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Posted on: 11:01:25 PM 6/7/2004

nope; try again

Posted on: 11:00:21 PM 6/7/2004

Oh, it worked. I posted two pictures, so scroll down.

Posted on: 10:58:44 PM 6/7/2004

Here's the new link: http://www.dogster.com/dog_page.php?i=41017 How do I get it to turn blue?

Posted on: 10:09:18 PM 6/7/2004

I am experiencing technical difficulties and hope to have a picture posted soon.

Posted on: 5:32:48 PM 6/6/2004

cirneco dell etna (there's an accent mark in there somewhere, but I'm terrible with accent marks; I can never remember where they go)

Posted on: 12:47:03 PM 6/6/2004

Is it a cirneco?

Posted on: 1:56:11 PM 6/2/2004

I read the dog classifieds to my cats when they're being obnoxious (although I would never really get a dog from the paper). One of the strangest things I've seen is ads for "rare" white boxers, and the price is always higher than it is for the fawn...

Posted on: 1:46:39 PM 6/2/2004

LindyLou, Right now the quality of your breeder is irrelevant. Your very small puppy has developed a cough, and your description of his earlier diarrhea is troubling. Please take the puppy back to the vet before he gets any worse.

Posted on: 1:02:45 AM 6/2/2004

One of my dogs had demodex. I caught it early, and a topical cream from the vet easily got rid of it. Do make sure you keep an eye on the spot, and if it appears to be getting bigger, go back to the vet. I would also suggest examining your dog clo...

Posted on: 9:31:02 PM 6/1/2004

Protodog is another term (and I don't think a widely used one) for a dog that fits the long-term pariah morphotype. They tend to be medium-sized and yellowish or reddish in color, usually with prick ears, a fairly long snout, and either a tail carri...

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