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Old 09-28-2012, 02:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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My dog hasn't yet stop bleeding after mating .. it's already two weeks and still bleeding.. sept. 14 was the last breeding and after 3days i notice a blood coming from her organ gets darker when days pass, and tell now sept 28 she still experiencing a blood is this normal?
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Old 09-28-2012, 02:48 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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If you are on here asking if this is normal during breeding then maybe you should not be breeding. What was the purpose with this breeding? I would consult with a vet and make sure everything is ok with her. What day into her heat did you breed her?
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Old 09-28-2012, 06:08 AM   #3 (permalink)
 

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on the 9th day and on the 11th day of her 1st day of heat... It was an outside lock on both day of breeding... my pitbull 1st ever mating..
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Old 09-28-2012, 06:28 AM   #4 (permalink)
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How old is she? Have you brought her to a vet? What's the purpose of the breeding?
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Old 09-28-2012, 06:31 AM   #5 (permalink)
 

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she is 6 years old of age.. my purpose was to breed her coz she's so old now..
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I don't really understand the purpose in that. Do you show her? Hunt or is she a weight pull champion? is she a pet? Are you just hoping she will birth a pup (or 10) just like her to replace her? Most dogs take after grandparents more than parents. Has she seen a vet?
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Old 09-28-2012, 02:14 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Wow. I'm sorry to be so harsh but people like you are what is killing this breed. Breeding a dog is serious business. Not something to just expirement with. Do you have any clue how many people breed just cause it'll make cute pups or, they want a dog just like theirs. I'm sorry but unless you know about genetics, temperament, and breed traits you have no business locking up dogs. Why do you think the shelters and rescues are overflowing with pit type dogs? Because people keep breeding their unregistered pets and are not prepared to care for puppies. If you do not have the room or money to keep every single pup in that litter you have no business bringing them into this world. Reputible breeders will take back a pup that they produced at any age, their pups and dogs never end up in shelters cause they actually care for what they produce.
All the time people breed and say oh it's ok they're going to friends and family bla bla bla, but often times when pups are born excuses come up and they no longer want pups, or the pups grow up, aren't so cute or just too much to handle, and given back or dumped in the pound. This happens more often than not and hardly any of those people will take back their productions. There's is absolutely no reason to bring more unregistered pet quality animals into this world when there are literally millions of them waiting for a good home.
My best advice would be to take her to the vet and have a spay/abort done and go to a rescue or shelter. Why bring another litter of unnessisary pups into the world when there are already so many really good dogs out there waiting for someone. These dogs are being over bred and killed daily, please don't add to that problem.



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Old 09-28-2012, 03:16 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Wow. I'm sorry to be so harsh but people like you are what is killing this breed. Breeding a dog is serious business. Not something to just expirement with. Do you have any clue how many people breed just cause it'll make cute pups or, they want a dog just like theirs. I'm sorry but unless you know about genetics, temperament, and breed traits you have no business locking up dogs. Why do you think the shelters and rescues are overflowing with pit type dogs? Because people keep breeding their unregistered pets and are not prepared to care for puppies. If you do not have the room or money to keep every single pup in that litter you have no business bringing them into this world. Reputible breeders will take back a pup that they produced at any age, their pups and dogs never end up in shelters cause they actually care for what they produce.
All the time people breed and say oh it's ok they're going to friends and family bla bla bla, but often times when pups are born excuses come up and they no longer want pups, or the pups grow up, aren't so cute or just too much to handle, and given back or dumped in the pound. This happens more often than not and hardly any of those people will take back their productions. There's is absolutely no reason to bring more unregistered pet quality animals into this world when there are literally millions of them waiting for a good home.
My best advice would be to take her to the vet and have a spay/abort done and go to a rescue or shelter. Why bring another litter of unnessisary pups into the world when there are already so many really good dogs out there waiting for someone. These dogs are being over bred and killed daily, please don't add to that problem.
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Old 09-28-2012, 10:17 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I'm not sorry for you being a fool breeding an animal with zero understanding of what your doing,
, do the responsible thing and spay - abort
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