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Maddy S.
MaddysDream

Posted on September 29, 2010

Maddy’s Dream saved a pregnant dog from the pound about 3 months ago and since then she has had her 11 puppies!!! They are all healthy and happy but now there 6 weeks old and it time for them to get there shots and get ready to get fixed at 8 weeks… more ›
penny  m.
plmcintosh2000

Posted on October 16, 2009

you should set up time for pets so they don't feel ignored. make sure that part of the time is used on physical activity the dogs will be much happier and so will you.
diane a.
dogdiva13

Posted on October 15, 2009

Check out TheDogDiva.blogspot.com for all things dog! What do you think?
penny  m.
plmcintosh2000

Posted on September 1, 2009

Draw a pic. of your dog and download it.
SweetIcee
SweetIcee

Posted on August 18, 2009 | 6

I have always loved mutts, but the only ones I can find are in the newspaper, give them a cute name (usually with poo in it!) and all the sudden you can sell it for $600! What happened to those good old $25 mutts in boxes on street corners? Of course… more ›
Maddy S.
MaddysDream

Posted on July 27, 2009

would like to share with my friends and family a significant milestone. Madison, my 16 year old daughter, has had a passion for animals from the time should could walk and talk. I remember losing the remote control to 24X7 Animal Planet by the time … more ›
Tina R.
skylermerricksmom

Posted on April 13, 2009

Voting starts today for the shelter makeover! The Humane Society of the Nature Coast desperatly needs this makeover. Please visit our web site to find out more information on our shelter. www.HumaneRescue.org Your votes are appreciated.
Rich R.
3jacksmusic

Posted on December 24, 2008

Cheers & Happy Holidays! Country Music Fans and Dog Lovers are THE SAME BREED so...sit back, hold onto your heart and enjoy "Better with you There" at no cost by going t www.myspace.com(slash)3jacksmusic … more ›
Anita S.
anita1011

Posted on December 21, 2008 | 3

before having my shih tzus, all my other dogs were mongrels. When people asked my father what breed they were, he first asked if they had ever been in a certain country. If they said no, he answered that they were the breed of that counry!
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CorysBabies

Posted on October 20, 2008 | 3

Hello all, I'm new to this group and I have a beautiful dog named Cookie but before I tell you all about her I'd like to ask some questions.. What is the exact definiton of "Mutt"? or What exactly is a mutt? and.. Is a hybrid considered a mutt to… more ›
Anonymous
anonymous

Posted on October 3, 2008 | 5

I have 4 mutts. I had owned purebreds in the past and they were great dogs but I would'nt trade my Mutts for anything.
hallie m.
halliemadhoun

Posted on September 20, 2008 | 6

Just for fun, I thought we could post something nifty about the particular mix of breeds that your mutt is. I'm talking more about characteristics of the breed and such than about the individual animal. I'll start, and my nifty thing has to do wi… more ›
hallie m.
halliemadhoun

Posted on September 20, 2008 | 3

I was browsing the groups on ZooToo, and found this one. Yay! Both of my boys are mutts. Chester, the oldest one, is a Chow/Bassett cross I rescued from a shelter about nine years ago. Butch, the younger and newer one, is a Pit/Black lab cross I … more ›
Cadeydestefano
cadeydestefano

Posted on August 15, 2008 | 9

I was walking down a canal path and a man with a pure blooded (beautifull) bloodhound stops and goes you mixed a St.Bernard and a border collie hasn't anyone told you you should NEVER DO THAT, looked at the friend he was with and goes you should neve… more ›
Avalonia
avalonia

Posted on August 15, 2008 | 3

I am a big believer in adopting a pet...so most times they will be a mutt of somekind... my lovely baby Tasha (well, she's 1 now) is a mutt. My vet swears she is part American Spaniel. All I know is I love her to pieces.

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