Click Here To See Sherry Carter / Sherry C. Joiners Court Documents

 

IS THIS A QUALITY PUREBRED SHIH TZU?? WHAT DO YOU THINK?

CLICK HERE FOR WHAT  ABOUT PUREBRED SHIH TZU DOGS AND PUPPIES

 

 

Sherry Carter / Sherry C. Joiner Bowden says she buys and resale's litters click here to see it!!

Shorkie,  Shorkie Tzu , Shorkie puppy , Shorkies, or Shorkie Puppies for sale

 "Some Breeders Say They Are Creating Top Quality One Of A Kind Original Shorkie Puppies one generation at a time." But they don't do genetic testing.. So How do they know??
 

Mileen Culter says she is a small home breeder, but yet she has Schoodle, morkie's, shorkies, Yorkies, Poodles, West Highland White Terriers, cockapoo's, Yorkie Poos and Multi poo's-puppies and bich poo puppies.

 

Here is a list of Mileen's websites


www.fancypoo4u.com
www.morkieworld.com
www.fancy-face-shorkies.com

www.shorkies-n-yorkies.com

www.shorkie-stars.com

www.fancypoos4u.com/Bich-poo_puppies-4-sale.html  
 

MILEEN HAS STOLEN THIS CUSTOM NU VET VITAMIN GRAPHIC FROM ANOTHER WEBSITE

SHE HAS IT ON HER FANCYPOO4U WEBSITE ON SEVERAL OF HER PAGES INCLUDING THE ONE LISTED BELOW

This is a custom graphic that was made by a graphic designer this graphic was made in 2004. Mileen was contacted by phone on 5/17/2008 and then sent an email after she said she would take it off. She also was told a banner could be made just for her for $20.00 and this is what she said in this email back. So now it is 12/25/2008 and it is still there. It looks like Her and Sherry steal graphics, content and what ever else  they can get a way with.

Sent: Saturday, May 17, 2008 10:03 PM
Subject: Re: Banner

 
My website person said she could make me a banner. If she doesn't succeed, I will get back to you. I have had that banner on my guarantee page for almost 2 years. What made you see that I had your banner? What were you doing on my website? Did a friend tell you? I have it off of my main page now. Deleting it slowly on other pages.

Thanks for your interest in one of my babies!
www.fancypoo4u.com/

"To love what you do and feel that it matters -
how could anything be more fun?"
 

 

Some breeders will tell you what they think you want to hear.

Mileen says she is a home breeder, but on her website she states she has a small breeding facility that is designed specially in my home, for my dogs. It is climate controlled, with music.

 

 

How in the world can you have a facility in your home, what a home with a building in it.

 

Mileen has on her site: Our lines have no genetic faults, My Vet plays a very large role in what I do as Your Official Shorkie Puppy Breeder. We work closely with a State approved Vet. He checks and approves every puppy That I sell. All puppies are given vaccination and worming as appropriate to their ages. He can tell me if a Puppy has a Heart murmur, better than most other Vets can. A puppy has to be Born with a heart murmur, a puppy can't just develop a heart murmur later in life.

If a breeder had no faults in their lines or did genetic testing there would really be no reason to bring up heart murmurs, because puppies that have heart murmurs 99 percent of them are genetic. All vets must be state approved and licensed in the state they work in. There are several reasons a animal could develop later in life.

MILEEN CALL'S SHORKIE'S MUTT ON HER WEBSITE,  MY QUESTION IS IF SHE THINKS THEY ARE MUTTS WHY ARE DOES SHE BREED THEM?

MILEEN'S SITE PAGE OUT

An email from Mileen saying she is no longer  official shorkie puppies website.. But the page above was her, she also has alot more info. on her new website.

Sent: Thursday, November 20, 2008 5:22 PM

Subject: My web site


 

I'm no longer Official Shorkie Puppies. So you stay off of my website. I'm not into playing more games with you. You just do your thing, and I will do mine. There wont be a thing on there that should interest you any more, Sooooooo mind your own Damn Business!!!!!!!!!!

 

So we wanted to find out what the word Mutt meaning was:

This is what we found

A mongrel dog; a dog of  uncertain origin

Well according to what the word mutt means, A dog of uncertain origin The shorkie breed dose not meet the meaning. But I am not sure if I would want my breeder to be a breeder that thought the dogs she was producing were a MUTT

What most puppy parent's don't realize is that all  AKC dogs started out being a mix breed of some sort.

IF SHE THINKS THEY ARE MUTTS WHY DOES SHE BREED THEM? SHE IS IN AN ARTICLE ABOUT CROSS BREEDING. IS ALL ABOUT THE MONEY!!

. Mileen Coulter, owner of Fancypoo4u.com, which sells purebred poodles, started breeding Yorkipoos (Yorkshire terrier/ poodle) and Maltipoos after realizing the dogs could bring her at least as much as a purebred.

CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL ARTICLE

OR READ THE PAGES BELOW

MAKE SURE YOU VISIT OUR GENETICS PAGE

THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS ON MILEEN WEBSITE
 The RENAL DYSPLASIA Test isn't
 
available any more, because there just wasn't enough information
 
THIS IS OUR RESPONSE: YOU ARE CORRECT AT THIS TIME THEY ARE NOT DOING ANY TESTING, BUT THERE ARE TEST THAT THE VET CAN DO TO MAKE SURE THE PARENTS ARE NOT SHOWING ANY SIGNS OF THIS HORRIBLE DISEASE. BEFORE YOU BREED THEM.

GREAT ARTICLE HERE

http://clubs.akc.org/astc/health/astchlth/genemap/

 

RENAL DYSPLASIA IN SHIH TZU

Renal dysplasia is a developmental or genetic defect of the kidneys. This makes it quite different from common forms of kidney disease which occur in adult or aged dogs and from other diseases and/or drugs which may cause inflammation of the kidneys and abnormal results on blood and urine tests of kidney function. Dogs affected with renal dysplasia have had an embryonic arrest in kidney development at some time around birth. The immature nephrons normally found in young puppies persist throughout life. Also, some nephron units do not develop and are replaced with fibrous tissue. There may be diffuse interstitial fibrosis in the cortex and medula, reduced numbers of glomeruli, dilated and hypoplastic tubules, and a variety of sizes of glomeruli. The disease is found most commonly in Shih Tzu and Lhasa Apsos, although it is also present, with less frequency, in several other breeds.

The disease usually progresses in three stages, each of which may have a variable and independent time course. Stage one is the silent destruction and loss of nephrons over a period of months and years in the absence of symptoms. Stage two occurs when approximately 30% of functioning nephrons remain and clinical symptoms (excessive thirst and volume of urine, weight loss, lack of vigor, and intermittent loss of appetite) are first obvious. This stage may persist for months or years. In the final stage, vomiting, weakness, dehydration, and severe debilitation are added to second stage symptoms, and death from renal failure (uremia) is the eventual outcome.

One may become suspicious of renal dysplasia in puppies older than eight weeks if excessive thirst, excessive volumes of urine, and pale urine are noticeable. Normal Shih Tzu puppies drink approximately one ounce of water per pound of body weight daily when eight to ten weeks of age, but dogs with severe renal dysplasia may drink as much as five times that quantity. Such puppies may also demonstrate reduced body weight and stature compared to normal puppies. They commonly weigh less than three pounds at five months of age and progress to renal failure quickly. Moderately affected puppies may appear normal until five or six months of age and then follow the same course, with chronic debilitation and death at nine to twelve months. Many animals with the disease, however, are only slightly affected and will live a normal life with normal renal function. Nevertheless, they can pass on some degree of the defect to their offspring.

BUN and creatinine, the two common blood tests of renal function, are not elevated until 70 to 75% of the kidney is nonfunctioning, and therefore are of little use in identifying mildly or moderately affected dogs. Having a BUN and creatinine in the normal range means that the dog has at least 30% kidney function. It does not mean that the dog is free of renal dysplasia. Elevated BUN and creatinine readings may also be caused by other renal problems, but these tests can be of some use in identifying severely affected dogs, particularly puppies already drinking and urinating excessively. Most adult Shih Tzu with normal kidneys also have a urine specific gravity reading above 1.045. This is another test of kidney function; it does not tell you that your dog is free of renal dysplasia. Ultrasound examination of the kidneys may be slightly more useful in identifying moderately affected dogs, whose kidneys may be smaller than normal size and show scarring. Only a wide wedge biopsy of the kidney can currently provide a definitive diagnosis of renal dysplasia and identify slightly affected dogs by showing the fetal glomeruli that provide definitive proof of renal dysplasia. (A needle biopsy does not supply enough tissue for diagnosis and is of no value.)

This disease at the present time presents a real dilemma for breeders. It may go undetected for many generations or be ignored by knowledgeable breeders because it is transmitted in a very silent fashion by many animals that appear clinically normal, and because many breeders are unwilling to subject their dogs to the surgery that is now the only definitive way to identify the presence of the disease.

The American Shih Tzu Club is actively involved in a research project to find a genetic marker for renal dysplasia, which is being done by VetGen in Michigan. Locating such a genetic marker will mean that we will ultimately be able to determine whether an animal has any degree of renal dysplasia through a simple and noninvasive test done on a cheek swab. Even puppies could be tested at a relatively young age. Once the marker is located, VetGen will be able to perform the cheek swab test on any Shih Tzu for about $120, with discounts for a large number of dogs tested at one time. Hopefully, such a test will ultimately eliminate the disease from our own and other breeds.

At this point, due to the aid of the Lhasa Apso breeders who initiated the research project, VetGen researchers have narrowed the search to only three genes and expect to locate such a marker within two years. They are now also working with Shih Tzu. To locate the specific marker, they are seeking cheek swab samples from Shih Tzu known to be affected by renal dysplasia through wide wedge biopsies and dogs that have produced offspring known to be affected through the results of such biopsies. The dogs do not have to be related, and their identity will remain strictly confidential. Please, if you own or know of such a dog or dogs, contact Joann Gustafson of the ASTC Renal Dysplasia Committee at 1829 F & S Grade Road, Sedro Wooley, WA 98284-9664. She will send you cheek swabs (you can take the samples yourself) and instructions for sending the samples to VetGen. Also, ask your veterinarian if he knows of any such dogs and is willing to contact their owners with this information. The sooner we collect the needed samples, the sooner the test will be available. If you can, for the sake of the breed we all love, please do your part to help us eliminate this disease.

 

HERE ARE SOME OF HER OTHER WEBSITES

 

www.fancypoo4u.com
 
yorkies.fancypoo4u.com
 
www.shorkies-n-yorkies.com/
 
www.morkieworld.com/
 
www.fancy-face-shorkies.com
 

 

 

 

 
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