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Viewing all posts found for user rottluvr
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Posted on: 11:18:02 PM 4/9/2008

I would love to hear more about your BRT. I think they are so cool. I would love to have one. Im having trouble deciding between the BRT and the Giant Schnauzer

Posted on: 10:19:24 PM 4/9/2008

I, too am sorry to hear about the loss of your parents. I lost both of my grandparents within six months. This time last year I was running back and forth to the hospital to make sure my grandmother was being taken care of properly. I still can't b...

Posted on: 9:55:30 PM 4/9/2008

A yorkie breeder I know recommends keeping a savings account for vet costs. She says it's much more practical especially if you have more than one dog. That way you don't have to deal with paper work or worry about what is covered and for how much....

Posted on: 6:21:56 PM 4/6/2008

Glad to hear everything's okay.

Posted on: 2:33:32 PM 4/6/2008

Happy Birthday from Bailey and Harley!

Posted on: 2:31:20 PM 4/6/2008

Where did you get her from? My maltese is the exact same way. I adopted him from my local humane society when he was approximately one year old. I know he wasn't socia...

Posted on: 2:09:57 PM 4/6/2008

I really like your idea! I wonder, though, how willing the papers will be to jeopardize their business. Can they legally refuse an ad? My local paper usually contains 2 or 3 ads for free mixed breeds, but there are 2 free classified papers with se...

Posted on: 2:00:36 PM 4/6/2008

I was just wandering if anyone knew what these pads are made from. Are the just plastic and cloth, or do they contain any chemical agents?

Posted on: 8:10:31 PM 4/5/2008

My cat has done this several times and my maltese shares in the spoils. They seem to have some sort of partnership. O.P. the cat knocks the trash over and bailey sprea...

Posted on: 5:31:38 PM 4/3/2008

I understand your comments but there is a major difference between your family vet putting your dog to sleep in your presence and an uneducated and callous animal control officer euthanizing dog after dog. I don't see how anyone could put that many ...

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