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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    Its more for owners of purebreds and crossbreds.

    ETA: Did my post inform you of anything?
    then why have a breeding section???

    I think the saying "if you don't have anything nice to say then don't say anything at all" would go a long way on this forum!

    Myf - wern't you just offended by someone who had nothing nice to say in another thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummyxofx2 View Post
    what is this ment to mean? if you have nothing nice to say dont say it at all this forum is for purebreds and crossbreeds so zip it

    For owners & those that rescue unwanted cross breeds from pounds & rescue centers...

    Most of us here don't support deliberate cross breeding or BYB breeding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummyxofx2 View Post
    yes i may be a BYB but thats how you all started off i bet i have had health checks i have had the scan done and the xray my [/B]female is up to date with vaccinations and so is the father the pups will also be vaccinated and everything else my girl is being looked after properly is on the right diet and has great care she is in perfect health so dont go udging me!!

    Nope not me.. i'm no BYB nor do i breed my dogs..i'm a responsible pet owner i have my dogs de-sexed asap.... i adopt the poor unwanted dogs that BYB's produce & that people no longer want...

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    thanks amy atleast some1 can see sense dont understand why they have this as purebred and crossbred if they are going to discriminate the people with crossbred dogs

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    hmmmmm while i dont condone breeding dogs pure or otherwise unless you are a reg breeder, i cant stand the way people on here jump down new members throats.

    do you know i had never heard of a BYB or puppy mills until i joined this site??
    and i reckon that there was a point in your lives when you didnt know what they were either and that you oggled pups in the newspaper and pet shops.

    we are here to educate not to be nasty. why not show this OP some of the reasons why we dont like BYB? why dont we help her out with her bitch? she came here seeking help not to be ridiculed!!

    and also nowhere in the forum rules does it say that you cant come on here if you have a non reg pregnant dog...so maybe we should show them some respect and help them out so next time they know better
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    then what are you doing in the breeding section ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by amy86 View Post
    then why have a breeding section???

    I think the saying "if you don't have anything nice to say then don't say anything at all" would go a long way on this forum!

    Myf - wern't you just offended by someone who had nothing nice to say in another thread?
    Where did I offend her? I answered her question.
    I was offended at the fact the member only posted to point out I had used the term 'too' and not 'two'.

    The breeding is for breeding help, but I was saying that the whole 'purebreed and crossbreed' part of the title is for the owners not the breeders.
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    OP you may have more success calling a 24hr vet and speaking with whoever may be there right now.

    As this forum is mainly membered by pet owners (a small number of breeders are here) it will only have limited info to help you and your dog. Also as you have seen our members are passionate about deliberate/planned cross litters and bybs.

    Personally I think the desire to help a dog that may be in distress should stop people casting judgement and writting pointless insulting posts. Don't drive the person away who wants help.

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    mummyxof2, both my dogs are crossbreeds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    Im not a breeder, but im a vet nurse.

    Big breeds, like Rottis and Shepherds will usually deliver later than the average 'due date'.

    Once her temperature drops below 37 degrees, she will most likely go into labour within 24 hours.
    The first stage of labour is when the uterine contactions begin. She'll be uncomfortable and pacing and panting. Some bitchs even shiver. This can last between 6 to 17 hours.
    The next stage are the puppies.

    Thats only the 'written' part. I have no 'practical' experiance to share.
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