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So, You Want To Breed Your Female?

Discussion in 'Breeder Discussion' started by Vicki, May 24, 2008.

  1. lisa_grieger

    lisa_grieger Puppy

    I wish all would read this recently a coworker at the animal clinic I work at found a little female pit wondering a busy street. So I found here what I thought was a good home when the first thing they asked "does she look purebreed" well sure I suppose. The last thing I wanted was this dog to be breed seeing how she herself was found on the street with no good. I offered to pay for her spay before they breed her, they thought that was perfect. About a week later oh were probably going to breed her I fostered the pup for 3 weeks the reason I couldn't keep her was she was way to aggressive with my 10 month old pit and 2yr old Chihuahua and she was only about 7 weeks. So in terms they are going to breed a aggressive female with there demodex male which both are going to be inherited. Just because oh they would make such cute puppies. Not thinking about where those puppies are going to end up when there about 2 and one of those cute puppies bite someone's child. I see puppies all over craigslist needing homes.
  2. Skyye

    Skyye Puppy

    My male got ahold of my female I feel really bad I thought I had kept them apart puting them in diffrent room when i had to leave But needless to say she got pregeant and i'm not trying to become a breeder by no means but I'm a proud grandma of 9 healthy beautiful Baby pits what am I gonna do with 9 puppies?? welll keep them all of course No I'm kidding LOL I will find loving homes with people I know will treat them right and love them. I just wanted to say it can happen. and to those who judged me befor they knew me or my intentions really should look at why they offer advise to a member and queastion thier own intentions when wanting to give advise or commenting on someone they dont know Those who give advice honestly and without judgment thank you again
  3. ~BullyPom~

    ~BullyPom~ Little Dog

    Accidents happen, no one can keep track of their dog 100% of their time, no matter what some people may say...
    Its best to spay and neuter ALL dogs that you have no intention of breeding RESPONSIBLY

    I have 5 dogs, and ALL are spayed/neutered... even though all except Chai (my American Bully mix) are pedigree dogs (rescued WITH papers, MANY dogs in shelters are pure bred, some even have papers)
    Its easier to have them fixed, for EVERYONE, most people in my neighborhood do not spay/neuter their dogs, because of this their dogs get loose, we always have 3 or 4 people with a litter of puppies, and excersizing our dogs is tough, loose dogs are always running around and last week we saw one get hit by a car, needless to say he was running after a intact female chained acoss the street
  4. ganja

    ganja Good Dog

    and how about you stop telling people how they should keep their animals?

    it's not because YOU can't keep track of your dog 100% of the time that we're all as irresponsible...
    are you even being serious saying that no one can keep track of their dog 100% of the time? LOL! :lol:

    however, I'll stick to my unfixed dogs, thank you for trying to shove your views upon others but really, you should refrain from lecturing people when you can't even keep track of your dog all of the time.. :rolleyes:

    ohh, and right, I forgot... fixed dogs don't get loose lmfao
  5. Vicki, this is a fabulous post! Do you mind if it's reposted? And if not, who should I state as the author? I would love to share this!

    ---------- Post added at 08:47 PM ---------- Previous post was at 08:39 PM ----------

    I can't keep up with the number of pregnant animals that come into our local shelters on a weekly basis. Unfortunately, there is no room at a high volume kill shelter for a mother dog to whelp her puppies. This means the mother has to be euthanized immediately. So if in 3 days your dog isn't picked up, it will be the first on the list to be euthanized. If the puppies are born before that, they are usually euthanized once those 3 days are up. Same goes with momma cats and kittens. A county shelter is no place for day old animals, they usually won't make it anyways because of everything they are exposed to. Nothing is more horrible than having to euthanize a tiny helpless baby animal just because someone else was irresponsible with their animals.

    Many people don't realize that pregnant pets will often become escape artists because of their natural urge to find a private, quiet area for them to deliver and "nest." I'd say unneutered males and then pregnant or in heat females are the most commonly picked up as strays.
  6. Dogboarding

    Dogboarding Puppy

    Wow... this would be a great thread.[​IMG]
  7. Miakoda

    Miakoda GRCH Dog

    Huh? I ALWAYS knows where MY dogs are. I don't even understand how someone can say this....unless you are the owner of the dogs that are constantly coming onto my property trying to get into my backyard (which is and will be an automatic death sentence).
  8. cher_bear

    cher_bear Good Dog

    most of the dogs in shelters are picked up as strays,because they had owners that could not keep track of them 24/7.having an altered dog doesnt make it alright to let your dog roam around loose. just saying.
  9. Zion

    Zion Banned

    so was the purpose of this post to turn me away from breeding...it worked.lol.i love my pup and figured she'd birth very good offspring but I'll just get her spayed now. save the trouble
  10. monkeys23

    monkeys23 GRCH Dog

    Me too. I don't care if your dog is intact or altered -- you should be responsible about containing and keeping the dog safe.

    Those that aren't responsible enough to keep their intact dogs from getting knocked up or doing some knocking up should totally spay/neuter. Be adult enough to make the right choice. ;)

    Those that are responsible, shouldn't be required to alter their dogs.
  11. Zion

    Zion Banned

    hmm true..i had a buttload of people asking to match my lovely girl up with their male...i keep denying..and I really don't want to do it.it just doesnt seem wise to me.
  12. NGK

    NGK Little Dog

    We have never had an accidental breeding in my lifetime as we practice the old methods of keeping our dogs properly contained at all times, not only when the females are in heat. Also... I have owned many many dogs over the years and have never wondered where a single dog was at any given time, If I can manage to keep several, (as many as 56 years ago) and still know where they all are the owners that have 2-3 dogs should have no problem containing them and keeping track of them 100% of the time.
  13. kamikaze

    kamikaze Good Dog


    ---------- Post added at 10:21 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:19 PM ----------

    THERE are also lots of reasons you should get ur beautiful lil mama fixed a.s.a.p... lots of diff infections that can happen
  14. sonyasaranee

    sonyasaranee Good Dog

    Thank you for the extreme detail in the post. It really makes one stop and think.. Even if thoughts of breeding occur(or rather the thought of an offspring), there is absolutely no way I'd get into a mess like this.

    I need to print this for my fiance.. So he can try to understand what I've been telling him that he thinks is BS, "having puppies is natural.." I keep telling him NO, especially after everything I am learning here.. I have helped with cat births(strays I took in that were prego) and the last one was so young and small I had to help her pull out the last two kittens. I knew there were things to worry about, but not all of this stuff.. Yah, I have completely decided absolutely no breeding ever.. It's not worth it at all. Not in the least. There are many sweet mutts out there getting bred and thrown into AC.. Everyday now I am working on convincing the man to take Bebe in for her spay, or at least stop discussing any puppies ever, even if she isn't spayed until she's 12 months.
  15. jackielynn91

    jackielynn91 Little Dog

    this was a good post i was not aware of all the things that could go wrong in a dogs pregnance/birthing.
  16. Mollie's Nana

    Mollie's Nana Krypto Super Dog Staff Member

    Definitely time to bump this up so some of the newer members that have considered breeding can read things they need to think about BEFORE they breed!!
  17. omgrobyn

    omgrobyn GRCH Dog

    Yes. Bump it.
  18. BarbaraClark

    BarbaraClark NuckingFuts


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  19. KASSO8991

    KASSO8991 Little Dog

    So grateful that I got my Ryker Belle spayed.
  20. && THIS is why Molly is spayed & Diesel is neutered. I need to print this out & hand it out to all the ignorant asses who tell me how 'sexy' Molly is & that I could get alot of money out of her. Oh the self control it has taught me.

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