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Posted on: 3:33:00 PM 12/19/2006

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Posted on: 6:15:57 PM 12/14/2006

ASPCA is great if you live in New York. I happen to be a West Coaster. It would be nice if there was one organization that covered all the States or all of North America. I haven't even found one that covers a whole state or region.

Posted on: 6:05:24 PM 12/14/2006

Have a Happy one. You get to go to agility. Dusty and I get to look forward to a Wind Storm. I think you're getting the better deal. ;)

Posted on: 6:02:11 PM 12/14/2006

Well Smokey will be 16 in February. He was declawed (front only) when he was neutered at 6 months. He has never had any problems with the declaw. The neuter is another story. He had to go back into surgery because the incision closed to fast an...

Posted on: 4:35:09 PM 12/12/2006

Elk and Salmon? I may have to look into that one. My girls really like Solid Gold Wolf King too. It's a Bison formula, but it's a little rich for them on a regular basis. I'm going to be adding Salmon oil or Flax Seed oil or both to their diets...

Posted on: 1:21:41 PM 12/12/2006

was going to tell you to talk to LOR, but I see she beat me to the reply button. lol One of my huskys is allergic to chicken, so they all eat Eagle Pack Holistic Anchovy, Sardine and Salmon. Since you have access to the internet, you can check...

Posted on: 1:15:53 PM 12/12/2006

average weight for a male ferret is 2.5 to 5 lbs. I know boys who will weigh in at 3 lbs from May to October and jump up to 4 lbs for winter. Make sure Fred is eating a well balanced Ferret diet.

Posted on: 5:57:35 PM 11/24/2006

Min - ferrets enjoy digging in dirt and tunnelling. By making a rice bin available, they can dig to their hearts content and "mom" doesn't have to worry about the dirt plugging up their little noses. If you use dirt, you have to make sure is "cle...

Posted on: 6:00:08 PM 11/16/2006

Most of the Ferret breeding industry (the big boys anyway) mark all ferrets that have been altered and descented. A Marshall farms ferret will have two distinct dots on one ear. One for spay or neuter the other for descenting (anal glands only). ...

Posted on: 5:41:40 PM 11/16/2006

WileyBlaze - I think it's great that your sibe will behave that way. Wish mine would. I've met one other that doesn't just take off running. However, all the reading I've done on sibes states to never trust them off leash in the open. I hope th...

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