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Question by Stacey
Submitted on 8/24/2005
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In Sept. my Jack Russell terrier will be 3yrs old. She was recently in heat the later part of July. She got out & was "unaccounted for" for about 3 hrs. on 2 seperate occasions. She was found "running around" with the neighbors Golden Retriever, & he was hanging around our house quite a bit during that time. Now she doesn't seem to have the energy she had before she came into heat & is not eating as much. Can pregnancy be possible from the Golden Retriever? He's not very big, & she's average size. & What kind of pups is this going to produce? HELP !


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