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Posted on: 12:35:21 AM 9/30/2007

Just a quick note for now since I don't have much time. In my breed which is similar to yours this is what I do and several other breeders I know as well.

We introduce puppy food at 4 weeks old I put it in the blender with the milk formula...

Posted on: 2:52:35 AM 9/29/2007

Yup good bred dogs of show quality will usually cost some $$$ The stud that I bred one of my girls to was up for sale the year after and they were asking $12,000 for him at 4 years old. A show pup of my breed "should" cost at least $2500+ and a pet u...

Posted on: 5:52:44 AM 9/27/2007

Any more puppers before I head of to sleepy land? 3already and expecting more..... good size litter for such a small dog eh?

How big are the little buggars, can we tell what the scoundrel of a father was. Ha ha, deat beat doggie, where's t...

Posted on: 5:44:03 AM 9/27/2007

well at least I know that I can sleep for the next 5 hours ;)

Posted on: 5:12:07 AM 9/27/2007

dag nabbit Savannah you swoped in out of nowhere and took her away from me! LoL glad everything is going alright I was wondering why she was not calling me back and now I know...........

Posted on: 3:17:55 AM 9/27/2007

Ok everyone, puppies are comming. Watter broke and she is in her box like a good little mama should be.
I'll try to keep you updated as I get the play by play. I'm packing for my dog show and helping over the phone, the computer is just to heavy...

Posted on: 11:46:00 PM 9/26/2007

Milk will begin to develop before birth and you will notice a huge difference the week after the pups are born, they don't need as much milk at first because they are so small but as they grow milk production usually does as well :)

Posted on: 10:25:54 PM 9/26/2007

that's so sad, i'm sure you will make the right choice when it is time to do that. I'd at least give him a week if not longer. Keep him quiet and perhaps some antiinflamitory meds could help him?

Posted on: 10:22:57 PM 9/26/2007

Ha Ha, where have I been on this thread? Congrats on your babies you will have your hands full on about week 4-5 when they start walking around for sure. No sleep from birth till 3 weeks making sure that no one gets squished and then after 4 weeks y...

Posted on: 10:08:50 PM 9/26/2007

lol, funny miss communication. I don't even think I realized that as I read. As usual the understanding was there but I was typing faster than I processed details, lol

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