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    What happened to her legs? She has some deepish looking cuts. Good luck with the bubs, I hope mum behaves herself.

    What are you crossing this bitch with?

    No offence, but I a think I am going to have to bow out of this. I am not in favour with what you are doing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anne View Post
    What happened to her legs? She has some deepish looking cuts. Good luck with the bubs, I hope mum behaves herself.

    What are you crossing this bitch with?

    No offence, but I a think I am going to have to bow out of this. I am not in favour with what you are doing.
    No offence taken Anne it is your decision on how you take this

    It was my next door neighbours dog (long story!) i think he is a staffy

    The cuts on her leg are from Friday night the male from next door tried to jump the fence again and since I fixed the wire (goes around the top of my yard) he walk walking around on top. She was being extremely protective and was jumping up to bite his paws, she got a leg through the wire and he latched on

    She is on antibiotics as of Friday when I rushed her to the vet and he says her leg will be fine

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    Yea, re read the thread. Those buggers of males can be very persistant. I read in other threads of them coming through closed windows, plate glass doors.

    All done now though and I hope all goes well with the pups. My vet suggests desexing 2 weeks after milk dries.

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    Congratulations and aren't they all beautiful. Hope all goes well.
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    thanks dogsrule

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    Yea, re read the thread. Those buggers of males can be very persistant. I read in other threads of them coming through closed windows, plate glass doors.

    All done now though and I hope all goes well with the pups. My vet suggests desexing 2 weeks after milk dries.
    Its so hard people dont understand

    and I hate BYB and yet that makes me a hypocrite! atleased you know how I feel

    thanks for the advice Di!

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    Bitches go on heat around every six months, are you saying she has had two litters in two heats in a row?
    I read your thread, why were you keeping your in heat dog in the back yard anyway? Dogs can dig and obviously dogs can jump. Dogs can barge down doors too apparently.
    How long did she need to recover from her labour? 6 months?
    I shouldn't be asking you all this now, as the dogs are already born, but I don't think I can congratulate you on the puppies.
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    Oh just kept reading, Deb already asked those question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussiemyf7 View Post
    Bitches go on heat around every six months, are you saying she has had two litters in two heats in a row?
    I read your thread, why were you keeping your in heat dog in the back yard anyway? Dogs can dig and obviously dogs can jump. Dogs can barge down doors too apparently.
    How long did she need to recover from her labour? 6 months?
    I shouldn't be asking you all this now, as the dogs are already born, but I don't think I can congratulate you on the puppies.
    im not sure if you still want me to answer this myf?

    since your latest post says that you continued reading? let me know im happy to answer your questions.

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    JTDNTB,

    I have just read your "Help Me Plzzz" thread again. Ok...I am trying to figure this out. Your bitch had puppies before...right? Then she was showing aggression and Vet said to deal with that first and desex later. Then your bitch got pregnant again.

    I will ask the question then...did your bitch have puppies from 2 consecutive seasons? If you knew your bitch had aggression problems and also towards her pups...how could you and your vet NOT take that into consideration regarding desexing...not getting pregnant again...secure lock up while in heat etc etc. Sorry...but I think this is very irresponsible IMHO. If I knew my bitch wasn't "a good mum" and showed aggression towards her pups...she would not be used again. Furthermore...I would NEVER want puppies from an aggressive bitch...it is not something I would want to continue in the gene pool!

    I find this whole thing very peculiar. If she was showing aggression...wouldn't desexing have helped to at least minimise hormonal mood swings or am I barking up the wrong tree here...guys? It would have stopped unwanted puppies!

    I, like most others, think puppies are gorgeous, but I am having trouble congratulating you on this one. You have bred Pitt Bull X, which will live a life with severe BSL hanging over their head and also over the new owners head. I have said it before and I say it again...what can your Pitt Bull X possibly bring to the dog world and to the Breed? How many of them will end up at the pound along side with 1000 of other cross bred "AmStaffs" and Staffies? I wonder...how will you sell these puppies...as Pitt Bull X or "AmStaff" X?

    You profess you are responsible...I beg to differ! This litter could easily have been stopped if you had locked your dog inside when you were not home...pure and simple.

    You wrote this on November 23: She had her first litter approximately 15 months ago. Not long after we had alot of issue with aggression which the vet advised us to deal with before going ahead with the desexing (this was how I ended up with her daughter-as she attacked her at 1week old). I had her booked in a week and a half ago for desexing along with her pup (which I obviously went ahead with(pup i mean)) hmmmmmm. I guess you answered my question regarding the consecutive seasons...there must have been one in between. But here is what ticks me off...WHY didn't you get her pup desexed before the age of 6 months and her first season? WHY did you wait until she was 15 months old? Was she having aggression problems too, so you had to wait desexing? WHY did it take 15 months to resolve aggression problems in your bitch...your reason for not desexing. I suspect the aggression problems have been solved since she was booked in for desexing earlier in November?!?

    I am really trying to be civil here, but I am finding it difficult to keep my cool. You say "please don't say DON'T BREED" and "Don't judge me"...but I DO judge you! You have let your Pitt Bull X bitch get pregnant (YES IT WAS YOUR FAULT!!!) and furthermore...a bitch who has shown aggression and also towards her own pup. I find your choice of name JudgeTheDeedNotTheBreed hypocritical actually. I am most definitely Judging your Deed...not your Breed!

    Just because you show you care about your pups and go to the vet ...doesn't make you responsible! I don't understand why you can't see that! You can argue your point from here to Christmas, but I VERY MUCH doubt you will be able to convince me that what you have done is responsible...good for the Breed...responsible in regards to BSL and fair to the new owners and the puppies. Do they have a life ahead of them where they have to wear a muzzle in public? Where they must be kept in secure lock-ups? Where the new owners constantly must look over their shoulder in fear of someone contacting the Council/Rangers?

    Sorry guys....cranky

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