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  1. janet in va Says:

    It is only 5.. have you ate yet..

  2. Ross Says:

    We had one we were caring for once.. It attacked two kids.. bit em both.. fortunately no stitches.. we got them off the girls real quick.
    No provocation.. they just walked into the yard..

    I shot the dog a few minutes later.. end of story.

  3. Ross Says:

    Not yet Janet.. probably about 5.30 we’ll eat..

  4. janet in va Says:

    yuk.. I could never do that… I stop for snakes..

    Our direct tv is acting up.. It will come on in the bedroom,, but won’t in the living room.. I reset it 2 times and unplugged it and it still says searching for satellite… funny that one is on and the other one isn’t… they are both hooked to the same dish….

  5. Ross Says:

    # janet in va Says:
    01/26/2011 at 8:05 pm edit

    Yes, Now you can’t talk about me.. I just might see it..
    ——-
    Aww shucks!!
    Well I could “pretend” to not know and could say stuff i want you to see, but pretend I dont… πŸ™‚

  6. janet in va Says:

    Well like I tell people… if you talk about me, it has to be good or it is a lie… modest aren’t I..

  7. janet in va Says:

    Ross,, phone… bbl

  8. Ross Says:

    Thats weird,, must be something wrong with that receiver..

    Well I have no problem shooting a dog that bite for no reason.. and pitts can kill even adults..
    It probably saved us a lawsuit.. the parents called very upset and when i told them I had shot the dog.. they said ok.. and that was all we ever heard about it..

  9. Ross Says:

    LOL!! Little Ms Modest.. πŸ™‚

    Ok I’ll be going in for dinner soon anyways.. catch ya later..

  10. Jo in Georgia Says:

    Jeannie, since you breed and sell cats all the time, are you aware of the laws in Florida that they MUST have vaccines, see a Vet etc.

    (2)(a) For each cat transported into the state for sale, the tests, vaccines, and anthelmintics required by this section must be administered by or under the direction of a veterinarian, licensed by the state of origin and accredited by the United States Department of Agriculture, who issues the official certificate of veterinary inspection. The tests, vaccines, and anthelmintics must be administered no more than 30 days and no less than 14 days before the cat’s entry into the state. The official certificate of veterinary inspection certifying compliance with this section must accompany each cat transported into the state for sale.

    (b) For each cat offered for sale within the state, the tests, vaccines, and anthelmintics required by this section must be administered by or under the direction of a veterinarian, licensed by the state and accredited by the United States Department of Agriculture, who issues the official certificate of veterinary inspection. The tests, vaccines, and anthelmintics must be administered before the cat is offered for sale in the state, unless the licensed, accredited veterinarian certifies on the official certificate of veterinary inspection that to inoculate or deworm the cat is not in the best medical interest of the cat, in which case the vaccine or anthelmintic may not be administered to that particular cat. Each cat must receive vaccines and anthelmintics against the following diseases and internal parasites:

    1. Panleukopenia. 2. Feline viral rhinotracheitis. 3. Calici virus. 4. Rabies, if the cat is over 3 months of age and the inoculation is administered by a licensed veterinarian. 5. Hookworms. 6. Roundworms.

    If the cat is under 4 months of age, the tests, vaccines, and anthelmintics required by this section must be administered no more than 21 days before sale within the state. If the cat is 4 months of age or older, the tests, vaccines, and anthelmintics required by this section must be administered at or after 3 months of age, but no more than 1 year before sale within the state.

    (3)(a) Each dog or cat subject to subsection (1) or subsection (2) must be accompanied by a current official certificate of veterinary inspection at all times while being offered for sale within the state. The examining veterinarian must retain one copy of the official certificate of veterinary inspection on file for at least 1 year after the date of examination. At the time of sale of the animal, one copy of the official certificate of veterinary inspection must be given to the buyer. The seller must retain one copy of the official certificate of veterinary inspection on record for at least 1 year after the date of sale.

    (b) The term “official certificate of veterinary inspection” means a legible certificate of veterinary inspection signed by the examining veterinarian licensed by the state of origin and accredited by the United States Department of Agriculture, that shows the age, sex, breed, color, and health record of the dog or cat, the printed or typed names and addresses of the person or business from whom the animal was obtained, the consignor or seller, the consignee or purchaser, and the examining veterinarian, and the veterinarian’s license number. The official certificate of veterinary inspection must list all vaccines and deworming medications administered to the dog or cat, including the manufacturer, vaccine, type, lot number, expiration date, and the dates of administration thereof, and must state that the examining veterinarian warrants that, to the best of his or her knowledge, the animal has no sign of contagious or infectious diseases and has no evidence of internal or external parasites, including coccidiosis and ear mites, but excluding fleas and ticks. The Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services shall supply the official intrastate certificate of veterinary inspection required by this section at cost.

    (c) The examination of each dog and cat by a veterinarian must take place no more than 30 days before the sale within the state. The examination must include, but not be limited to, a fecal test to determine if the dog or cat is free of internal parasites, including hookworms, roundworms, tapeworms, and whipworms. If the examination warrants, the dog or cat must be treated with a specific anthelmintic. In the absence of a definitive parasitic diagnosis, each dog or cat must be given a broad spectrum anthelmintic. Each dog over 6 months of age must also be tested for heartworms. Each cat must also be tested for feline leukemia before being offered for sale in the state. All of these tests must be performed by or under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian, and the results of the tests must be listed on the official certificate of veterinary inspection.

    (d) All dogs and cats offered for sale and copies of certificates held by the seller and veterinarian are subject to inspection by any agent of the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, any agent of the United States Department of Agriculture, any law enforcement officer, or any agent appointed under s. 828.03.

  11. Ross Says:

    πŸ™‚ Hi Jo..

  12. Ross Says:

    Dinner time πŸ˜€

  13. Jo in Georgia Says:

    Hi Ross…..I am cruisng all over the place this evening…..waiting for a good movie to start soon……

    so you have a “hottie” living next door now. You may have to borrow a cup of sugar soon to check things out!

    Good eye candy though, right?

  14. Jo in Georgia Says:

    enjoy supper, see you later….I am going to go fix some popcorn!

  15. Ross Says:

    LOL!! Yep Jo.. πŸ˜€

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