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Posted on: 10:10:30 PM 3/17/2010

When putting in a fence, we were told to lay the fencing either on the ground on the inside, or dig it about 6" deep. Our fenced yard has an 8' fence, plus 2' of fencing lining the inside just under the dirt. Not a single problem with digging.

Posted on: 1:37:28 AM 3/16/2010

He definitely has the coat and markings of an Australian Cattle Dog. The head and ears do look like a

Posted on: 1:28:04 AM 3/16/2010

I agree with collecting a sample to put in your yard. He will desperately miss his walks, as dogs really need to be walked daily. I had a Golden and when I gave birth to my daughter, I stopped walking her for awhile and she started to chew up our f...

Posted on: 1:22:36 AM 3/16/2010

I bought a tool called the FURminator when I had Golden Retrievers and it worked very well to eliminate the shedding. We have a cat and I actually shave the ca...

Posted on: 1:18:52 AM 3/16/2010

I agree with Illusion. Our dogs are great with cats, but every dogs personality is different. I think it will be trial and error or if you are going to adopt from a shelter, ask at the shelter. If you get a dog from a breeder, I would think that t...

Posted on: 1:12:42 AM 3/16/2010

My litters do the same and sometimes the growling sounds vicious, but I have read it is normal puppy behavior and important for development. You can muzzle them if you wish. If they are two of the same sex, they may be determining dominance, but at...

Posted on: 1:08:53 AM 3/16/2010

I think they are smaller litter, 4-5 pups. I hope you did not breed a hairless to a hairless. There is a fatal gene that can affect up to 25% of the litter. My friend has a hairless and said you can breed two powderpuffs or a hairless and a powder...

Posted on: 11:24:11 PM 3/14/2010

How is she doing now? I always take my mother in for a full physical three to four days after birth, when the pups get their dew claws removed. Panting is not normal that I have noticed, but bleeding is very normal for many days after birth. The f...

Posted on: 4:58:01 PM 2/9/2010

Any shelter, humane society, SPCA, etc. will do it for a fraction of the cost.

Posted on: 4:56:31 PM 2/9/2010

I have my male and female both OFA certified. Just hips though, as I did not know about elbows or knees at that time. When I had it done, my veterinarian told me he had not done this in years. He also told me I might want to consider getting them ...

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