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Postby badkittyamy » Thu Jul 24, 2008 3:38 pm

oh JEEZE sorry with so many forums i forget kennel links aren't allowed here so if a mod can remove that -slaps self on the wrist- i have a link about the same person on my blog

http://rantsfordogs.blogspot.com/2007/1 ... oooor.html

there not a kennel link

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Re: Question, please help

Postby Pit Chick » Thu Jul 24, 2008 3:41 pm

alex503 wrote: Image


Cute pups, but the chain is a bit much for his tiny neck.

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Postby alex503 » Thu Jul 24, 2008 3:48 pm

I didnt say i want a bigger. to me my dogs are big enough
but some people have said to me they look too small to be 3 1/2 month old. so i was just wondering if was doing something wrong. like feeding them wrong or if it was the quality of the food probably.
i do think that oversize pitbulls look more like toads rather than dogs.
anyway. thanks for the comments

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Postby eashanna » Thu Jul 24, 2008 3:49 pm

wow her dogs are huge!!

OP - your pups are just right. there was a time when we thought rocky was gonna stay a mini-pit forever.. but they will grow :)

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Postby alex503 » Thu Jul 24, 2008 3:51 pm

Pit Chick wrote:
alex503 wrote: Image


Cute pups, but the chain is a bit much for his tiny neck.


lol. i know it was just for the picture
if u see the new picture he does not have any chain

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Postby keithcrmr » Thu Jul 24, 2008 4:01 pm

great looking pups i just got back from the vet with my baby girl and she is 27lbs at 5 months so your pups look right on!

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Postby Pit Chick » Thu Jul 24, 2008 4:44 pm

alex503 wrote:lol. i know it was just for the picture
if u see the new picture he does not have any chain


You never know, some people think putting heavy chains around a dog's neck will help build muscle. I didn't know if you were one of those people who needed a little education. :thumbsup:

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Postby alex503 » Thu Jul 24, 2008 6:02 pm

Pit Chick wrote:
alex503 wrote:lol. i know it was just for the picture
if u see the new picture he does not have any chain


You never know, some people think putting heavy chains around a dog's neck will help build muscle. I didn't know if you were one of those people who needed a little education. :thumbsup:


I understand, it just makes me feel bad people would think im like that
but you're right i do need to be educated when it comes to training dogs
sometimes i feel like the ignore me, lol lol

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Postby tigger » Thu Jul 24, 2008 6:13 pm

badkittyamy wrote:how about her views that rottweilers aren't from germany but italy and that's why they're supposed to be mastiff like (her dogs aren't even good for mastiffs they just look like fat pig rolls)



The trainer that certified me said the same thing. He said that they go back to the Romans. Personally, I couldn't find anything to support that. However, it is possible that mastiffs were used in the breeding. At any rate, the US breeders have a horrible tendency to breed everything larger. It's like bigger is better or something. I've met a few German Rotties and they ran around 60 or 70lbs; US Rotties tend to run around 120-140lbs.

DISCLAIMER: I know I'll get flamed, but those were the typical weights I saw in the grooming shop and I've worked on a lot of Rotties over the years. Just going by my personal experiences. Others experiences may vary.

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Postby Kirstan » Thu Jul 24, 2008 6:13 pm

Ya, that's not so much directed at you but more in a general way. You're pups will grow up how they're supposed to and, barring any joint issues, feed them well, work them so they're confident and socialized and so they know you cherish them. Make sure you are the epitome of responsibility.

They look like nice dogs.

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Postby luckystar02 » Thu Jul 24, 2008 7:49 pm

London was areound 19 lbs at 4 months shes 9 months now and weighs 48. So it sounds right to me....cute babies

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Postby alex503 » Thu Jul 24, 2008 7:57 pm

Kirstan wrote:Ya, that's not so much directed at you but more in a general way. You're pups will grow up how they're supposed to and, barring any joint issues, feed them well, work them so they're confident and socialized and so they know you cherish them. Make sure you are the epitome of responsibility.

They look like nice dogs.


thanks for the advice, i will work on my dogs everyday


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