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    Today when they were introduced neither showed aassive agression towards each other at one point they were sniffing and bonding then my male tried to put his paw on her then she growled but her current owner pulled her away so I'm not sure if that helped or not that she kept pulling her away and if she was being protctive on her terriorty and her current owner!

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    No not for breeding only maybe once then that's it! I'm getting the female for me as my partner has the male and we want some company for him but no breeding is not our priorty at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammyh View Post
    No not for breeding only maybe once then that's it! I'm getting the female for me as my partner has the male and we want some company for him but no breeding is not our priorty at all
    There's quite a few staffies in need of home as it is...Please do not add to that population. Google BSL.

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    No breeding is not the case! I want a female, she will most likely be desexed but see what happens!

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    Desexing reduces the chance of mammary cancer GREATLY...Just something to think about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammyh View Post
    No not for breeding only maybe once then that's it! I'm getting the female for me as my partner has the male and we want some company for him but no breeding is not our priorty at all
    If your not a reg breeder I don't really see the point in doing it.

    Before you decide to breed how about you go down to your local Pound on kill
    day and help them put to sleep all the unwanted dogs. After watching the dogs
    die and being bagged up ready for disposal, decide then if you really need to breed your pets and add to the overpopulation of dogs we already have.

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    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammyh View Post
    No breeding is not the case! I want a female, she will most likely be desexed but see what happens!
    Please be honest. I think you have every intention of breeding with these two dogs. Or else you would be desexing her immediately should it work out with your male. Not waiting to see, or maybe just one litter.

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    That is not our reason for getting a girl! And I haven't even purchased her yet so no decision on that has been made it's not me why she isn't desexed! And I'm quiet aware of this and if we did decide to we would become registered breeders as our dog is a 2000 blue champion bloodlines... But again this hasn't crossed our minds yet because Ed haven't got her yet! U asked if she was desexed and I answered she's not because she doesn't belong to us! And I understand exactly what ur saying but that is not why I posted

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    I'm getting a female because I'm a female and want a Girl so we bond! Breeding is not even what we are thinking about yet because we haven't purchased her and don't even know if we are! We will decide then and I'm being honest it's not to breed and if we did make the decision to we would only once thanks

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