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    Well it certainly sounds like it, all except the price that is, should not be more than $200. She is getting ripped off, big time, try another vet.

    Vet would do a whole pregnant desexing for less than that.

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    Sorry of course I've just remembered that we are talking of a Rotti and as the injections go by weight the cost will be a bit more, but should not be $600.

    There are also two different types out there, sorry I can't remember the name/ingredients (for want of a better word) for the best one. She should discuss this with her vet.

    I wouldn't give the mismating injection if she's left it too long as it's effect is lessened I believe. She should discuss all her options with a vet she trusts.

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    Im a bit different to the others...id go with the litter.

    Both popular breeds, so will be a popular mix meaning it should be easy to find homes for all of them.

    And if both parents are health tested etc, then they should produce a bunch of big fat healthy pups.

    Having puppies and a baby is easy. Babies sleep all day and only wake for a feed and a bum change basically. By the time that starts changing, pups will be older.

    That's just me though. If itll affect her future breeding program them abortion is probably the best option, if the bitch can still breed after.

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    So my friend came over yesterday and we called around a few places to get more quotes for abortions. She got in contact with a man named Graham and was quoted $560, so wrote on a piece of paper "Graham, abortion, $560" with a phone number. And she left the piece of paper on our kitchen table when she left. Neither of us even thought about the fact that my last name is Graham and for anybody else, what was written down probably wouldn't be associated with a DOG abortion. Needless to say when my partner got home last night and read what was written down, he almost had a heart attack. HAHAHA!

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    Oh man...i can just imagine his brain going WTF ????!!!!!!

    LOL !! poor bugger......


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    Yep. He went pretty pale!!!

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    I would abort too.
    Too many unwanted dogs in shelters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    I would abort too.
    Too many unwanted dogs in shelters.
    I was thinking the same thing, what a mess.
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    Or she can sell the in the local paper as
    Next door Rottweilers
    And if that ask the girl got to the next door dog
    It happen to us our female ragdoll got out and bred with the next door cat
    So we called them next door ragdolls in a add in the local paper and they were all sold in the next to days lol
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    I am inclined to agree with the keep the puppies camp. Firstly, anyone who would be a suitable rottweiler owner would also probably be a suitable bull mastiff owner, they are quite similar in size, temperament and exercise requirements. Secondly, both dogs are tested and assessed and whether the owners of pure breeds want to accept it or not, there are people out there who want to own something unique but that has been tested and of high quality. I don't imagine they will have the slightest trouble finding homes. So in my mind, I can't really see any strong case that would justify an abortion.

    Just my 2c though and of course the owner needs to make a decision based on her own circumstances and thoughts.

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