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Posted on: 7:59:13 PM 10/9/2007

Actually The Whole Dog Journal recommends "smart switching". They say switching protein sources can help prevent the development of food allergies or intolerances. Also help prevent a dog from developing a stubborn preferance for one kind of food. I...

Posted on: 11:31:47 AM 10/7/2007

Our local Deli has 98% fat free, no salt turkey. I buy about pound a week for them. They LOVE it. They come running from 3 rooms away if they hear the fridge bin open.
All those feeding apples, make sure to cut out the cores, they're toxic.

Posted on: 5:53:34 PM 9/4/2007

Not so many years ago, slavery was also a "southern thing". Wonder if she thinks that was O.K ????

Posted on: 10:01:11 PM 8/31/2007

3 year old male Rottweiler
1 1/2 year old female Rottweiler

90% i...

Posted on: 7:44:34 PM 8/9/2007

Well you obviously did not read all of the prior posts. I am far from lazy, care very much, and oppose back yard breeding.

Posted on: 11:36:49 AM 8/9/2007

Almost didn't click to see this because of the title, but now I'm glad I did.
Cute critters, both canine and human.
We have those "attacks" at our house also.

Posted on: 11:30:29 AM 8/9/2007

I researched the pros and cons. The link that mastiffluv posted mentions the elevated risk of bone cancer in altered Rotts. I decided to spay my female and leave my male intact. They are house dogs with a fenced yard only ever leaving on leash, so no...

Posted on: 6:00:06 PM 7/16/2007

Bigger is better for me too. When my kids were little it was always the big dogs that played the best with them. The only downside I can think of is the life expectancy is shorter for the bigger breeds. You little dog owners are luckier there.

Posted on: 9:37:34 PM 7/2/2007


Wow, his ears are really crazy. They look like d...

Posted on: 4:19:46 PM 6/14/2007


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