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Posted on: 3:12:18 PM 6/25/2004

It really IS based on your location, but Summergirl is right about the SPCA sometimes offering the spay/nuter discount certificates. I just can't remember where I got mine for Storm (my lab Black Lab). If you do a google search on spy/nuter discoun...

Posted on: 2:58:46 PM 6/25/2004

Try this link http://operationnoblefoster.org/speuter/resources.htm

Posted on: 2:58:01 PM 6/25/2004

Where are you located? I mean, what state?

Posted on: 2:41:27 PM 6/25/2004

Here, in south Fl it usually runs around $125 for dogs 50 -90 pounds or so. You might also want to see if you can obtain a spay/nuter certificate and find a vet who will accept it. That will also reduce your expenses by a bit.

Posted on: 7:06:38 AM 6/25/2004

Thank you for sahring it~ I have just sent the link to the new parents of my litter! It's says what I've told them in the puppy care pages I provide, but as the others have said, it's told so well and it too perfect to pass up passing on!

Posted on: 7:01:35 AM 6/25/2004

Oh, do I understand! On the advise of my breeder I fed my litter of pups chicken liver at 5 weeks. I must have "overdone it" as within 20 minutes we had 10 puppies with the squirts! I made sure they stayed well hydrated , called the vet, gave the ...

Posted on: 6:52:01 PM 6/24/2004

My 2 cents would be that the trainer should NOT be advising any form of medication, that should be up to you and your vet to decide. I'm with the rest on giving it time to get her socialized.

Posted on: 7:18:38 AM 6/24/2004

Summergirl, not sure if you wanted only Hoosgow to reply, but...anyone who has known and loved any breed of dog will agree that they absolutely understand our language, both spoken AND unspoken. Thanks for the link, it's very interesting and just go...

Posted on: 12:07:09 PM 6/16/2004

I thought I would mention...my litter was started at 6 weeks, as I said on Filaibits Plus (chewable tablets, based on weight), they were each about 10 pounds at that point. BUT..what I really wanted to share is this, I had my adult dogs on Revol...

Posted on: 9:00:48 PM 6/15/2004

my vet had me start the pups at 6 weeks, but they are a large breed and quite a few of the meds (most) go by weight.

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