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    • MrsC2bee
      CommentAuthorMrsC2bee
      Got married 4 years ago
      Posted: Sep 15th 2015
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    Hope this is ok but am really stressed :(
    We are currently looking after a family members dog who had the snip last week, our dog is in season and you can guess what oh walked in on! But as he walked in the room my dog ran over and ended up pulling apart from the boy dog! Now we are worried he might have impreganated her! And really not sure what to do! They are different breeds and really didn't want them to have done it and can't believe they have :( anyone know a lot about dogs dtd? As could do with some advice ATM! To stop me freaking out haha
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    • Glitterfairy
      CommentAuthorGlitterfairy
      Got married 8 years ago
      Posted: Sep 15th 2015
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    I'm not sure if it's the same with humans it can take a while for it to fire 'blanks'.

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    • Glitterfairy
      CommentAuthorGlitterfairy
      Got married 8 years ago
      Posted: Sep 15th 2015
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    Just found this .........

    Depending on how long ago your dog was neutered, yes he can still breed a female after neutering. Sperm may survive in various storage areas of the male reproduction tract for up to a month after neutering allowing impregnation to still be possible for this time. If it has been more than a month after neutering, your dog should be sterile and unable to impregnate a female. However, even if he has no sperm, a neutered male dog can still get an erection and theoretically tie with a female dog. This will not result in pregnancy if it has been more than a month since he was neutered.

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    • MrsC2bee
      CommentAuthorMrsC2bee
      Got married 4 years ago
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    I'm so worried as its only been a week! He still a puppy so was surprised he knew what to do tbh haha, we have separated them now but they have been together all day! So both me and oh are kicking ourself for allowing them near each other with her being in season although we thought she was too early in her season for a male dog to be that interested :( and we were ment to be mating her with a dog of the same breed as her on Thursday so not sure if we should now or not!
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    • Glitterfairy
      CommentAuthorGlitterfairy
      Got married 8 years ago
      Posted: Sep 16th 2015
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    If you can, get her to the vets today or speak with them, they'd be of more use.

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    • Glitterfairy
      CommentAuthorGlitterfairy
      Got married 8 years ago
      Posted: Sep 16th 2015
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    A friend of mine had a bichon frise and it got 'raped' by a jack russell, she had to let her have the puppies as if she aborted them she would not be able to breed from her again.

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    • Flossie
      CommentAuthorFlossie
      Got married 4 years ago
      Posted: Sep 16th 2015
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    Dogs develop a lot faster than humans, they can reproduce at a very early age and have the "urge" to do so.. the owner of this dog should have given some consideration to this, especially if your dog is not neutered. I definitely would not have left them together on their own with no one to watch over them! As GF said the best person to advise will be a vet. Pups wouldn't be the end of the world, you can get good money for them these days lol and cross breeds are all the rage!

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    • Sarah D
      CommentAuthorSarah D
      Got married 4 years ago
      Posted: Sep 16th 2015
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    A friend of mine got a puppy and also had a slightly older dog, same breed but again thought the same the pup wouldn't manage to do what he did, she was worried her older dog would be pregnant she was given 3 options, abort them, get her spayed and the pups removed or let her have the litter, she took the option of having her spayed as she couldn't have pups to look after working fulltime they did tell her even without checking she would no doubt be pregnant xx

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    • Glitterfairy
      CommentAuthorGlitterfairy
      Got married 8 years ago
      Posted: Sep 16th 2015
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    What are the breeds???

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    • MrsC2bee
      CommentAuthorMrsC2bee
      Got married 4 years ago
      Posted: Sep 17th 2015
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    It our fault as we stupidly looked after my mil dog but didn't think our dog was so far into season! And should have realised but having had a migraine for 4 days and some personal problems going on I have had my head up my arse! But still pissed off it happened! And annoyed they told me he wasn't fertile when now I've been told he can be for another 3 weeks! They are both small breeds but my dogs also been with a stud for 2 days so hoping that will be the dad to the pups ( if there are any) the girl is a jr and the boy Yorkshire terry x chihuahua!
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    • Becci93
      CommentAuthorBecci93
      Got married 4 years ago
      Posted: Sep 18th 2015
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    It's usually about two weeks they say and then for the hormones to leave their rampant minds about 1 month.

    Try not to worry - you probably broke them up just in time - worst case scenario you have some unusual crossbreeds but crossbreeds are all the rage now!! Both my dogs are crossbreeds and I've heard people are actually paying more for some crossbreeds now than they are pedigrees!!

    My 7 year old staffy cross has suddenly decided that it's clever to hump my grandads arm when grandad tries to get up after being sat next to the dog - he was neutered as a puppy so god knows what he's doing stupid animal! Or his favourite past time is luring my puppy that is twice the size of him into the garden when we're in the hot tub .. The pup will lie on the floor ready to play so the dog stands over him and humps the poor puppies face then gargles like a gremlin when the puppy gets up sending the dog flying over the garden because he was on the top of him!!

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