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Posted on: 12:32:26 PM 4/21/2008

There is a problem with electric fencing that noone ever seems to point out! It doesnt keep predator dogs OUT!!!
Our Collie had it's leg bitten/ripped off by a pitbu...

Posted on: 6:59:22 PM 4/3/2008

Ok I'll add my to cents

first let me say Great article Pyrmom and all the suggestions will be very helpful. I am not an expert by any means but have been ready to help with three litters so far thankfully I didnt have to yet, not even wit...

Posted on: 1:21:51 AM 4/3/2008

I have 2 intact male pyr's one is 7 and the other 2 years old. For the most part I had them in seperate pens because they started fighting. Then I tried to give max the edge up (as he wasnt ready to give up the top rung)I groomed him first and the 2 ...

Posted on: 8:44:04 AM 4/2/2008

Just a little info for those doubters. At a well known online pharmacy for animals (I.m not sure if I should mention which one)when veiwing dog wormers, Panicure is listed when you click on the link it brings you the panicure paste for horses page. W...

Posted on: 8:28:02 PM 4/1/2008

I am really sorry to here about your loss.
After owning dogs my whole life I have finally stopped the digging/fence gap problem. Only for medium to large dogs- use a string of low voltage cattle wire mount it 3 inches above the ground at the fen...

Posted on: 8:14:17 PM 4/1/2008

I dont usually reply to post's but i guess this one has struck a chord.
Maxpup there is absolutely nothing wrong with leaving your dog outside when no one is home. I find that as long as weather is permitting it is probally better than to have y...

Posted on: 7:37:50 PM 4/1/2008

Basset hounds may fit the bill but how about its howling.
I think almost any puppy is not going to be low key after all theyare puppies.
As an adult I wouldnt recomend a retriever as a lay back dog, or a border colliefor that fact. I thin...

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