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Posted on: 12:29:43 AM 11/17/2008

If it comes down to it you can also try hot wire. Not fun, but better than your dog getting hit. Depending on where you put it. it can do double duty to keep the dog from digging under and going over the fence.

Posted on: 11:53:17 PM 11/16/2008

I believe wholeheartedly that show and working dogs need to be one and the same. I am a JRTCA member, my daughters show Jack russells. My older daughter has one of the only bronze medallion females in Texas. The bronze medallion being the highest hun...

Posted on: 11:30:59 PM 11/16/2008

Out of curiosity, why was it ok to create new breeds of dogs by mixing existing breeds a century or so ago, but not now? I'm just wondering why people say it isn't ok and that dogs that are so-called designer breeds are mutts and that the ancestors o...

Posted on: 11:34:21 PM 10/20/2008

As far as a mixed breeder not being reputable I don't necessarily agree. If the breeder is making sure his parent dogs are healthy, compatible physically and tempermentally. And if the breeder is making sure that the puppies are being raised in a hea...

Posted on: 11:23:36 PM 10/20/2008

I'm of mixed feelings on mixed breeds. First I know many breeds were developed for a specific purpose (many have been so overdeveloped they can no longer perform the tasks they were bred for). Second I know all breeds were again developed. It'...

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