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    Default Mumma Dogs and the thing s they do !

    Having owned only male dogs the last 20 odd years .....today i was pleasently pleased with watching a mummy pooch in action.

    I wont deny it ....comfortably numb after a few beers i watched a mummy Staffy deal with her hungry little nipple hunters. I was pretty much mes..mez...mezs...stoked with watching how a mum would make way for her hungry little pups digging under her legs. She would just lift it up and make way for the little fur ball to get a mouth full.

    A nomally friendly pooch all of a sudden very protective... very suss on me.... didnt pass till OK test till i copped a full sniffing down. Even then i didnt touch the pups. Just admired them from a distnce.

    As a bloke i've learnt the best way to deal with babies/preggy women is to stand back out off arm reach and smile and nod .

    She's a good mum. Just blew me away to watch a female dog do what comes so naturally to them. Old mate ' charger' was out back chewing bones and pissing on the fence totally non the wiser to what he's responsible for.


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    well, if you keen to learn more, keep going back and watching how she brings them up all on her own. haha
    best time to learn how to tell a dog off, is when shes weaning them off the nipple.
    listen and learn to the master mum, learn and copy her growl, and do it on most dogs and they hit the deck

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    The thing about a mum dog - is in the end - she does not want a lasting bond or relationship with her puppies, she wants them to move up and out as soon as possible.

    Not all dogs (or human mums) get it "naturally" - there's a thread in here somewhere a long time a go where a mother dog imploded and killed several of her pups.

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    My mama ewes are the same amazing with their lambs most of them. I have had quite a few female dogs but none with puppies thank goodness although one bitch I have despite being speyed has welcomed every new puppy into my home. She is now old but still has time for puppies, a beautiful gentle natured ACD but with plenty of spunk and love of both playing with and mentoring annoying puppies.

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    I loved watching Pretty and the pups. They were in our bedroom and hubby had decamped to the spare room for the duration till the pups went outside. I learned so much watching her and continued with variations with her discipline.
    Unfortunately for Pretty 2 of hers (were 3 for the last 2 years) are still here.

    Do I think she views them as her pups still? No. She and Bandit fought for leadership. Bandit is boss except in our bedroom where she will happily let any of them out but not back in. It is a nightly ritual that she goes to bed when hubby does and the others wait till I go so I can walk them past her. There is no reaction if they are with me. If not with me they sometimes wait in the hall as she growls to let them know not to come in.

    Pretty never disciplines Bandit but does Jodi (so does Bandit) and both also disciplined Jess (RIP) to put them in their place at times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    The thing about a mum dog - is in the end - she does not want a lasting bond or relationship with her puppies, she wants them to move up and out as soon as possible.

    Not all dogs (or human mums) get it "naturally" - there's a thread in here somewhere a long time a go where a mother dog imploded and killed several of her pups.
    Wow .. thats full on. Strange how they dont have a lasting bond with their babies. Bit sad i reckon.

    I'll never forget the first time i went to visit Mojo. His mum wanted to eat us ....so pissed off at these strangers looking at her babies. I felt a bit guilty at the time. Glad i didnt break her heart. She was probably glad to get rid of the bugger.

    Going back there this arvo for a BBQ. I'll poke my head in and have another nosey. Thers only 3 pups after one died a few days a go. I dont know the details of why or how it happened. Must be a big job for bitches who have a big litter.

    All seems like a lot of work for the owners too. While i love female dogs .... i'll never own one. Boys are much easier methinks.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean View Post
    Wow .. thats full on. Strange how they dont have a lasting bond with their babies. Bit sad i reckon.

    I'll never forget the first time i went to visit Mojo. His mum wanted to eat us ....so pissed off at these strangers looking at her babies. I felt a bit guilty at the time. Glad i didnt break her heart. She was probably glad to get rid of the bugger.

    Going back there this arvo for a BBQ. I'll poke my head in and have another nosey. Thers only 3 pups after one died a few days a go. I dont know the details of why or how it happened. Must be a big job for bitches who have a big litter.

    All seems like a lot of work for the owners too. While i love female dogs .... i'll never own one. Boys are much easier methinks.
    Yes most bitches are glad to see the back end of their pups and are pretty keen to get them weaned once they start having needle sharp little teeth sinking into their boobs.

    Girl dogs are no different to boy dogs in terms of ease of managemnet. In fact it is my 2 boy dogs that are the pain in the arse among my lot. The females get on great but the boys dislike each other so I have to manage that, little bassids always trying to wind each other up.

    Maybe men dont realise that sterilising a female dog negates any of the so called women stuff LOL. My girls are all sterilised. My female working dogs tend to have a better work ethic than the boys, or should I say they are more inclined to listen, although when it is all said and done I like them both and it is the individual personalities that are more important than gender.
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    Talking about needle sharp teeth. A friends working bitch had a litter of pups and when mum started to get fed up with the pups there was a good natured adolescent male dog that was up for baby sitting duties.

    We used to have a chuckle at the look on this boys face when the pups would on occassion investigate his male bits as a potential milk source. That would send him scuttling out of reach and leaping vertically LOL.

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