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Posted on: 12:55:55 AM 10/7/2012

Agreed. I used to remove dew claws every litter. Then my vet stopped removing them. I went to another vet and found that most will not want to remove them any longer, as they are the "thumbs" for the dog. We now never remove dew claws and will pr...

Posted on: 12:52:59 AM 10/7/2012

I was just noticing the same thing. My ads here don't work well any more either, yet when I "google" puppies for sale, this is one of the top three sites. I used to post here all of the time, but there isn't much to write about any more.

Posted on: 12:49:06 AM 10/7/2012

Maybe look through some past videos of the dog whisperer or buy his book. It is obvious your dog feels he is the alpha over your son, so maybe keeping him on leash around the house is best. It cannot help your son to have him around, as whether or ...

Posted on: 10:37:49 PM 7/15/2011

Good advice. She will be in heat for nearly a month and will attract males from a mile away. My females had their first heat at 6 to 8 months, so she is normal. If being in heat freaks you out, pregnancy and birth will put you over the edge. Ther...

Posted on: 10:32:42 PM 7/15/2011

Two things: First, get some jingle bells and string from a department store and tie bells to the string, or go to Walmart, they sell them for $9.99 in the pet section. Hang them from the door you take the dog out. Every time you are ready to take he...

Posted on: 12:19:43 AM 7/11/2011

Wow, this is a very tough decision. Is she in pain? Is there joy in her life? Would she eat canned food, rather than have to chew meat? If she is drinking, her kidneys will still function. I always wait until most people would have made the deci...

Posted on: 1:06:55 AM 6/26/2011

Out of the five litters we have had, one pup had a grade 3 murmur. We took him to a veterinary cardiac specialist at Colorado State University-Fort Collins. He said a grade three wasn't even operable, as it was mild. A grade four is one step worse...

Posted on: 6:31:04 PM 6/11/2011

My dogs are high collar trained, as we show them, but out in the neighborhood, I still use a Gentle Leader. That way, I have control over her nose and eye contact. I NEVER walk my dogs with more than a 30" leash. They must be right next to me and ...

Posted on: 12:07:19 AM 3/20/2011


Posted on: 12:05:36 AM 3/20/2011

I would need other pictures as I can't see her. There are DNA tests that you can also take which will tell you.

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