|12-15-2013 04:49 AM|
|carmspack||look into MSM for the diet -- will make big change in those pasterns|
|12-15-2013 01:01 AM|
|jb_pwrstroke||Sad thing is his drives were all excellent, he'd rather rip you into pieces than look at you. Super confident nice prey drive great fight drive it was ashame of his legs. Sadly I have a feeling the breeder put him down after he got him back.|
|12-15-2013 12:54 AM|
most breeders who will give you a replacement pup give you one at their discretion and from what litter they wish.....I know of 3 pups sent from Europe as replacements and none of hte 3 were suitable for anything! One had the weakest nerves I have seen in a long time, another had terrible hips and the third had even worse nerves...all from very very big name kennels...
JB - that pup looks like he might have been a coatie too....
|12-14-2013 11:09 PM|
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|12-14-2013 09:57 PM|
I pm'd you asking the name of the breeder. Thanks.
|12-14-2013 08:15 PM|
|jb_pwrstroke||That's all that was available|
|12-14-2013 08:00 PM|
|JakodaCD OA||Poor puppy I will ask tho, why would you take a replacement puppy from the same 'mother' ?|
|12-14-2013 07:02 PM|
downed pasterns is a problem with ligament and cartilage integrity -- not bones
canned milk will provide some protein
there are many threads already discussing solutions for downed pasterns
|12-14-2013 03:43 PM|
|jb_pwrstroke||I'm not a breeder or the breeder, vets said they didn't even think surgery would even fix it. That's a replacement dog I got for a dog that was diagnosed with severe hip dysplasia by ofa at 13 months. Both dogs have same mom and the breeder is still breeding her knowing this and I gave him all the vet records for both dogs.|
|12-14-2013 03:20 PM|
|gagsd||I actually meant your other dogs. You got a puppy previously from same breeder. And another older dog?? One i thought was a relation to one of mine.|
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