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- Wed Jan 29, 2014 8:10 pm
- Forum: Breeders: West
- Topic: Southern California Breeder Recommendations
- Replies: 7
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Also, don't limit yourself to a breeder close by. It is doable to transport puppies. You'll open up a whole world of breeders if you look longer distance.
I once lived in a 1 bedroom, 500sq ft suite with my boyfriend and my 2 aussies who were 6 months and 1.5 years at the time. It really wasn't that bad since most of the time I spent indoors was not get-up-and-go-crazy playing time. We had a yard and either they would be unattended in crates in the h...
You sure you're not ready now? lol! I'm on Vancouver Island, I just haven't gotten my contact info listed on CNASA yet. I probably won't have another litter for five years or so though.
- Sat Oct 05, 2013 3:40 pm
- Forum: Community
- Topic: Anydody in the pacific NW have room to foster? or ideas?
- Replies: 35
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I wish I could take him Sallee. Sadly the inn is full, and I already have one SA boy to deal with. I wish you all the luck in the world finding him a place!
- Sun Aug 11, 2013 10:21 am
- Forum: Available dogs
- Topic: Female Blue Merle in Florida
- Replies: 13
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Have you contacted the breeder? Most contracts state that the dog must be returned to the breeder if the owner needs to place them for any reason.
Sorry you're having to do this.
Sorry you're having to do this.
I don't know about anywhere else, but here, pet store puppies are either as much as, or cost MORE than what puppies from a good breeder go for, why anyone would spend the same or more money on a puppy that comes with no health history/parental testing is completely beyond me. As for general public, ...
Yay! I will root the Shalako crew on from afar, can't make it this year due to fuzzy kittens hopefully. Next year. Next year I WILL be at nationals if it kills me. I hear ya on sending them, I haven't managed to do it yet. I've had an offer from someone to show Halen on the mainland for me, and I ju...
- Mon Jun 17, 2013 5:54 pm
- Forum: Breeders: South
- Topic: CIRRUS Australian Shepherds - Texas
- Replies: 122
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They were most likely culled, which is what responsible breeders have to make a choice about. If it was obvious that they would have had sight/hearing defects, then I think it was for the best and I can imagine it was not an easy thing to do. What she said. I'm sure that doing this litter was not s...
You might be surprised. My dogs hardly even give girls in their first week of their season a second look. I don't get why you're bummed either, it will be what it will be. And, if he's going to be a show dog, he's going to have to learn to deal with it, there are many girls in season at every show. ...
I also agree, if you can get to a handling class now, that is Auss-ome! I used to take my golden (who was reg'd but far far FAR from show quality) to classes when I was making the transition from obedience to conformation, I'm sure ppl wondered what on earth I was doing there with taht particular do...
I'll be down May 8-16 if I'm remembering correctly off the top of my head. I know there are many things planned, but I think just the dog show is scheduled for a particular day(s).
Can she hook you up with ppl in your area...maybe you can meet up at a show and get some introductions...would that help? Also, do you have any kennel clubs in your area? Going to show handling, getting involved in the club, going to some obedience classes even now with one of the dogs would get you...
Perhaps too much emphasis is being given to "walks" when it should just be providing regular exercise in whatever form that may take. I tend to agree. I also don't walk my dogs because we exercise in the safety of our yard/acreage. I can't just walk from my house, I've tried, it's taking ...