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    Thanks to TIVO I finally got to see Star of thats my baby. Rachel my husband and daughter were so enthralled. Hubby couldn't stop talking about houw beautiful and well behaved your babys are. They thought the pool party sounded like loads of fun.

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    RE: Thats my baby....finally

    Glad you liked it...
    you can view lots of pixs from our outings/family reunions on our website.

    To see the pool party pixs go to the extended family page & check out the links on that page.
    Rachel C. of Sixstar Danes
    Click here to see our Youtube videos.
    Feeding raw since Dec 2000

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      RE: Thats my baby....finally

      Let me know if that happens to air again! I've missed it each time!!

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        RE: Thats my baby....finally

        Hi there I got to see Star on thats my baby. I watch just about everyday. I have seen just about every kind of dog out there have
        babies. I saw the chow one and it was so sad.
        Anyways, my question is when the pup that came out in the sack
        is that a common thing for Danes?
        I used to show, raise, & breed Poodles and never have I seen
        that. I saw the thats my baby with the bull Mastiffs and also
        one for the English Bulldog and learned about water babies.
        Thanks:*

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          RE: Thats my baby....finally

          If your are asking about the stillborn mismarked black that was in the large black sac...

          Basically everything turned black like that due to placental detachment prior to being born.

          Before that puppy came (prior to what you see in the show) there was traces of black blood so I had an idea as to what was coming.

          Often puppies are born in their sacs and sometimes the sacs rip just prior to the puppy coming out.

          With the black it was basically dead/dying tissue.
          So this could happen with any mammal.
          Rachel C. of Sixstar Danes
          Click here to see our Youtube videos.
          Feeding raw since Dec 2000

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