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Viewing all posts found for user pinloverX2
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Posted on: 6:09:32 PM 4/20/2009

It is pretty apparent just be reading your post that "you are new to this breeding". There is a lot more to successful breeding than just throwing two good looking dogs together and trying your hand at raising puppies. Maybe your girl is smart enough...

Posted on: 3:32:13 PM 4/16/2009

Thanks gbroxon. Computer illiterate here doesn't know how to cut and paste links. I always attribute ANY of my computer shortcomings to having a Mac rather than a PC! (lol)

Posted on: 12:51:11 PM 4/15/2009

There is an excellent thread above (the 5th one entitled "We're having puppies! ... help with whelping") that I would enourage you to read through. There is a lot of excellent information from several of the long-time members of this site who breed. ...

Posted on: 8:48:32 PM 4/11/2009

proudmommy, it is very disturbing to me to see you, as a breeder, using the term cropped rather than docked in regard to tails. You should know that ears are cropped, tails are docked.

I have seen a lot of poo mixes that have natural tails...

Posted on: 8:52:24 PM 3/21/2009

Doxielover, I wouldn't really consider a 17, 18 and 19 year old to be a "child". The 9 year old, yes. I can't help but wonder if the older ones especially may have started teasing or something. This often starts out being "funny" but unfortunately ca...

Posted on: 9:32:51 PM 3/20/2009

If anyone is up for a really good read, I want to recommend a book called "The Art of Racing in the Rain" by Garth Stein. This is a bit different in that the dog, Enzo, is the narrator. It is a great dog book that also tells a wonderful "human" story...

Posted on: 8:53:35 PM 3/20/2009

You need to have your dog tested for heartworms BEFORE giving him ivermectin. If he has them already and you give the dewormer, it could kill him.

Posted on: 10:37:41 PM 2/28/2009

Tridon, you most certainly are a breeder. That doesn't mean you are a responsible/reputable breeder, but a breeder nonetheless. Allowing your dog to become pregnant makes you a breeder, the same would be true if you owned the male that impregnat...

Posted on: 12:19:38 PM 2/28/2009

There is no way to sugar coat this issue. I agree completely with Catlover!

Posted on: 9:56:14 AM 2/26/2009

Sorry to hear about your doxie, I know how painful it can be for these poor dogs. I responded to your earlier post and told you about my male minpin. When he had his first episode with the abscessed and impacted anal gland, after it was lanced and ex...

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