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Posted on: 11:22:38 PM 9/29/2007

He looks alot like Katee...and she's a german sheppard/black lab mix.

Posted on: 11:16:47 PM 9/29/2007

Livvie, the baby is growing and needs lot's of sleep!! You can give puppies baths early on!! Just don't use anything harsh!!

Posted on: 11:13:55 PM 9/29/2007

Go to petfinders.com and simply put in the breed that you want!! You can find SO MANY homeless daisy dogs that need to be rescued and loved!!! That's your best and kindest bet!! Why spend a large amount of money when you can find a pure bred OR not p...

Posted on: 11:10:20 PM 9/29/2007

I agree!! You just have to continuosly take them out until they go!! Mine go about every 2 hours...but with puppies it's more frequent!! Just get him a little doggy sweater and take him out until he does his business!!! Good luck!! If he uses puppy p...

Posted on: 11:07:04 PM 9/29/2007

I agree. But at 14 years old...it's probably the age. Could be arthritis.

Posted on: 11:02:47 PM 9/29/2007

Ha ha!! So back to the point. No matter what he is..he's beautiful and loved! About the barking...I've trained mine with a noise association and "NO!". They start barking...you find a noise that you can use to stop the barking...use the noise and say...

Posted on: 10:55:51 PM 9/29/2007

VERY CURABLE!! She's just letting her know who's the boss. They do lighten up. The puppy is still new and strange. My friend has a lab mix that was the "only one" for about 2 months and was used to being the only one getting her daddy's affection and...

Posted on: 10:49:24 PM 9/29/2007

I agree and disagree!! I had an australian sheppard that I adopted from a shelter. He was the sweetest dog I'd ever had..had some chewing issues...but what dog doesn't?? We crate trained him and loved him and he did just fine!! We unfortuneatly had t...

Posted on: 10:43:39 PM 9/29/2007

I totally agree!! The sooner the better and a faster recovery. When they're that young they spring back fast!! Your vet knows what she's talking about. I've had all of my babies neutered young with no problems!!! They do just fine!!! Some vets even l...

Posted on: 10:38:09 PM 9/29/2007

Is the above statement true?? CHAINED to a tree for 12 hours?? WOW!!! Why would even bother purchasing a puppy if you're not home and you leave the poor thing chained for 12 hours?? I've owned and raised

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