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Old 02-13-2009, 12:14 PM
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a kiddie pool is NOT a good idea for that size dog PLEASE do NOT use a kiddie pool.
oh..sorry.

well they seem easy to build.
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Old 02-13-2009, 12:14 PM
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Old 02-13-2009, 12:15 PM
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that too but i covered that in my first post i thought LOL
woops didnt see that part sorry
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oh..sorry.

well they seem easy to build.
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no thats ok i wasnt aiming that towards you
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Old 02-13-2009, 12:23 PM
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Old 02-13-2009, 12:35 PM
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Bigdogs, im sorry we didnt start off on the right foot. Im fransheska, I also have a GSD, except my kenya is a Bicolor

i know some of may seem harsh and mean but we really arent, we are just really passionate about doggies, as im sure you are 2.
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Old 02-13-2009, 12:51 PM
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oh for Christ's sake, did someone stalk me onto this boardsite too??

My B/F and I co-own several German Shepherds. We had three litters this past year and placed all of the pups, no problems.
When the stray/abandoned big dogs arrived this year I thought it would be a better idea to stop breeding and work more with rescues. I found a good home for the big dogs, and brought home the pregnant girl and her boyfriend so she could have the proper attention when she delivers her pups. At the moment she is laying at my feet with that "I love only you" look in her eyes. I brought the daddy home with me because I figured having him around would make it better when finding homes for the puppies. He's scheduled for neutering on March 9. I love him, he is a fantastic example of a good pitbull. The mama will be spayed asap.

I used to feel as if I was under attack because I was breeding, now I feel as if I am under attack because I am rescuing instead. Don't you people ever get off?
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Old 02-13-2009, 12:55 PM
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oh for Christ's sake, did someone stalk me onto this boardsite too??

My B/F and I co-own several German Shepherds. We had three litters this past year and placed all of the pups, no problems.
When the stray/abandoned big dogs arrived this year I thought it would be a better idea to stop breeding and work more with rescues. I found a good home for the big dogs, and brought home the pregnant girl and her boyfriend so she could have the proper attention when she delivers her pups. At the moment she is laying at my feet with that "I love only you" look in her eyes. I brought the daddy home with me because I figured having him around would make it better when finding homes for the puppies. He's scheduled for neutering on March 9. I love him, he is a fantastic example of a good pitbull. The mama will be spayed asap.

I used to feel as if I was under attack because I was breeding, now I feel as if I am under attack because I am rescuing instead. Don't you people ever get off?
i think you did a GREAT GREAT thing rescuing this girl!
the only thing thats concerning is where she will be having her puppies, a cage/closet just doesnt sound like a good idea, i can tell you love her already, we just dont want something bad to happen to this girl or her babies
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