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Posted on: 11:05:31 PM 1/26/2009

Typically there are no long term affects if the pup makes it through. Being small @ 4 pounds does decrease her odds a bit. A good vet with 24 hour staff will do more good than anything. I think even our rural clinics should keep at least one person o...

Posted on: 4:00:12 PM 1/25/2009

At least with AKC she could get in trouble for doing that if everything was properly written down on paper such as on a contract. If she had done that to you saying they were CKC registered, CKC could care less. Not all AKC breeders are good, but mos...

Posted on: 2:56:41 PM 1/24/2009

I don't want to start anything over this but what I said is 100% truth. If you want the e-mail address to the AKC official who is handling this, please PM me and I will be glad to give it to you. I know, it goes completely against everthing we have...

Posted on: 10:47:50 AM 1/24/2009

Your foxes need checked out by the conservation if they are being this brave. Foxes are one of the most ellusive creatures and rarley make their presence known. Many times there will be a steady population of them but the people in the area have no c...

Posted on: 10:39:48 AM 1/24/2009

But they will also accept them if only the grandparents were AKC and it skipped a generation. Parents them selves don't have to be AKC. I think that skipped generation is where the problem with limited registration would come in. Not saying I am for...

Posted on: 4:27:39 AM 1/24/2009

Actually, AKC is registering dogs registered with APRI if they are from AKC dogs either parents or grandparents at least. I do not know how far back they go but at least 2 generations.

No, I do not own any APRI dogs(all AKC here) but my mo...

Posted on: 4:07:49 AM 1/24/2009

Wow, dog-chooser is stupid

Here is choice #1 for me, I also wanted a medium sized dog.
#1AiredaleTerrier x Labrador Retriever = Lab'Aire

Posted on: 3:50:02 PM 1/20/2009

I would get a second opinion before taking the pup back. Umbilical hernias are generally non threatening. Most vets are happy to fix them at the same time as a spay. This current vet sounds anti breeder and is likley to charge you $1000 too much f...

Posted on: 1:56:24 AM 1/16/2009

They also start to tremble a little while they are layed down and most usually dig, dig, dig and did I mention dig? They usually pant, but I have one that doesnt so not a reliable indicator with her. Tempature is also pretty good too, will general...

Posted on: 1:11:09 AM 8/17/2008

It could just be complete fluke but I dont know for sure. I had a litter once that should have been some awesome pups and both the parents were on the large size of standard at 28 pounds and they had to be exercised to stay their. I kept a puppy th...

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