Archive for November, 2011
Question by deannabrown8: How can a Doberman breeder tell a “show” quality dog when its just a tiny puppy?
Where in N. Florida can I find a breeder with a show quality doberman pinscher without spending an arm in a leg?
I am doing both. I already have a dobie puppy but within 2 years (hopefully) I’d like to purchase and show another. I’m trying to learn everything I can..that’s why I’m asking.
I consider an Arm and a leg over $ 5000. I did not buy my puppy from a petstore.
Answer by Ceasars MomYou cannot get a “show quality” dog for anything LESS than an arm and a leg. Any pup (from a reputable breeder) not meeting breed standard would be sold as a pet, and usually… Continue reading this item... | 6 Comments
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Question by disciple92800: News Flash….This Just in….I repeat, this just in……?
Sundance 3 year old cat may be be going insane. Symptoms are as follows….sniffs at furniture, as if something were there….looks into mirror for another cat, but fails to find one….will also sit in middle of living room whre couch is at and waits for another cat to appear, from under couch. Should we check him into the feline psychiatric hosptial or adopt a kitten or cat. We ask you the public to decide this matter. Any and all help would be appreciated. Thank you.
Answer by Caroline Knothing’s probably wrong, but if you’re really worried, take her to the vet.
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Murdoch University Warns All Dog Owners About Hidden Snakebite Signs
(PRWEB) November 26, 2010
With the arrival of summer just days away, dog owners have been warned to monitor their dogs closely this summer, especially if they live or walk near bushland reserves. According to Murdoch University’s Dr Katrin Swindells, it is often difficult to tell when a dog has been bitten.
“While some dogs (and cats) will show symptoms known as pre-paraletic signs such as periods of wobbliness, collapsing, inappropriate urination or defecation,
or vomiting, others will not show any signs – and a bite site can be extremely hard to find amongst their hair,”… Continue reading this item...
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Question by princess.suzyq: Please help with Pet Adoption sites in Oregon?
I have registered with several rescues – I go to Craig’s List everyday, as well as Petfinder.com and 1-800-SaveAPet. Are there any sites that I’m missing that you know of? Before anyway replies with “go to a shelter”, just know that shelters place their animals on Petfinder and I do go to all the local shelters websites within 100 miles, just in case.
We are looking for a large breed dog – English or Tibetan Mastiff, St. Bernard, Newfoundland, Shiba Inu, mixed with Lab or purebred.
We are fine with paying re-homing fee’s and/or adoption fee’s. I would rather not go through a breeder – I don’t believe they are all “bad”, really – I have talked to several who have… Continue reading this item... | 2 Comments