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    Danegirl, regarding the mosaic what an awesome...

    Danegirl, regarding the mosaic what an awesome web find! I checked out other pics at the hosting site. YUMMY. Great stuff. Thank you, thank you! :D
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    Spanks may probably never need a stronger collar...

    Spanks may probably never need a stronger collar or harness than you use, but I have had communications with toy dog owners who do use mini microprongs. If they have a dog with a collapsing trachea...
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    Thanks, and yes that is their heritage. :) They...

    Thanks, and yes that is their heritage. :) They are very independent and tend not to transfer authority very well to other members of the same family sometimes. They are sometimes inclined to treat...
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    I'm not posting to argue but to clarify some core...

    I'm not posting to argue but to clarify some core issues. :)

    The OP was talking about real life scenarios and you happened to mention SD facilities in the course of the discussion, which I...
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    So exciting. I hope the situation works out in a...

    So exciting. I hope the situation works out in a positive and beneficial way for you and the horse.

    A lot of good advice here so far.

    The rough condition of the horse, I'm not sure what you...
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    What a very handsome dog and such an intriguing...

    What a very handsome dog and such an intriguing breed.

    I agree that the dog in that rescue pic looks to be a 'whodunnit'. Unfortunately, the photo is a "toupee shot" (top of the dog's head), so no...
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    I've been disabled all my life and know many...

    I've been disabled all my life and know many adults that are disabled since birds of a feather tend to find each other. :D Many of us use service dogs in an official or less formal capacity.

    Dogs...
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    This is a complicated question. :) I did have...

    This is a complicated question. :)

    I did have genetics when I was in high school (overseas) and different kinds of genetics courses when I was in college. But at the time I was taking these...
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    Okay, yikes. Let me tell you what I KNOW. ...

    Okay, yikes. Let me tell you what I KNOW.

    It'll be interesting for sure, but don't bet it will be accurate at all. I know several people who are seriously into canine genetics, some submitted...
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    The panda shepherd is actually a confirmed new...

    The panda shepherd is actually a confirmed new mutation from purebred GSD parents. The 'paternal'/'maternal DNA on the parents of the first panda litter was confirmed and there was no 'whodunit'...
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    This mystery dog is extreme white spotted. So it...

    This mystery dog is extreme white spotted. So it immediately rules all solid breeds as one of the parents.

    He also seems to have flying nun ears, which genetically suggests a mixing of parents...
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    Chiming in. Definitely the 'nothing in life is...

    Chiming in. Definitely the 'nothing in life is free' is a great way to go.

    Small dogs are often tolerated for little misbehaviors, and like a little warbonnet, they stick a feather in the cap...
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    Treat dispensers like a Buster Cube...

    Treat dispensers like a Buster Cube can also slow him down, keep him amused and give him bits to eat as he wishes.
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    Looking at Ivy, I can't imagine pit bull terrier...

    Looking at Ivy, I can't imagine pit bull terrier but I have no idea what shelter people think they see and the photographers (bless 'em) are sometimes volunteers without the best lighting usually....
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    Here's a solid liver! Isn't he cute?! :)...

    Here's a solid liver! Isn't he cute?! :)
    http://www.ajsreds.com/images/9wks-Male1.jpg

    Find a picture of a dog with the Mosaic effect (hint, sometimes happens in labs)
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    I'm with Cinder&Smokey (& others) on this. The dog has to be gently shown that everything is not a fight. That cooperation brings joy. :)

    The dogs I work with are often over a hundred to 150...
  17. This answers my question on her. How long was she...

    This answers my question on her. How long was she raised with her mom and siblings and around kids. While she was taken away too young, this alone may not be a cause. It is also difficult to assume...
  18. There's a lot more that I could add. Because some...

    There's a lot more that I could add. Because some of it happens before newborns are on the way, but since I have time, I'll add to this. Others with experience with various breeds can add to it too,...
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    Is he in your yard or on a leash when this...

    Is he in your yard or on a leash when this happens? You don't have to answer that. I was just thinking he needs to be safe.

    Of course, now with your question. I don't know his history but for...
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    Part beagle and tasmanian devil or something....

    Part beagle and tasmanian devil or something. Would love to see a pic. I hope he will turn out okay.

    He's not too young to begin teaching him about 'self control'. One way to do that is to use...
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