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Posted on: 10:07:16 AM 9/20/2004

Oh. Me either. Didn't think to check the date. It's a shame... I hope Bruce did find helpful info to bring the dog up in the right way.

Posted on: 2:25:12 AM 9/18/2004

I am willing to give you the benefit of the doubt because you said that your dog is friendly because you have loved and cuddled him. I am going to assume your concern is similar to the one I linked to above, and to this one: http://www.terrificpets.c...

Posted on: 1:50:50 AM 9/18/2004

Bruce, I hope you are still here... I am glad that you are giving your dog lots of love and attention. I think that is the very best way to assure that your dog will want to protect you. Pit bulls are not naturally a guarding breed. I have heard o...

Posted on: 12:49:47 AM 9/18/2004

I would not encourage them to be aggressive. But one thing you CAN do (if their current signs of aggression are not so severe that you can't) is to have them wait for your okay before they happily greet your visitors. If it is not a personal friend, ...

Posted on: 3:28:40 PM 9/15/2004

I went over and lurked and read your post on PF, Acey. They really turned out to be not so bad in the end (with the exception of the person talking about Acey's mother)... I can only imagine that being in the rescue business in a big way is incredibl...

Posted on: 12:17:05 AM 9/15/2004

Will he tug on a rope toy? Where are our groomer members?

Posted on: 11:53:58 PM 9/14/2004

Acey, ya got me! Sound breeding, and therefore more likey a sound temperament when getting a puppy. That does make sense. I don't know that I would choose to get a rescue PUPPY either, as a matter of fact. So yep, I agree that's a reasonable reason t...

Posted on: 6:51:00 PM 9/14/2004

I have heard of people being completely turned down by rescues just because of not having a fence. (I don't have one, I believe Missy is about as happy as any pet I know)Now I know they are wanting to find the dogs forever homes, and I know they see ...

Posted on: 6:40:41 PM 9/14/2004

"If breeding was totally stopped, we would have nothing but mixes and would lose the beauty and individuality of each breed. " This is true and sometimes I have trouble remembering it. It is nice to be able to get a specific breed and have some id...

Posted on: 6:29:51 PM 9/14/2004

But the above reasoning,MLS2004's, cannot possibly apply to the many of us who spay and neuter our animals and who do not buy from breeders. (not saying that it applies for those who DO breed, either, just that it is completely not feasible for those...

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