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Grooming > People Allergies?
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Barked: Sun Mar 10, '13 6:07pm PST 
see if your boyfriend can get pills for his allergies
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Puppy Place > Great Danes Puppies
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Barked: Mon Feb 18, '13 5:15pm PST 
shockshock I would be scared for the puppies too
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Saint Bernard > Bath time!

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Barked: Thu Feb 14, '13 2:21pm PST 
Our mommy is a dog groomer so we get a bath at avery other month or so, You do not want to bath them often becase you would washing way the oils.
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Dogster Crushes > Single Pups

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Barked: Mon Nov 19, '12 7:20am PST 
I have a boyfriend happy dancehappy dancehappy dancehappy dancehappy dancehappy dancehappy dance
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Dogster Crushes > Single Pups

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Barked: Fri Nov 9, '12 6:37am PST 
wavewave Hi Tank I just sent you a pawmail hope to hear from youcheercheercheer
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Grooming > Shaving to keep them cool?
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Barked: Sat Jul 7, '12 1:05pm PST 
My mom is upset because she had to shave a Saint Bernard down today at work, The dog was not matted or anything. The owners just think the dog will feel better shaved, My mom was telling them it is not good for him, she also said she has 2 Saint Bernards she does not shave them down.

POEPLE PLEASE DO NOT GET YOUR BIG DOGS SHAVED
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Choosing the Right Dog > Designer Crosses

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Barked: Mon Jul 2, '12 5:37pm PST 
thinkingthinking I am sarge but I do not see any Saint Bernard in you, I see poodle
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Choosing the Right Dog > Mastiff in a daycare home....

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Barked: Sun Jun 24, '12 10:26am PST 
Yeah But you what I grew up with a German Shepherd/Malmute mix and when he kock me over and just right back up again, I would trust a daycare with big dogs then small ones,

I think some parents now make such a big deal over dogs knock over little kids, just pick them up and let them walk, I was mad at consin because he got eid of there dog because she was knock over there kid, so they took the dog back to the shelhter.
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Choosing the Right Dog > Mastiff in a daycare home....

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Barked: Sat Jun 23, '12 6:48pm PST 
You would have the same thing with any type of breed Poolde,Shih Tuz,Yorkie, westie,ect.
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Choosing the Right Dog > Mastiff in a daycare home....
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Barked: Sat Jun 23, '12 6:46pm PST 
I still think a big dog is a good daycare dog, The kids would just have to learn to leave the dog when the teacher or who ever owns the daycare
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