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Discussion in 'Breeder Discussion' started by mbperez221, May 21, 2008.

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  1. mbperez221

    mbperez221 Puppy

    we didnt realize our dog was in heat and she is 3 yrs old and has already had two litters, shes the tan one on my pictures....shes a gotti but we caught her with a mutt !!!! we think she is now pregnant.....should we just spay her or get rid of her....is she ruined now ?
  2. BlueRose_Kennel

    BlueRose_Kennel Little Dog

    :nono:you should've spayed her BEFORE she went into season
  3. Arrowhead

    Arrowhead Good Dog

    I'm confused, why would she be ruined? Why would you get rid of her? I'd definitely have her spayed. How far along is she?
  4. tat2stuff

    tat2stuff Good Dog

    is she ruined how? I don't understand your question
  5. Arrowhead

    Arrowhead Good Dog

    I agree!
  6. ad_shannon

    ad_shannon Good Dog

    ummm......ok, I cant wait to see how this goes
  7. mbperez221

    mbperez221 Puppy

    we didnt want her spayed because we wanted to have atleast one more litter from her. we just moved to this house and didnt have the proper fence to keep the stray dogs out. we have been told by a few people that her bloodline will no longer be "pure" and that the next litter of puppies she have will not be worth anything.

    PNWPBR Good Dog

    Well then you have been told that by idiot back yard breeders.

    Why in the world would you have an unspayed bitch outdoors unsupervised? Isnt that asking for something like this to happen?

    and what is so special about this dog that she has already had two litters and you want a third? Is she proven in any sport or show?
  9. BlueRose_Kennel

    BlueRose_Kennel Little Dog

    Was she heath tested and titled before her first 2 litters?
  10. BlueRose_Kennel

    BlueRose_Kennel Little Dog

  11. mbperez221

    mbperez221 Puppy

    no, she wasnt and we just love her....dont guess theres anything special about her. we arent pros at this....we just have 2 dogs that we love and i guess they are back yard breeders that we have talked to but thats why we are on this site asking questions
  12. Arrowhead

    Arrowhead Good Dog

    I'm not gonna get into the whole her bloodline being ruined thing for obvious reasons, but I think you should just have her spayed and, no disrespect, leave the breeding to more experienced, responsible people. I realize that accidents happen, but your female never should've been put in the situation of being left unsupervised in the 1st place. And to be honest, if you have to ask these questions, you should not be breeding.

    Did you just get your female for breeding? If not, why ask if you should get rid of her?

    Unless she's not so far along that her vet. can do nothing about aborting the puppies (I believe there is a shot she can be given for this), it's now your responsibility to find homes for those pups. Remember that it's you that let her get into this situation.

    I'm not trying to be mean, I'm just giving you MHO.
  13. PNWPBR

    PNWPBR Good Dog

    If you love her, dont breed her. You can do a spay/abort now and call it done with. The love for your dog should pass to love for her pups and you cannot guarantee that those pups will go to loving FOREVER homes because every 6 in 10 dogs end up in a shelter in their lifetime... not to mention adopting them out will add to the population problem unless you spay/neuter them before leaving your home.

    Please, spay your dog and stick around and learn more.... we are always happy to help.
  14. Arrowhead

    Arrowhead Good Dog

    As long as you love her that's all that matters. Learn from your mistake, learn as much as you can on this site, find homes for the pups if she's not too far along that abortion is not an option, have her spayed and enjoy her as your pet. :)
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  15. PNWPBR

    PNWPBR Good Dog

    Arrowhead, the abortion can be done almost up to full term just so you know. I have assisted with this surgery countless times and it is a very easy procedure and the puppies experience no pain and pass peacefully.

    It sounds harsh to some, I totally understand, but better to not live at all then live at the hands of an irresponsible owner. It would be doing these puppies a favor to have them aborted and let the homeless dogs out there get a chance at a home instead.
  16. mbperez221

    mbperez221 Puppy

    thanks so much for your advice ! we arent pros at this at all and as i have said before.....these are my dogs thru marriage so i dont think the main purpose was for breeding but we do live in a small town and most people who have them here breed and sell them. we love our dogs the way they are without titles and pulling wts...we are on here to educate ourselves....nothing else
  17. Arrowhead

    Arrowhead Good Dog

    Ahhh, thanx for the info. :)! I knew a little about it, but the vet. I worked at ages ago never did anything like this, so I wasn't sure.
  18. PNWPBR

    PNWPBR Good Dog

    Well stick around and please consider the spay abort. If you have any questions about it id be happy to try and answer them for you.
  19. BlueRose_Kennel

    BlueRose_Kennel Little Dog

    It's good that your willing to get educated as so many people are not. Having said that, take Arrowheads advice: get her spayed and enjoy her as a pet!
  20. bahamutt99

    bahamutt99 Stealth ninja

    Spay her now, so she doesn't have to go through the stress of a 3rd litter. Having babies is hard on females, and if you love her the way she is, then consider it a lesson learned and get her spayed while she's still early in the pregnancy. No reason to bring more mutts in the world, not with rescue already flooded with pit mixes.
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