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Posted on: 2:57:11 PM 11/22/2009

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Posted on: 1:54:54 PM 11/22/2009

Feel better now? BTW~ yes, I AM from the south and very proud of the fact, thank you very much.

Had you read the TOS (which means rules) you would see that personal attacks are not permitted. You would also have seen that posting links t...

Posted on: 5:37:12 PM 11/21/2009


"Riley is a very knowledgable woman and I see nothing foolish about her calling someone out when THEY are the ones that appear to be acting foolish."
Calling me out on WHAT? In what post have I acted "foolish"? I have done nothing but made ...

Posted on: 4:39:57 PM 11/21/2009

oxfordbostons you cannot calculate the exact date your dog will whelp. You can however get it to about an 8-10 day range. A dog does not necessarily get pregnant the day you bred her, she can actually ovulate up to 72 hours after the breeding and the...

Posted on: 12:34:25 PM 11/21/2009

The time frame of them being kept outside now is probably just a coincidence, more likely the 1.5 yr. old is maturing and testosterone is kicking in full swing now. Is the m...

Posted on: 12:06:03 PM 11/21/2009

Well that explanation is a little confusing since the pics are clearly not of the pups in a doghouse but instead in a large plastic tote filled with wood chips, which appears to be indoors (isn't that wood flooring in the pics next to the tote?)
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Posted on: 9:21:36 PM 11/20/2009

Also something to note - an insulin resistant horse cannot have many of these fruits and vegetables. You'd be surprised at how many veggies have sugar in them. Carrots for example are a big no no for such a horse.
I buy my ir mare treats made fo...

Posted on: 9:14:27 PM 11/20/2009

If there are anymore signs that something is wrong I think you should get this dog to a vet pronto. Actually maybe you should have taken him/her? today (Friday) as now you would have to wait until Monday to get into your vet unless you have an emerge...

Posted on: 9:02:33 PM 11/20/2009

Wood chips for bedding? Aren't you concerned about the particles getting into the umbilical area or the mother accidentally consuming some day after day while cleaning up after her babies? Or the particles getting into their eyes when they start to o...

Posted on: 2:56:42 PM 11/20/2009

I'm surprised nobody has commented to you yet about checking the dates of the posts and pointed out how this is an old post.

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