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Pomeranian

Pomeranian
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Help with old pedigree please11 years agoPomeranian
I tried to make a correction on mothers name12 years agoPomeranian
Why are some Poms so inbred?13.4 years agoPomeranian
Stolen Pomeranian found in Tuscola County13.2 years agoPomeranian
Registration problem on a particular bitch13.7 years agoPomeranian
Fixes to the website11.4 years agoPomeranian
Possible parvo exposure14.9 years agoPomeranian

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How to Choose the Right Breed for You

How to Choose the Right Breed for You

So you have made the decision to get a dog. Perhaps you had a bad experience once before with a dog who you thought was cute or friendly, but then when you got him home he turned out to be a holy terror, and the whole thing turned into a nightmare. Even if you have never had such a bad experience, the fact remains that choosing a pet is a life-changing decision, and it is one that takes a lot of thought and research.

  • Starting Your Dog in Tracking

    Tracking is a sport where the people take the passenger’s seat.  The dog is in the lead and is able to confidently do what comes naturally to it, and we must learn to trust in this ability.  For some people, trusting the dog and letting it lead are two of the hardest parts of beginning work in tracking.

  • The Life Expectancy of Your Dog

    When you decide to get a dog, you are doing so with the expectation that your new canine companion is going to be with you for many years to come. But how many years, exactly? This is something that all prospective pet owners would like to know. The average lifespan for a dog is about 12 years, but this fact by itself tells you very little. In reality, there are a number of variables that will help determine how long the newest member of your family is likely to be with you.



 


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