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Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by haeveymolly, Jul 4, 2009.


  1. haeveymolly

    haeveymolly PetForums VIP

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    your pups are really going, breeders can only do their best to get the right owners, I have just learnt that mollys sister has just had pups, at not yet 1 year old my friend is a breeder (not big time) of working springers, excellent bloodlines, health tested, the works they kept one of the pups we had another but i found out last night that one of them who went not too far away from here, had an accidental (i use the term accidently very loosley) mating. She will be 1 on the 19th of this month. O.M.G that is soooo young.:mad:
     
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    ~Tete PetForums Member

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    aw poor doggy! but thats not as bad as this one:
    People down the road from me bought 2 dogs - brother and sister - I said be careful they'll mate and you'll get inbred puppies "oh no dont worry, their brother and sister they wont mate" bitch in her first heat, the male got her, 9 weeeks later, puppies galore, poor dog, they kept a puppy and the mother and father dogs have "gone to stay with a friend while they are neutered" tthat was about 4 months ago...
     
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    Awwww those poor girls are only pups still themselves :(:( Are these people just ignorant or plain stupid! :mad:
     
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    :eek: that is disgusting! Absoloutely dreadful! :mad:

    And Haeveymolly that is another dreaful sotry, poor dog, she isn't but a baby herself :(

    This the complete other end of the stick, but a guy at the shows we do commented about Bess he said 'Hello puppy' I corrected him (politely) saying she was 2 and half. He said, she is still a baby, i said they aren't because at years they can have pups. He said, would you subject a two year old child to having pups? I said Well a dog dies at the age og 15-17 so wehat are you suggesting. He said they are babies all the life. :confused: Odd man
     
  5. haeveymolly

    haeveymolly PetForums VIP

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    You just cant believe the mentality of some people the ones you have spoke about obviously think dogs have morals "brother wouldnt do that to his sister) O.M.G.

    I have just rung my friend the breeder and to honest they are devastated, but as i said you can only do your best to find the right owners, the owners whos "pup" has just had pups had a male springer like us and they were pleased they had already has experience of springers, lived near to fields and woods and thats all you can do. Such a shame, this has happened.
     
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    so sad, yes can't believe some people, dogs just dont have morals a male dog will mate any female in season, That is the reason i am lucky now to be Brackens's new owner, because he kept trying it on with his daughter!!
     
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    Strange man!!! If i meet owners with dogs especially springers as they do mature slower,and they are complaining about certain aspects of training and they are under 2 i always say "he/she is still a baby" but i mean in terms of maturity as in training they still have a lot of puppy traits, but they are not actually "puppies" Oh you do meet some odd people.
     
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