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  1. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dog Has Record Litter Of 24 Puppies POSTED: 1:47 pm EST January 20, 2005 UPDATED: 3:45 pm EST January 20, 2005 A Neapolitan mastiff in Manea, United Kingdom, has broken a world record by giving birth to a litter of 24 mastiff puppies, according to a report. [url=http://www.local6.com/slideshow/news/4112551/detail.html?qs=1;s=1;p=news&dm=ss&tn=b]Images of Puppies[/url] Breeders Damian Ward and his girlfriend, Anne Kellegher, had only been expecting their two-year-old mastiff, Tia, to
  2. This theory irritates me. Sorry... I don't believe it. :-? I have yet to hear a logical explanation...or even proof for that matter. What do you think?
  3. Total signatures: 26530 Signature goal: 20K! We did it! By Monday, this will be finished!!
  4. [quote]a 16 year old kid who runs Cuddlypuppy.com[/quote] [quote name='pwrpufgirlz']Dear Ms. McCaskell: We appreciate your letter and your concerns. When we chose to profile Timothy Hampson as a successful young entrepreneur we visited his home and took care to look into his business practices. [b]Timothy told us he checks out and visits all his breeders personally to insure the puppies are raised in healthy conditions and has the breeders follow a veterinarian-approved health protocol before he accepts their animals.[/b] Most of the breeders, he says, have only one or two bre
  5. Just an observation... (I can't remember the name of the blue one) but he looks VERY "HAPPY" in that first picture. I thought he was supposed to be fixed? Didn't he say Deja was the only one not fixed because she wasn't his dog?
  6. [quote name='StarFox'] KP I have to resectfully disagree with your post. I have a huge problem with his "methods" weather they be for the working dog or not.[/quote] Thats cool. :D You are more than free to your opinion of course. I understand and appreciate where you are coming from completely. Thank you for disagreeing politely :D Like I said I don't agree with everything there but in some ways there are things I understand to some degree in other areas. In anycase, back to the topic :P , the chick who is training this dog is WAY off the mark and I wouldn't want her withi
  7. [b][size=6]THANK YOU[/size][/b] Loki you pretty much summed up everything. Because OF it's reason for use and the potential problems it could cause, an e-collar is an investment, not something you should bargain shop for. It should be a solid name brand. The lowest stim on an e-collar should be no stronger than licking the end of a 9 volt battery or light static electricity and should have at LEAST 7 settings or a dial. Hands down, if the lowest stim is stronger than that it's defective. The lowest setting should NOT be painful. It should be just enough feeling to get the dogs atte
  8. [quote name='courtnek'] I WONT comment on Sue, four letter words are NOT appreciated... how about a FIVE letter word? "bitch" comes to mind.... :evilbat: :evilbat:[/quote] :lol: :lol: :lol: I'll drink to that! :drinking: :drinking: :drinking:
  9. 8) 8) 8) And you are doing an EXCELLENT job Mei Mei! :D Keep up the great work mods! Hopefully eventually we will be psycho free... :P
  10. Mor[u]A[/u]phine is one of the strongest hardest pain narcotics on the market, right below Fentenyl. Extremely addictive and can actually cause some pretty bad constipation. Because it's a narcotic it's very regulated on who gets it. I've never heard of Morphine.
  11. We use pepto all the time without problems. Kuma isn't too fond of it at all but it definately helps.
  12. For the love of god.... when is enough, enough? :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: :evil: I may not be the most valued or the most contributory of all the members here but I have visited nearly every single day since becoming a member and I love this place. I really enjoyED coming here up until "the jerk" showed up but this is just getting rediculous. She is WAY out of line for her comments to Mei Mei who has been very fair and patient to her this whole time. I could handle all this till I read this thread but this is rediculous. Have I been nice about my comments to her...? No.
  13. Kuma is called Kuma bear, Kuma Chameleon, Monkey butt, or goose/goosie We call Peeka Boo.... Peeka, Turd, Dork, The Weazle, or Boozer :lol: :lol: :lol:
  14. And yet it moves from one closed topic to another...Can't take a very clear "hint"? :roll: [quote name='primorse'] Cheekymunkee, I gather from your continuing defensiveness that you are misunderstanding my point. I am NOT criticizing you for separating your dogs. You do what you have to do to keep your dogs safe, and since there are few (i.e. pretty much no) homes for adult, dog aggressive pit bulls, your options are limited even if you were going to rehome one of them (which I am not suggesting, either). Most of us are aware of how a sad a dog who is closely bond
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