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Question by Shows
Submitted on 1/25/2004
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Our daughters Choc.Lab., accidently got breed with her brothers yellow lab. Question? She (choc.Lab) is just 10 months old. (first heat) Yellow Lab is 4 years. We feel she is way way to young! What should we do? It happened 1/25/04.


Answer by Dunk
Submitted on 1/27/2004
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Oh Well...Oh Well...Not much you can do right now. You might have to help her just like helping a 15 year old kid who is pregnant.

 

Answer by Tanisha
Submitted on 2/1/2004
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10 months is a little young but like punk said there is not much you can do about it. Just be thankful she wasn't younger and if she does have pups they'll be pure bred. Also It's good that the male was older. Make sure you know how to tell when she's ready to whelp so you can be with her and what to expect so you can call the vet if something goes wrong. If you need help you can e-mail me at stanishas@aol.com

 

Answer by tori49870113
Submitted on 6/14/2004
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i think your lucky i mean if she was any younger then you would be in trouble
i don't know but maybe you could get her desexed

 

Answer by LKH
Submitted on 1/13/2005
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ARE YOU MAD !!! CONTINUING WITH THE PREGNANCY IS CRUEL TO THE DOG AND PUPPIES. THE BEST THING YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR DOG IS TO HAVE THE PREGNANCY TERMINATED AND ALTHOUGH IT MAY SEEM CRUEL BELIEVE ME IT ISNT CONSIDERING WHAT A TEN MONTH OLD DOG WOULD GO THROUGH IF YOU CONTINUED WITH THE PREGNANCY, A FEMALE LAB ISN'T DEVELOPED ENOUGH AT 10 MONTHS TO SUPPORT A GROWING LITTER, SHE NEEDS TO BE AT LEAST 2 YEARS OLD FIRST, PLEASE DON'T LISTEN TO STATEMENTS LIKE THE ABOVE THERE IS PLENTY YOU CAN DO TO HELP YOUR DOG READING ALL THE AVAILABLE LITERATURE ON THE NET WILL NOT HELP WHERE SUCH A YOUNG DOG IS CONCERNED.ALTHOUGH YOU MAY WISH TO BREED YOUR DOG AT SOME POINT NOW IS NOT THE RIGHT TIME AND JUST BECAUSE THEY WILL BE PEDIGREE DOESN'T MAKE IT ONE IOTA BETTER. PLEASE SEEK HELP IF YOUR DOG IS IN A SIMILAR SITUATION TO THE ABOVE.DON'T RELY ON THE ANSWERS ON THIS PAGE AS I'M SURE THAT NOTHING SUBSTITUTES A MEDICAL OPINION. ALSO A MALE DOG CAN BREED FROM A MUCH YOUNGER AGE BUT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE WHATSOEVER WHEN BREEDING YOUR DOG, IN OTHER WORDS IT WON'T HELP.

 

Answer by reeds
Submitted on 6/9/2006
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i think you should be happy my dogs preg shes only 2

 

Answer by Barbara Jenkins
Submitted on 8/21/2006
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Accidents happen which is why you should get both your dogs fixed. The world and this country kills millions of unwanted dogs
every month. Sure you may find homes for your puppies, but what of those people who get the puppies? And plus those puppies are taking up homes that some sweet dog on death row could have had.
Its costing me hundreds of dollars to keep an unneutered choc lab off death row, just because I happen to be in the wrong place at the wrong time and find him wandering the street in search of .....just because of an irresponsible pet owner?
And now it will be harder for me to find him a home because there will be some new cute puppies "on the market".
I'm sorry to be so mean but please people....your need to be back yard breeders is contributing to the pet over population problem
Everyone...SPAY NEUTER!!!!!!They're happier, we're all happier that way. Spread the word!!!

 

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