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Topic: Dogs
Posted By: Baby Girl
Subject: Dogs
Date Posted: March/09/2005 at 6:17pm

I was reading about DK, about his everyday events, he alternates walking Trixie for EXACTLY an hour every day, and brushes twice a day.  Totally schedueled.  Sounds like he really appreciates his dog.  I just recently got a puppy, it is a short haired chow-chow mix, but looks similar to a golden.

Just wondering who else has a dog or almost gotten a dog, and did DK influence your decision at all? 




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Posted By: jchutch2
Date Posted: March/10/2005 at 4:40am
I have a dog. No it's not because of DK, but it would be REALLY cool if my dog were as smart as a lot of the dogs in his books.

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Posted By: MrHynde
Date Posted: March/10/2005 at 5:56am

 

I'm not a happier person because I'm not allowed to have a dog in the apartment where I live  As for DK, it has nothing to do with him, I love dogs naturally. And by the way, I've been feeling somehow annoyed for this repetition of smart dogs in his books. I'm tired of so many smart whoof whoofs. Argh!



Posted By: GeneB
Date Posted: March/10/2005 at 7:26am
I had a retriever/shephard mix that was extremely intelligent. She would get her backpack every Friday night hoping to go backpacking each weekend. she carried her own food and frisbee/bowl. The amazing part was the soccer. At the time she was a pup, I was going to all the Sockers, San Diegos indoor soccer team home games, and always going to the beach and kicking a soccer ball. she picked up the game, and could dribble a soccer ball off her nose the entire length of the beach, and also play 1-on-1 where a human would goalie in the edge of the surf, and she would drive the ball down at you and quickly around for a score in the water. She drew BIG crowds doing this. She also was an excellent swimmer, would chase a frisbee past the surf and then body surf the wave in with a huge smile and frisbee in mouth. memories!!

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Posted By: jchutch2
Date Posted: March/10/2005 at 8:35am
OK...you're just making that up.

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Posted By: GeneB
Date Posted: March/10/2005 at 8:43am
100% true story Hutch, which in these circles is a no-no because that would make it *non-fiction*

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Posted By: DeejayTee
Date Posted: March/10/2005 at 8:51am

Sounds like a great dog, still got her ?

The wife just got a little sh*tzu he's cute but way too chatty for my liking. He talks more than the wife..scary!

But I do love dogs I had a beautiful golden lab when I was growing up and he was the smartest dogI ever seen. He was frisbee/ soccer fan too.

I sure miss him



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Posted By: GeneB
Date Posted: March/10/2005 at 10:27am
No man, my dog story has an OddThomas ending. We had our 1st daughter, and this dog had been mine before marriage mind you....was jealous and growled at Lani-a-3 day old baby, as it was getting attention formerly given the dog. Also, this dog had a fear or compression noises-guns, thunder, bouncing basketballs, etc.; I was at a Dead show in the bay area over New Years Eve, asked wifey and/or my mother to put the dog in the garage NYE so no bad would happen. Well in goes the dog but NO ONE CLOSED THE DOOR!!!!! (get a CLUE, people!) Upon first fireworks (I was 500 miles away) The dog ran out, crashed thru the fench, fell into the neighbors pool, climbed out broke out thru THEIR fence, (VERY strong dog, about 115 lbs), went down into the canyon and tried to claw thru the front door of a new 2-story executive home, scared the occupants; then broke into their garage there by ripping thru the wall at a little kitty door. Next day those nice people took the name/number off her tags and called my wife/mother. Cost me over $500 to repair damage....and after 2 more torture filled weeks had to put her down. The paranoia in regards to the new baby was just too severe. (Yes Hutch this is a TRUE story, more non-fiction)

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Posted By: DeejayTee
Date Posted: March/10/2005 at 12:15pm
Wow ! Sorry if I brought up a painful memory.

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Posted By: GeneB
Date Posted: March/10/2005 at 12:35pm

Well, it's a shame, but the dog lived a great life, and was destined for boredom. I love pets don't get me wrong especially dogs, but they have short lives, become expensive if you try to unnaturally extend their lives and there are so many great ones waiting for adoption, unfortunately, that you have to let go. Being Christian reminds that God gave us dominion over all the animals and Adam got to name them all; so to elevate their status to near or equal that of human is wrong. Life goes on and Lani is now a beautiful 14 yr old high scholler, how would I feel if the dog disfigured her in ANY way??



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Posted By: christophersnow
Date Posted: March/10/2005 at 2:59pm
I have a dog named Chewy, and had him before I ever read a single Koontz book. He's such a lovely dog. Mixture of chow and dalmation, the chow doesn't show though.

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Posted By: GeneB
Date Posted: March/10/2005 at 3:27pm
A friend of mine has a chow mix, and its the first dog I've seen with solid black gums, tongue, and inside mouth too. Very well manered dog; he's a Harley guy and the dog is named Scooter.

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Posted By: isis
Date Posted: March/10/2005 at 3:39pm

What?  There's nothing wrong with that



Posted By: Baby Girl
Date Posted: March/10/2005 at 4:32pm

Gene, thanks for telling us that story. It was sad though.   A couple of years ago, I had to put one of my dogs to sleep because she was just WAY to old, she was in pain everyday. It was so hard for me, I love animals..

my chow actually has a dark purple AND pink tongue.  It's like marbled, because he's a mix.....you'd have to see it.

 



Posted By: christophersnow
Date Posted: April/01/2007 at 11:42am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lBQWUR3u7U - Charles has a licking problem.

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Posted By: WhiteWolf
Date Posted: April/01/2007 at 12:34pm
Originally posted by christophersnow christophersnow wrote:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lBQWUR3u7U - Charles has a licking problem.




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Posted By: Arethusa
Date Posted: April/01/2007 at 2:17pm
I have always had dogs. My parents had German Shephards. I personally like Alaskan Huskies. My first baby gave me hugs every day of his life right to the day he died. Now I have another Husky whom I call a pain, and I also have my wolf-hybrid. She is the most gentle girl.

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Posted By: bubcar
Date Posted: April/02/2007 at 2:48am
The only dog I ever owned was a Black Pit Bull, absolutely wonderful dog. She was the most pleasant dog that you could ever want to own. People give Pit Bulls a bad reputation but I'm one of the few that will say definitely be cautious of buying one but if you get one and raise it right it could be the best dog in the world.

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Posted By: jessie.amber
Date Posted: April/02/2007 at 5:01am
I have a golden retriever. Doesnt have anything to do with Koontz though. I've had one since I was 4 years old. The first one was Teddy... the sweetest, smartest dog in the world. She got cancer and died when I was 15, and now we have Sonny. He's a little "slow" but adorable. I've had him for about 4 or 5 years now. And we recently lost our Cocker Spaniel Chaser. About a month and a half ago.

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Posted By: WhiteWolf
Date Posted: April/02/2007 at 6:01am
Sorry to hear about Chaser, Jessie. My Rottwieler Sierra had terminal cancer a year ago and putting her down was one of the hardest things I've ever had to do.

We haven't gotten another dog since, but we're planning on it, when the time is right. I'd rather have a house to raise a dog in and the kind of financial support as well. Listen to me. I sound like we're planning on having kids, but in a way it's the same.

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Posted By: jessie.amber
Date Posted: April/02/2007 at 6:09am
yeah, it was a big shock with Chaser. He was only 8 years old, and perfectly healthy. he ran outside without us knowing, and it was very dark and cold, so we think he probably got disoriented and got lost, and then we found him the next day behind our neighborhood, and he had gotten hit by a car. It was really sad... but I really believe there are no accidents... so it must have happened for a reason. I think my golden retriever was the saddest one of all though. he didnt eat for almost a week. Chaser was his big brother.

I know what you mean about it being kind of the same as having kids... they are completely a part of your family.

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Posted By: tasha
Date Posted: April/02/2007 at 6:32am
That is such a sad story, I never had a pet as a child but always wanted one, My mum had a similar experience as a child and she never had a dog again. Quite sad.

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Posted By: christophersnow
Date Posted: April/03/2007 at 12:18pm
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_lBQWUR3u7U - Charles has a licking problem.

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Posted By: tasha
Date Posted: April/03/2007 at 9:37pm
Ahh Charles is cute, do you think they put something on his nose? He reminds me of my kids in nursery! Gross I know sorry

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Posted By: heyitslisa
Date Posted: April/05/2007 at 6:40pm
Love, Love, Love Charles!! I had to call my 8 yr old daughter over. She's in love with pugs! I think they are hideously ugly, but you know what they say about beauty and beholders eyes!

We have 2 dogs (a brother/sister combo) rott/chow mix. They have the marbled black and pink tongue. Coal and Cinder are their names. Sweethearts.


Posted By: Virgil
Date Posted: April/12/2007 at 2:40am
I have a 100 lb German Sheppard named Jake, who seems to be convinced that he is in fact a lapdog, and not a 100lb monster. BUT, he's absolutely great with my son, so he can lie on top of me at night if he wants to, I guess.

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Posted By: jessie.amber
Date Posted: April/12/2007 at 6:39am
Gigantic loving lap dogs are my favorite dogs.

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Posted By: Bellsong
Date Posted: April/13/2007 at 3:11pm
Hey
it's been a while since I've been on...life gets busy. We got a dog for our kids ( and ourselves), well, I got the dog, my husband was too keen on the idea but has fallen in love since. She is a great dog. Koontz really didn't influence because I've always loved dogs. Her name is Sheba and she is a doberman mix, we are not sure of what vet says lab but she looks like she has beagle in her. She is 45 lbs and 7 months old.

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Posted By: Kris10
Date Posted: April/04/2008 at 3:22pm
I have a Jack Russell Terrior! The names Bowie. I pretty much treat him as if he were my real child. He really is a cutie pie!


Posted By: gemtaur80
Date Posted: April/04/2008 at 4:54pm
wow this thread is a blast from the past, on the first go around of it I didn't actually have a dog. Now I've had my beagle, Riley for just over a year, and my black lab, Shadow for 8 months.


Posted By: Akirayuki
Date Posted: April/06/2008 at 6:10am
I've had dogs my whole life. Now I have a 65 lb Siberian Husky (shout out to Arethausa) and a 35 lb Shiba Inu. My husky has figured out how to open every door we have ever had. She is so food possessed that she got broke into a pantry and stole a bag out (and I kid you not) ate 18 balloons. The pantry has a child proof lock, we have no idea how she did it. But here is a helpful hint a tablespoon of peroxide will make you dog throw up in about 5 minutes, so when time is of the necessity use that. I am aiming for a stupid dog next time.


Posted By: Arethusa
Date Posted: April/06/2008 at 11:22am
Oh my, you really have your hands full! That is one smart dog.

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Posted By: Akirayuki
Date Posted: April/06/2008 at 1:35pm
Everyone says that she could put Marley to shame, maybe I should write my own book!


Posted By: MONSTER
Date Posted: April/06/2008 at 4:32pm

http://dkoontz.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=12230 - pets anyone...

just saying...lmao

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Posted By: gemtaur80
Date Posted: April/09/2008 at 7:10pm
There is now a pets forum in the freshlinks section of the forum.


Posted By: gemtaur80
Date Posted: April/22/2008 at 6:45pm
I am officially going to have to child proof my kitchen cabinets because my beagle has figured out how to open them and keeps pulling things out.


Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: April/23/2008 at 2:47am
Originally posted by gemtaur80 gemtaur80 wrote:

I am officially going to have to child proof my kitchen cabinets because my beagle has figured out how to open them and keeps pulling things out.


Don't even get me started. I use to have 2 of them, and the male learned to work the latch on the gate so they could get out of the yard. I didn't think it was possible until I actually saw it happen. Though I liked them I'm glad I don't have them anymore. Seemed like atleast 3 times a week I had to get out of bed at the crack of dawn to go catch them.

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Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: April/23/2008 at 8:22am
My puppy Clyde!! Only 9 months old.







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Posted By: WhiteWolf
Date Posted: April/23/2008 at 9:58am
Whoa. 9 months, and Clyde is a big, big boy.

What breed(s) is he?



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Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: April/23/2008 at 10:02am
Bullmastiff, he's supposed to get up to 130# and I'm pretty sure he's going to get there with out any problems. lol

Although he is huge and actually looks rather intimadting, he is really laid back and friendly.

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Posted By: gemtaur80
Date Posted: April/23/2008 at 7:04pm
Riley

Miss Shadow

My Mountain Climbers

Mom's leaving us - run!!

Sibling Death Match


Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: April/24/2008 at 2:47am
look at the tongue on Miss Shadow!!

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Posted By: MONSTER
Date Posted: April/24/2008 at 8:24am
Looks like i'll be geting a dog soon, after the break in across the street my girl is very adament about it..Iv looked on line and found some really cute German Sheperd mix pups at a no kill shelter only $35 adoption fee,
but my question is what the hell is a little puppy going to do if someone breaks into the house..for what shes wanting i need a 200 pound Rott with an taste for blood..think about it..

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Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: April/24/2008 at 8:33am
not necessarily. It's kind of a natural instinct for a dog to protect their home. And in IMO a puppy takes to a new home a lot faster than a grown dog. And on top of that dogs, animals in general, senses energy levels. An animal can spot a person with ill intentions pretty easily.

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Posted By: MONSTER
Date Posted: April/24/2008 at 8:55am
Agreed, i had two boxers for many years and sometimes they just hated a person my sister or me brought home. I just wanted a gun for home protection, and i lost that battle, for the sole reason that my lady just might shoot herself or one of the kids if she got scared enough..which i can unfortuneatly c happining...

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Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: April/29/2008 at 3:03am
So I'm setting in my rocking chair reading last night when the over grown pup walks back in to the house caring what I first assumed was another chunk of wood to chew on. Then this odor feels the room and I realize he has brought in a turd to chew on!!!! NASTY!!! How on earth do you break him of something like that?

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Posted By: gemtaur80
Date Posted: April/29/2008 at 5:58am
If it's own, there's pills you can buy at any pet store that will turn them off the taste of it. If it's other animals' that he's picking up, dunno...


Posted By: MONSTER
Date Posted: April/29/2008 at 6:45am
UG thats nasty, i never had a dog do that..double ug..

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Posted By: gemtaur80
Date Posted: April/29/2008 at 6:48am
I go to a dog park every day, there are several dogs that do it, once in awhile it's my dog too!


Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: April/29/2008 at 8:10am
I've never seen him eat any other poo besides his own. I guess I'll be making a trip to store.

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Posted By: christophersnow
Date Posted: April/29/2008 at 4:29pm
Apparently our new dog, Ginger, has seizures occasionally. We didn't know this until recently. It fell over foaming from the mouth. My brother thought he got rabies from the dog.

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Posted By: MONSTER
Date Posted: April/29/2008 at 6:38pm
thats pretty serius dude. my boxer Jake has them every now and again, he on very expencive meds to treat the problem, when he gets over excited when me or my sister comes home he freaks out and seizes, not pretty when you consider my mom thinks of them as my little brother....i have to calm them down when it happens...been there done that, please dont freak..lol

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Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: April/30/2008 at 2:45am
Did your brother start foaming too or something?

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Posted By: christophersnow
Date Posted: April/30/2008 at 7:45am
Nope, he's just scared about everything. He thinks he's so bad too.

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Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: April/30/2008 at 8:03am
lmao, how old is he?

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Posted By: tasha
Date Posted: April/30/2008 at 9:03am
Originally posted by Nigrodamus Nigrodamus wrote:

I've never seen him eat any other poo besides his own. I guess I'll be making a trip to store.


This conversation is too funny!!!!!




Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: April/30/2008 at 10:27am
No, whats funny is the other day when we were at the park he picked up a chunk of duck poo and spit it out back out like it tasted nasty.

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Posted By: tasha
Date Posted: April/30/2008 at 11:32am


Posted By: christophersnow
Date Posted: April/30/2008 at 2:10pm
Originally posted by Nigrodamus Nigrodamus wrote:

lmao, how old is he?


Let's see, he dropped out of high school as a sophomore at the age of 18, so that would mean he is about 19 years old right now.

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Posted By: Akirayuki
Date Posted: May/02/2008 at 6:30pm
Originally posted by MONSTER MONSTER wrote:

Looks like i'll be geting a dog soon, after the break in across the street my girl is very adament about it..Iv looked on line and found some really cute German Sheperd mix pups at a no kill shelter only $35 adoption fee,
but my question is what the hell is a little puppy going to do if someone breaks into the house..for what shes wanting i need a 200 pound Rott with an taste for blood..think about it..


Not really, my husky loves people wouldn't hurt anyone, but she is very vocal which scares the crap out of people. Most huskies don't bark though, it's a cross between growling and howling which make people think twice about her. But, then again I came home one day with a handyman in my apartment, and she was just laying in the living room not caring that there was a stranger in the house at all. He said he had been there for about 30min and she never did bother him. Some watch dog.


Posted By: Akirayuki
Date Posted: May/02/2008 at 6:50pm



Here's the real Akira and Yuki


Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: May/07/2008 at 9:22am
That white one has some awesome coloring to it.

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Posted By: Akirayuki
Date Posted: May/07/2008 at 1:49pm
Thank you! We have some problems with that though, a lot of people think she is a wolf(she's not) and she has gotten out before and promptly goes across the street to chase the neighbors livestock. The few times she has escaped we were always worried that some one might shoot her.


Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: May/08/2008 at 3:17am
I guess in a situation like that you want to make sure your neighbors are familiar with your dogs.

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Posted By: Akirayuki
Date Posted: May/08/2008 at 2:52pm
We have talked to them, but we live in a community where she wouldn't have to go very far to find other people that don't know us and have lots of fun things to chase. I'm probably just being a paranoid mom anyway!


Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: May/09/2008 at 2:33am
nothing wrong with that. Your just making sure your puppies are safe.

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Posted By: Akirayuki
Date Posted: May/12/2008 at 4:15pm
Why is it when you say "Don't pet the little dog" people try to anyway? My poor shiba just got the crap scared out of him by this lady determined to pet him. He doesn't like strangers, and he has to come to you in his own terms. I finally had to tell her to knock it off.


Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: May/13/2008 at 3:20am
Cause not enough people have read any of Ceaser's books.

So last night I finally get home and thought somebody had broke into my house. Then I realzied everything was still there the dog had knocked over a table that had my laptop, coin jar, and a stack of papers on it. Needless to say the laptop isn't working anymore.

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Posted By: Akirayuki
Date Posted: May/13/2008 at 4:18pm
That sucks! But I guess it's better than having a break in. My Shiba likes shiny things, which means he has destroyed three of our cell phones to date. In fact my current one has teeth marks on it. I love Cesar! We've put some of his techniques to use and it has worked great.


Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: May/14/2008 at 2:35am
I was really surprised how much of a major difference it made using his techniques. Especially the walks, I love walking around the neighbor hood with the leash limp. Heck, I even use the techniques with my kids. lol

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Posted By: Akirayuki
Date Posted: May/17/2008 at 7:13am
We are trying his methods to break our husky of her food and toy aggression. My husband used to laugh when he would try to take stuff away from her and she'd growl and get defensive, but with a baby on the way it's not so funny anymore.


Posted By: MONSTER
Date Posted: June/02/2008 at 12:27pm
OK then..
These two little sh!ts are my new dogs..



The blonde is lilly, and black is angel, supposedly german shepered & golden retriever mix, i got to admit there cuteies, lilly listens really well and angel is a chub like me.lol Both seem to want to only go to the bathroom outside, theres been a couple accidents but mostley are fault for not leting them out

Now we where told they are two months old..do these puppys seem a little big for two months?

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Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: June/03/2008 at 2:26am
I'd say about 10 weeks old. Cute pups btw.

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Posted By: MONSTER
Date Posted: June/04/2008 at 7:48am
Ya but there HUGE even for ten weekers!!


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Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: June/04/2008 at 8:34am
well my pup was 25# and about 18" tall at 10 weeks. German shepherds are a large breed.

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Posted By: christophersnow
Date Posted: June/16/2008 at 6:06am
OK, a few weeks ago the seizure dog had about ten seizures in one day. This was right after she was finally stopped crying whenever my dad left the house. After the ten seizure day she wanders around the house like she doesn't know what's going on and then reverts back to her old habits. Her crying is such a terrible screech, it wakes me up in the morning. I need sleep, dammit!

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Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: June/16/2008 at 8:06am
10 seizures a day?!?!? And the vet is ok with that? Don't they have valiums for dogs now?

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Posted By: christophersnow
Date Posted: June/16/2008 at 8:13am
It didn't start until the vet place was closed.

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Posted By: notkaplan
Date Posted: February/10/2009 at 4:06am
I wanted a German Shepherd, since that was what we've always had in our house when I was a kid, but my wife and I ended up getting a Wire Fox Terrier instead! He is cute, but to say he's a handful would be a big understatement. Does anyone have, or ever had, a Wire Fox Terrier? Since the last post on this thread was 8 months ago, I won't hold my breath waiting for an answer.


Posted By: Nigrodamus
Date Posted: April/01/2009 at 8:55am
I haven't, no. Seems like I read somewhere that almost all terrier breads are really hyper dogs. I'm assuming by your statement this may be a true statement?

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Posted By: notkaplan
Date Posted: April/04/2009 at 9:16am
It's very true!


Posted By: LangAmil
Date Posted: November/19/2012 at 10:05am
I was about to believe your story but then it sounded very impossible..

Anyway, mine is a female 3 yr old Shih Tzu.. Name's Mitchie


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