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Old 11-01-2005, 12:53 PM
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That's great of you to take care of them!!
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Old 11-01-2005, 01:37 PM
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That's awsome she had her puppies safely. Try to give those pupps the best home that they deserve.
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Old 11-08-2005, 10:35 AM
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Our nephew is going to take one he had a pekingnese mix that was 12 years old that just had to be put to sleep and our one friend wants the only yellow female thats the one I wanted to keep oh well Bailey is going to need a new home and she is really a great dog and the 6 other pups they will be ready just in time for christmas which really worries me I don't like "christmas pups"
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Old 11-11-2005, 12:53 PM
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OK - My Lab isnt velcro-ish but he knows when he's getting spoiled. He lives outside in a 30ftx10ft kennel run, he has a sturdy dog house with hay inside for bedding, he has a 10 gal. bucket of water out at all times his food bowls are rotated daily, his kennel run is cleaned daily, and he has plenty of toys in the kennel run to keep him occupied. He's an outside Lab, but he's well taken care of. If it drops down to freezing temps (Im talking 32 or below) he gets put in his crate in the garage that is attached to the house where its about 50-60 degrees in there. On hunts he wears a vest that keeps him warm, and he is throughly dried before being put back in his kennel during the winter to keep him from getting hypothermia since water cools the body 25% faster.

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Old 11-14-2005, 01:29 PM
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She couldnt tell the dog was pregnant i meanthey get big when they are pregnant with 8 pups and if she ever went out and petted her she should of felt the pups moving*arg* I hate pls ignorance
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Old 11-14-2005, 01:41 PM
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Your sister has so many things wrong with her, I wouldn't know where to start!! (I mean no disrespect to you).

I'm glad that you are responsible enough to take care of her mistakes... hopefully all of the puppies go to good homes, make sure they sign a spay/neuter contract, and avoid this problem again!!

Ugh!!

That being said, I WANT PICTURES OF PUPPY GOODNESS!!
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Old 11-17-2005, 07:38 PM
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Originally Posted by wildwings811
Our nephew is going to take one he had a pekingnese mix that was 12 years old that just had to be put to sleep and our one friend wants the only yellow female thats the one I wanted to keep oh well Bailey is going to need a new home and she is really a great dog and the 6 other pups they will be ready just in time for christmas which really worries me I don't like "christmas pups"
Hats off to you wildwings. Good luck with placing the next litter and mother. Everyone wants the christmas puppy. You might end up having to keep them until jan 1. Hang in there. We're all routing for you
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