20 pounds. My pug wo...

Posted on: 7:43:23 PM 4/7/2008

of course.

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