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Food & Nutrition > Anybody familiar w/ the Shar Pei?
Ch. Opal - BN, RE, CGC

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Barked: Sun Apr 6, '14 3:28pm PST 
I agree talk to your breeder I work for a breeder and compete with the breed and definatley know about those issues if you need any other help feel free to message me privately
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Choosing the Right Dog > Will designer mixes ever have kennel club acceptance?
Bailey - BN, RN, CGC

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Barked: Mon Dec 9, '13 8:25am PST 
I hope it dont happen i am not a fan of this designer mix craze and i own a supposed one of those mixes but got her as a stray.I say you want a mix go to the shelter.

Also the AKC does have a way for mixed breeds to compete it the Canine Partners they can compete in rally obedience and agility I did compete with bailey but have stoped because the mojority of dogs competing under this our designer mixes
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Choosing the Right Dog > Working or Show? Why?

Ch. Opal - BN, RE, CGC

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Barked: Thu Nov 21, '13 9:48am PST 
In shar pei's there are only a few people that have working dog its all show dogs I am not as well known in the breed because i mainly do rally obedience and agility. I have started in conformation a bit know with boss having me show 2 of her young dogs.

I will be getting a puppy out of one of the litters this year. Both are related to Opal since i really like her line. One being a full sister from a different breeding and the other being her daughter. My plan is to have a dog I can do it all with. just like opal is know
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Sports & Agility > The Disabled Handler, Agility and other dog sports

Ch. Opal - BN, RE, CGC

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Barked: Tue Aug 27, '13 4:57pm PST 
Thanks i was so glad to read this. I had just started in agiltiy less than month after my first agility trial i was in a car accident roled my jeep and dislocated my ankle real bad and was told i was most likely never gonna be able to run again but i spent the last few months retraining opal to still do agility in a way i can handle and just sent my entry in for our first trial back next month and couldnt be more excited
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Choosing the Right Dog > Worst Dogs for Newbies

Ch. Opal - BN, RE, CGC

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Barked: Mon Aug 26, '13 7:33pm PST 
I would agree with the shar peis being on the list if i didnt have Opal's breeder as my boss willing to help me I wouldn't have been able to make it through the first few months with her and she was my second dog
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Sports & Agility > Showing too early in agility
Ch. Opal - BN, RE, CGC

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Barked: Fri Feb 8, '13 4:07pm PST 
a good article i have seen this a few time at shows and unfourtanetly in my enthusiasm(sp) did this with opal in obedience and have regretted it ever since just happy i realized it before it was to late
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Sports & Agility > Opal did it

Ch. Opal - BN, RE, CGC

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Barked: Mon Jan 21, '13 11:41am PST 
I am so proud of Opal this weekend we got our RE title and tried agility
In rally we got 4th with an 85
rally we entered jumpers with weaves perferred we got an 87 all points lost were time faults part was from 2 trys on weaves and peis not being fast
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Choosing the Right Dog > Help with future breed match

Ch. Opal - BN, RE, CGC

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Barked: Tue Jan 15, '13 1:15pm PST 
A shar pei isnt a bad choice it fits most of your requirments they may require more ear care but you may no that I would be careful with who you get them from for what you want as one from bad breeding will not be this way but I can admit mine is a therapy dog and great with everything and everyone but she was raised for this
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Food & Nutrition > taste of the wild for older dogs

Bailey - BN, RN, CGC

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Barked: Wed Jan 2, '13 8:50am PST 
I recently found a way to afford feeding taste of the wild I currently feed 4health chicken and rice but my worry is the food may be to rich for one of my dogs she is 11 and not extremely active is switching her food a good idea
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Puppy Place > Does anyone else live with their littermate?
Ch. Opal - BN, RE, CGC

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Barked: Sun Dec 30, '12 5:43pm PST 
Opal dosent't live with hers but I work for her breeder and she still has opal's sister and whenever I am at work those two our together they are inseprable at times and she may be the next dog I bring home
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