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Posted on: 12:01:59 AM 6/4/2008


Posted on: 12:00:47 AM 6/4/2008

Please do not take momma dog anywhere while you still have the pups there. The chances of her coming back with some type of bacteria or illness are pretty great. Remember, the pups have very little immunity.

And please do not have someone...

Posted on: 12:35:53 AM 5/9/2008

I used to have a stud dog in my house with my intact girls. LOL--and someday I will have another one.

I kept them separated 100% of the time during the 3 weeks of her heat cycle. Do not let them play together. A tie can happen in a split ...

Posted on: 9:23:49 PM 5/3/2008

I realize the original post was a few days ago, so whatever decision was reached has since been acted upon.

I wanted to ask a question though. The litter was born 1 day and the OP was back to work the 2nd day. I stay home with my litter 1...

Posted on: 1:13:59 PM 4/14/2008

For those that do not know, a popular way to ways to phrase it is the ConKC. They tried to con people into thinking "CKC registration" was the Canadian Kennel Club. The ConKC was started by folks that were suspended from AKC for less than ethical reg...

Posted on: 12:49:03 PM 4/4/2008

Good luck !!
The #1 concern with Parvo is dehydration. Keep her hydrated and do all you can to keep her quiet.

Gentle hugs going your way !

Posted on: 1:25:43 PM 4/1/2008

Awww so that is what a newborn poodle looks like; Adorable :)
Enjoy shopping for the new arrival. Time will fly by fast enough and soon they will be home with you.

Posted on: 11:12:17 AM 4/1/2008

<< but am just a worry wart, so just wanted to get advice from other breeders. >>

Fair enough. It looks like you have gotten advice from other breeders. However, you are now completely dismissing them all claiming you already h...

Posted on: 1:22:56 AM 3/25/2008

I do not believe there was anything wrong with the pups. I believe your female simply is not a good mother. It happens and is always tragic. However, you honestly should never have left her alone. I know this is hindsight, but I sleep with my litters...

Posted on: 1:12:55 AM 3/25/2008

Definitely there is never any guarantees when it comes to Mother Nature; she does things her own way. However, health testing is a large portion of what makes a responsible breeder. It is a basic requirement and of the utmost importance.


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