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Posted on: 3:45:55 PM 2/8/2005

Does your dog get nose bleeds? I recently met a dog that was having heavy breathing and nosebleeds. It was nasal cyst and has fully developed and he looks very confortable but his owners do the best they can and give him the best care. just an ide...

Posted on: 12:02:26 PM 2/8/2005

Another thing that I've come across in my searches is there is a site that adversites puppies for sale. I have no problem with that as long as the buyers screen the breeders.
But they have a "I'm a homeless puppy" catagory. Funny, if it's home...

Posted on: 11:58:15 AM 2/8/2005

Eskie-I'll look for the site. That price was for a cat. It may have been higher too, I just can't remember. I know that there are a lot of shelters that don't handle the testing either, just the spay and neuter. i should just try to find the site, ...

Posted on: 11:31:42 AM 2/7/2005

I actually came across a rescue or shelter site that was selling cats for $200-$300 and dogs higher . No kidding. I wish I could remember the site, but I don't think they were a breeder, I think maybe they should question the nonprofit status of t...

Posted on: 6:13:21 PM 2/6/2005

I raise small terriers. I also show and train them for earthdog trials and conformation. I am hoping to start a puppy kindergarten soon.
I would love to become a professional handler someday. But don't know that I would enjoy it as much if it...

Posted on: 9:41:40 AM 2/6/2005

The problem isn't that we don't need any new breeds, we have the wrong people with the money intentions trying to do it. FOR THE MONEY-not for the breed.
I am sure there are great breeders out there trying to create a new breed for a new breed...

Posted on: 5:29:46 PM 2/5/2005

Mutts only tend to be healthier than dogs that are inbred for either improving the breeding like show breeders sometimes use or by oops. Mixes are prone to more genetic diseases that a properly tested and bred purebred. Some genetic diseases are ca...

Posted on: 5:23:05 PM 2/5/2005

You know what I think is digusting-people who choose to keep their children in daycare all day and come home to complain about breeders and don't spend time with their children. I am sorry if I offend anyone who would like to be a stay at home pare...

Posted on: 9:02:13 AM 2/5/2005

PETSRFUN-In recent printed research, 75% of the dogs in shelters and pounds are mixed. Of the 25% that are purebred or look to be purebred, almost 95% of them are adopted. I do not have the percentage of the mixed that adopted or put to sleep.

Posted on: 8:50:40 PM 2/4/2005

Acey-Just a thought since pets have been known to travel back to where they think they are supposed to be, have you had them microchipped? It's not very expensive to do and worth it in case they do decide that maybe this isn't where they are suppos...

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