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Posted on: 11:48:15 PM 8/2/2006

I DO find it amazing that people can be offended by a mother breastfeeding her child and yet have no objection whatsoever to the many, many women and girls out there wearing less clothing to go to the mall than I wear when I go swimming. I've seen...

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Posted on: 11:25:39 PM 8/2/2006

Gunny - you have every right to be ticked off. I breastfed my son for almost 7 months. I am a very well "endowed" woman - my breast was bigger than my sons head for quite awhile. Often times it was darn near impossible for me to be discreet - tr...

Posted on: 1:10:00 PM 8/2/2006

For biting - I too have done the hand around the muzzle and then slap your own hand... it does work. I have also simply taken hold on the muzzle and put my face in his and said very sternly.... "NO BITE" But, years ago when I had a husky puppy wh...

Posted on: 8:51:49 PM 8/1/2006

I've had purebreds and I've had mutts and I've loved all of them! All of the dogs that I've had as an adult I've adopted from a shelter or a rescue. Even the one purebred that I had (a Dalmation) I took from a neighbor who was abusing him. My do...

Posted on: 3:07:20 PM 8/1/2006

I assume that you're saying that you have a shih tzu. The vet will give you anything that you need. Mainly when you bring her home you'll want to make sure that she...

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Posted on: 2:53:58 PM 8/1/2006

Ahhh.... the 30th birthday. On my 30th birthday I flew for the first time since 9/11 and met my future mother in law for the first time. On the flight my future husband (now - husband) informed me that his mother didn't know that he and I both sm...

Posted on: 2:44:11 PM 8/1/2006

Oh, for Pete's sake... go away.

Posted on: 12:07:02 PM 8/1/2006

Doesn't it depend on whether it's an English Lab or an American Lab? From what I understand English Lab's can be quite a bit bigger.. especially the males...

Posted on: 11:29:38 AM 8/1/2006

You're definitely right that they take longer to grow out of the puppy stage. I have an 11 year old who still acts very much like a puppy - very energetic, playful and snuggly. Yes, he moans and groans like an old man and he's turning grey around...

Posted on: 10:31:54 AM 8/1/2006

Tell your friend to try giving the dog a bone or a kong filled with cream cheese in the cage so that he has something to keep him busy. Unfortunately - that's one of the problems when you have a new puppy in an apartment... sometimes they bark and...

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