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Posted on: 1:04:10 AM 4/17/2009

Kind of a somewhat loaded question and I am sure opinions differ. I am an up and coming breeder in my breed. I have good representations of the breed and am proving that in the ring as we speak but because I havnt got to prove my breeding program ti...

Posted on: 12:08:56 AM 4/6/2009

I have thought my self in circles over the past week. There are alot of perks to having a handler, I have benefited from that already and my dog has been seen and well received by some of the breeder judges at some speacialties the past few weeks. I...

Posted on: 3:49:38 PM 4/5/2009

Do you owner/handle? Why
Do you hire a pro? Why

I ask because I am learning the pro's and con's of each by process of doing. I currently have had a male out with a very well known PWC handler for about 45 days now. She is very good a...

Posted on: 2:40:35 PM 4/5/2009

Hey, illusion, typo there.

98.8 and she will have them in 24 yrs. 24 years is a heck of a long time, probably feels like that to the dog though.

I just had to laugh as that ran through my mind.

Posted on: 2:13:30 AM 4/2/2009

I always keep at least a small can of powder form Esbilac on hand. It isn't the cheapest route but keeping the 1 lb. on hand is worth the investment even if I do have to pitch part of it. You can also freeze the partially used can to help extend its...

Posted on: 9:42:16 PM 3/30/2009

You gave your dog WAY too much. It is 1/10 of a mil per 10 pounds so you basically gave him 10 x's too much. I wouldnt doubt he is having trouble regardless if he had heartworms, the amount of ivermectin could be enough to do serious damage.

Posted on: 8:02:27 PM 3/26/2009

Did the ad say the were ready to at 6 weeks? or did they just happen to be advertising them at 6 weeks but not letting them go until 8 weeks or better.

The post wasnt real clear. I many times have puppies spoken for before the litter is...

Posted on: 1:37:18 AM 3/20/2009

I just want to clarify that it cannot be used in SOME herding breeds. It can safley be used in a variety of them. My breed the Pembroke Welsh Corgi ...

Posted on: 1:45:18 AM 3/17/2009

One more tip to add to what I just said.

Once you get 1 or 2 people together and get a meeting spot and time picked out, make some flyers to post anywhere dog people my pass by such as feed stores, vet clinics, pet supply stores. If it is...

Posted on: 1:34:11 AM 3/17/2009

If you live in a rural area like I do, handling classes are almost non-existant but I do have a recomendation that got one going in my area in the past few months.

Go to your local pet supply store and ask them if they know anybody who s...

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