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Thread: Bitch due to have pups? (unexpected complications which may arise)

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    They sure are the golden pups. Cost you about $1000 each, by now?

    yep thats just about right
    Be sure to let me know if you have some people interested

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Lady View Post
    OMFG sorry but I would totally FREAK out if I picked my dog up and
    that was the bill..

    Did you have a heart attack ??
    It is quite common in some of the giants....So be prepared if you are Breeding. I know quite a few giant breeders, mastiffs, newfies, Saints and Maremma's. And it is sadly quite common that they have to have C-sections, especially the Boof headed breeds.
    Pets are forever

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    Yes I am a registered breeder and our dog will be booked in prior
    to her giving birth so no complications occur.
    With our dogs being so big and such an expensive breed
    we wouldn't even consider any of our dogs having a natural birth.

    $800 - $1000 for a c section on our Mastiffs..

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    Does that price apply after housrs too, LL?

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    With reading of all the problems and expense Liss has had to endure, it reminds me of how lucky I have been with Kirri's two litters.. I must admit I don't want to think of what could go wrong as I like to think my dogs are as best can be ( along with most other registered breeders ) , but it goes to show, birth can go so horribly wrong.. This has been a valuable lesson to ALL breeders on this forum in my opinion..
    http://www.dogforum.com.au/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=577&dateline=12727082  14

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    Just an update mum and pups doing well she has been feeding them herself since coming home yesterday morning the vet said some bitches will still produce milk and feed pups and some wont pups are happy and content so im just leaving her be to do her thing

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    Can't get enough of the photos, keep them coming! Such variety in the pups' colouring and patterns!

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    So glad mum & pups are doing well...

    And $1000 for c section is during Business hours..
    This is why our girl will be booked in 1 week prior..
    Things can go horribly wrong and can end up costing
    a fortune.

    We use to breed cattle dogs and thank goodness
    never had a problem.

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    Hi Lissa, I'm just new here, but I have been following your thread from the start. I just want to say I'm so sorry about all the trouble you have had & I hope now all your problems are behind you & things will start looking up.

    I am very new to breeding too (have bred 2 litters ) & reading this thread makes me feel very lucky & blessed that I have not had one thing go wrong with the 2 litters that I have had. However having said that, it doesn't mean I won't have problems in the future, & as a breeder I would always be ready for the worse to happen, & I Know I am always taking a gamble the minute I decide to do a breeding with my bitch.

    Anyway it is lovely to see you be so responsible & dedicated to Tips & her puppies, they are lucky to have you. I have been looking at all your pics & the puppies are gorgeous, & I was just wondering with all the chaos you have been going through if you have had a chance to pick the puppy you are keeping? or are you waiting till they are a little older? I think when they are about 6 weeks old is the best time as their personalities are really showing by then, & that's the age I usually let my puppy buyers visit for the 1st time.

    Good to see Tips is a little better & wants to look after her babies, I hope you get some rest now, as things will start getting very busy for you in a few weeks time when you start weaning them, & they start becoming very active, & become little pooing, weeing machines.


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    Just wanted to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone that has followed this thread and joined us in all and our ups and downs!!
    THANK YOU ALL so much for all your advice and support it means so much to me

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