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Posted on: 10:27:36 PM 7/31/2007

I'm sorry guys I was only referring to Blue. I find it rather amusing (having been involved with evaluating a litter) that he could decide at 19 days of age which will be breeding quality. You must admit that seems rather ridiculous. I also find i...

Posted on: 7:51:48 PM 7/31/2007

I find it rather amusing Blue that ALL the pups you have for sale have a pet price AND a BREEDING price. Every reputable breeder I have come across waits until at least 10 weeks to decide if a pup is "show" (or breeding) quality before deeming them ...

Posted on: 12:55:25 PM 7/30/2007

Good point Irish! Make sure you check the contract first.

Personally I would never have two dogs around the same age let alone three. Not that this is going to change your mind but they will all age roughly the same rate. Older dogs h...

Posted on: 12:49:19 PM 7/30/2007

Ashley's Flying Tucker
Okay so I stink at the name thing!

Posted on: 12:12:18 PM 7/30/2007

Makes me wonder about his breeding practices.....

Posted on: 11:59:02 AM 7/30/2007

Nice post Leo!

Posted on: 11:53:52 AM 7/30/2007

BlueDixie said:
"I'm sorry I have to."

"I'm just curious how many breeders got tested before they had children?"

How ignorant can you be? That is the dumbest most asinine argument I've heard in a while. I think you come ...

Posted on: 8:48:24 AM 7/30/2007

OMG that was hilarious! Her little tongue! LMAO

Posted on: 8:45:58 AM 7/30/2007

I was forced to! Forced to endure the constant whinning from people who don't get the answers they are seeking when they post. Sorry I don't support backyard breeders who make excuses why they don't do health testing. I won't and you can't make me ...

Posted on: 9:51:58 AM 7/29/2007

How old is Tina? Most veterinarians recommend a lower protein diet for "senior" dogs anyway. Would it be that terrible for both of them to eat the K/D? You're supplementing with the Wellness anyway? Another trick that helps some animals eat (work...

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