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Posted on: 11:56:44 AM 9/12/2009

My sympathies go out to all her dogs. I hope a ST Bernard rescue can eventually get them (sooner rather than later) and give them a much better life.

Posted on: 6:16:58 PM 9/7/2009

Their foster mom deserves all the credit. She spend the last 10 weeks with very little sleep making sure they all survived. I know that anyone who has had a litter can understand the love & care that goes into that.

For anyone who has ...

Posted on: 12:00:17 PM 9/7/2009

Thanks pyrmom! We'll keep a close eye on her and will breathe a sigh of relief when they are both altered. The did make a really cute litter. But - NO MORE PUPPIES!


Posted on: 10:54:21 AM 9/7/2009

My basset/dalmation girl have birth 10 weeks ago to a beautiful batch of pups. After overcoming kennel cough & then coccidia all are doing great! Mom is undergoing hw treatment, so I can't spay her for another month or so. Is there any way of knowi...

Posted on: 5:58:35 PM 9/3/2009

As a rescuer I look at a different side to the breeding situation. I do not believe that any animal should be used as a cash register. I understand charging for pup for a variety of reasons - and have no problem with that. When people breed for wh...

Posted on: 3:13:35 PM 9/2/2009

Don't know the mix - but I'll swear in a court of law that he is ADORABLE!!!!

Posted on: 4:41:03 PM 8/20/2009

I personally don't understand why people think certain breeds look better with cropped ears. But since I have bassets it's never something I've worried about!

Posted on: 6:34:16 PM 8/13/2009

Being in rescue I don't often worry about my dogs being pregnant - but it has happened in the past and may again in the future.

Thanks for the link to that thread - it was sobering, but enlightening.

Posted on: 5:58:19 AM 8/12/2009

Many poeple who work have dogs. YOu just need to carefully chose a dog to fit that lifestyle. A lot of people I know bring their dogs to doggy day care a few days a week or have someone come in during the day to let the dog out to play, pee etc.

Posted on: 3:31:03 PM 8/11/2009

Hope things turn out good for you! I can only imagine how scary this is - I'm sure I wouldn't sleep, eat or do much else while waiting.

Please let us know. Lots of healing basset drool being sent your way. It has magical properties.

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