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Posted on: 12:49:32 PM 10/10/2008

I agree rotttlvr.The amount of time you are willing to devote to excercise is critical.If you want a dog that requires less excercise and can be alone however long you need them too then definately not a pitbull..maybe an

Posted on: 12:46:48 PM 10/10/2008

I told everyone I would get pics of Eliza our 4 month APBT up and yesterday we agreed to foster an alaskan malamute who id 11 months.
So here they are!!! ...

Posted on: 11:43:14 AM 10/10/2008

Thank-you both I just had my husband leave for the 4 hour drive.He'll be safe in our home for tonight.Hes 10 months old also I just found out.We'll do our best and try to find him an amazing home.Maybe our own.:0)

Posted on: 2:22:26 PM 10/9/2008

I have been doing rescue in my area for years.Word gets around I got a call from a shelter(kill shelter) about a 10 month old alaskan malamute about to be put ...

Posted on: 11:36:27 AM 10/9/2008

praying for you and your "girlfriend" may God bless her

Posted on: 9:21:35 PM 10/6/2008

I do believe in crate training but a lil puppy cannot hold it all day...impossible so you would be setting the little guy up to soil the crate. wherever puppy has soipled use something to descent the area.I love natures miracle.eliza is 4 months and ...

Posted on: 7:26:11 PM 10/5/2008

I want a perfect dog too! lol. Mine chews,drools,jumps, but loves ALOT But perfect is different, whats cute to you.We have a pitbull but shes very high energy,very affectionate, and as she grows I will feel safe with her as she feels safe with me ...

Posted on: 8:56:56 AM 10/5/2008

wow thats crazy! territorial my a**.Well etleast you stayed clear and avoided all problems!

Posted on: 11:54:25 AM 10/4/2008

Hi our 4 month APBT is teething..hooray lol. I want her to have something safe and enjoyable.I'm so worried about blockages and choking.

Posted on: 11:09:08 AM 10/4/2008

You could keep him on a leash with you for a lil while as much as possible.nuetering really will help alot.Kong toys are great thats what we buy Eliza our APBT.You can fill it with dry treats or this spray liver in a can.She'll try for etleast an hou...

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