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Viewing all posts found for user pinky girl
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Posted on: 5:51:39 PM 7/4/2010

Same to you too. Be careful and enjoy it. :)

Posted on: 6:07:47 PM 6/6/2010

If you don't have enough money to keep your pets healthy then I think you should reconsider having them.

Posted on: 10:57:15 AM 5/9/2010

lol just give it back to the cat. thats even if the cat wants it anymore. it cannot run so idk if the cat will even have any interest in it.

its a mouse. of course its an animal and im sure you love all animals but you gotta learn wher...

Posted on: 10:53:48 AM 5/9/2010

what antivirus program (s) do you have running?

Posted on: 10:51:42 AM 5/9/2010

what the *? no dont take that puppy away from its mother. i dont care what your excise is. the puppy needs to stay with its mother. not only for feeding, but because they need stimulation from its mother to poop etc... and no you cannot...

Posted on: 10:48:01 AM 5/9/2010

i would feed him a dry diet of rice and chicken for a few days. so that way if he pukes up it wont be too horrible on this throat, or if he gets diarrhea from the milk it will stop it.

Posted on: 10:43:24 AM 5/9/2010

theres diffinatly husky in there. from the way the face colors are and the way the chest lines are. but as others have said gsd. im pretty sure their right for that as well. but it could also have lab in it. i have 2 husky lab mixes and th...

Posted on: 9:55:18 PM 4/11/2010

I'm sorry to hear about your losses. Welcome back though. :)

Posted on: 9:51:51 PM 4/11/2010

I waited until almost 8 months until I got our Husky girls spayed. Then didn't go into heat and the vet said it would be better for them.

Posted on: 9:48:33 PM 4/11/2010

Honestly I would just let it go, warn them, and then talk to someone you trust (depending on your age) and go from there.

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