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About Rebanne

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  • Birthday 25/08/1959

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  1. Papers

    Ish I read the post that the bitch was still in the original breeders name and had not been transferred to the current owner. But I do think it is all a bit suss.
  2. Papers

    No, the bitch has to be registered before being bred. You will not be able to show her but you can put her on the associate register once desexed and do sports with her.
  3. An update on Chase

    I had one Greyhound boy who allowed puppies way too much freedom. Eventually he'd tell them off but it was half hearted and the little buggers knew it! I had to protect him.
  4. Main vs limited registration

    there should be no liability if an 8 to 12 week old pup ends up not suitable for showing or breeding. You don't have a crystal ball. But that can be reflected in your contract. Every breeder, if they are honest, has kept a promising pup only for it to turn out a bit of an ugly duckling.
  5. You would only add calcium if it was pure meat with no bone. Do they only feed the mince, nothing else? ps do you have a dane club in your state? Maybe you could ask them
  6. Help!!! What's this?

    Yes you are right. But maybe the breeder didn't know what it was. That is possible unfortunately.
  7. Help!!! What's this?

    it is a hernia but so tiny not likely to cause any problems whatsoever. I doubt I'd even pay the extra to get it fixed. At that size it certainly can come and go. I had a litter (different breed) and 3 of the 4 girls had small hernia's, all gone by 4 months of age. I'd be taking your pup to the vet though for his post sale vet check.
  8. Upper Motor Neurone Disease - Tamar update

    so sorry sweet dreams Tamar
  9. Puppy from dog with pulmonary stenosis

    https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&ei=qM9nX8S5KYzXz7sP6IK3-AQ&q=is+pulmonary+stenosis+hereditary+dogs&oq=is+pulmonary+stenosis+hereditary+dogs&gs_lcp=CgZwc3ktYWIQAzoECAAQRzoGCAAQFhAeOggIIRAWEB0QHlCzWVjnaGDzbWgAcAJ4AIAB3gGIAacHkgEFMC4zLjKYAQCgAQGqAQdnd3Mtd2l6yAEIwAEB&sclient=psy-ab&ved=0ahUKEwjErf7C3PjrAhWM63MBHWjBDU8Q4dUDCAw&uact=5 I'd be asking my vet about it.
  10. Training a pup for confirmation

    In summer I often wore 3/4 length pants and a nice blouse. Never a jacket. I'm awful in the heat.
  11. False ultrasounds

    It can be very hard to pick up pups on an ultrasound. If your dog is pregnant she may be only having one or two. But she is a large breed and was difficult to scan. You could rescan her in a weeks time or get a blood test done to see what her hormones levels are at or wait until the xray. And I would xray just so you know what you are actually dealing with. One pup often doesn't trigger labour. My first litter was only 2 pups. Greyhound. Now there is nowhere to hide anything on a Greyhound and I took weekly photos and yes you can see a slight change in shape and weight as time went by but being obvious? Didn't happen until at least 7 weeks and even then most people would have thought she was just getting a bit fat. Not every mating produces pups. Cross your fingers, hope like hell and xray at the correct time.
  12. Training a pup for confirmation

    I wear what Diva wears. And decent covered in shoes.
  13. Is it just PTSD?

    Happy Birthday Nikki
  14. thrombocytopenia (ITP) in dogs

    I can't help with the actual disease but one of my dogs was on massive doses of steroids last year. 60mg per day to start with. Opal was around 30 kilos at the time. It took around 2 months to get the dose down to nil. We did also use Nexium? to help protect her gut from such high doses but she reacted badly to it so it was just the cortisone, which Opal was weaned off slowly. No other drugs etc were used. Not sure what you mean by modifications.