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Posted on: 6:15:52 PM 12/10/2005

I agree w/Basset Lover, wait'll you have kids :)

It's the same thing. EXHAUSTING!!

I am surprised that you would choose a JRT as your first dog, but now you're learning why certain breeds have their fanciers!


Posted on: 3:59:23 PM 12/9/2005

Too cute. Where are the pups located?

Posted on: 2:39:48 PM 12/9/2005

He could be displaying *leash aggression* when he's on the leash. I bet you're actually pulling him in on the leash when other dogs are around which immediately will put him on the defensive. He *feels* your *fear* of the impending situation and re...

Posted on: 10:17:19 AM 12/8/2005

This is why you should really do a lot of research into breeders and even adoption agencies. You should not be able to buy a dog like you buy a pair of pants.

There are interviews involved, for both parties, etc. Is it frustrating? Sure,...

Posted on: 2:43:38 PM 11/25/2005

if she's not spayed and has a distended belly and not eating it could be pyometra, an infection of the uterus.

I suggest a visit to the vet asap!

Posted on: 2:35:07 PM 11/25/2005

Ok there is a BIG difference to me between just a dog biting and a dog breaking a child's arm, no matter what the circumstances are.

I'm sorry but the dog should be euthanized....

Just my opinion.

Posted on: 10:35:01 AM 11/23/2005

Stay away from her. This is from information on her website:

Am I a big broker?
No, we do not do volume sales. Our pups are sold one at time so we know where each one goes and can decide if we think that family would be good keeper...

Posted on: 10:27:19 AM 11/23/2005

And I feel like a total failure for being unable to find a place he can happily exist.

It's not your fault that he turned out this way. From your post, you've done absolutely everything you can to help him.....you will feel pain, sure, ...

Posted on: 10:14:10 AM 11/23/2005

We felt he needed a child free home, so we placed him in foster care with a breed specific rescue group, who had experience placing child biters.

What group would even take in a biting dog??? that's insane.

The dog needs to b...

Posted on: 3:04:36 PM 11/21/2005

I'm sorry, but biting a kid in the face is a death sentence for any dog in my house.

Couldn't have said it better myself....I agree. There is no excuse for face biting, especially if stitches were required.

Good luck with your...

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