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Posted on: 8:36:30 PM 11/12/2004

I recently adopted an 11 year old Lab/Beagle Mix. I have a feeling that since he hasn't been with us long, and since he's so old, he really wouldn't protect us. And he's definitally not scary lookin enough to scare someone away. But, I think that if ...

Posted on: 8:32:26 PM 11/12/2004

Thats aweful, i went into a pet store in the mall the other day. Their cages are 2 ft by 2 ft. Thats so sad. A family got a basset hound out becuase they were considering buying it, and while i was observing it, it looked like it had trouble walking....

Posted on: 7:50:12 PM 9/18/2004

lol....wow. cats a re great animals, loving, cuddling... Mine jsut jumped onto the window sill and knocked a plant pot off, its smashed. lol. o well. we still love him. good luck, they are nice animals.

Posted on: 9:21:51 PM 9/3/2004

hehehe, this is tuff ad confusing, i'm not sure there is anyway to call a deaf dog if he is out of sight. I think you aren't gonna be able to let the dog out of your site as much anymore. My german Shepherd was very old and it became deaf and went ou...

Posted on: 7:26:25 PM 9/3/2004

Mine is just my first name. :) :p

Posted on: 7:17:55 PM 9/3/2004

My friend's aunt had the same problem, and the vetadvised ehr to put the cat on prosac (sp?). But you'd definiatlly wanna see your vet before doing anything unusual.

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