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Posted on: 11:39:46 AM 3/8/2009

What paper published this? I'd like to read the full story.


Posted on: 11:37:40 AM 3/8/2009

I atteneded a puppy mill auction last year to see what actually goes on at them. The one I attended was in Missouri and the AKC was there soliciting business. Offereing special deals for breeders to leave other registries and come back to them. As...

Posted on: 4:17:15 PM 3/5/2009

I'm so sorry for your loss. Parvo is a nasty disease. I'm sure Peaches knows you love her and did everything you could. She will be waiting for you at the Bridge for you reunion.

Posted on: 8:14:59 PM 3/1/2009

Yes, eating rocks can lead to serious and expensive problems.

People I know who have had this problem often put a basket type muzzle on the dog when they are out (and supervised) in an area with rocks. You need to make sure any area that ...

Posted on: 7:01:04 PM 2/16/2009

Rescues are often the best way to find new homes. You don't say if they are purebreds of mixes - but if they are pb try to find a breed specific rescue for them. If you can keep them while a rescue is looking for a new home they will be incredibly ...

Posted on: 4:52:42 PM 2/11/2009

An update on Annnie

UPDATE Feb. 11: Annie had to return to the vet today. Her wound isn't healing too well because it's so "old and deep," the vet says, so they are going to do surgery and try to sew it up a bit. She'll be in the hospital ...

Posted on: 11:38:53 AM 2/11/2009

Annie is a beautiful basset girl who was rescued by a basset rescue
in TN. When they picked her up they discovered her harness was GROWN
INTO HER SKIN. Here is a pic of her. Warning - it is graphic

Posted on: 9:23:45 PM 2/6/2009

Heelers are GREAT dogs! They are incredibly smart, loyal and loving dogs.

In my mind they are one of the best dogs in the world.

Posted on: 7:50:50 PM 1/14/2009

I can't offer advice either - but I find your concerns very ethical. A wonderful thing in this world! It sounds to me like you truly care about the dogs you breed & are concerned about bettering your breed. I deal mostly with bassets (rescue, not ...

Posted on: 8:07:03 PM 1/2/2009

Your furbaby is a real cutie! And your neighbors are real jerks. For your peace of mind you might want to have a dna test done. If it turns out no pit in her then you can use it. If she does (and she sure doesn't look like it) then just burn it. ...

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