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Old 10-05-2009, 01:28 PM
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oh another tip about urinating, they are less likely to do it in a place if you spend time with them in that room. you don't have to let him sleep with you, but it may help if you take him into your room and spend a few minutes of play time on the bed with him each day.



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Please do not breed the dog and neuter him
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stud? Oh my.

Not a good idea. Really bad idea. Iam speechless actually.



If you would like an explaination why Iam sure we can gladly provide one for you, I have to walk away from this one.



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speechless are you. what is your reason
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whose reason? Crio's?
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both you and crio
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Well personally I do not think you understand what all is entitled in breeding your dog.

You must have the dog tested for any medical problems and health risks. You do not know where exactly your dog came from. What if his parents were not great candidates for breeding? You would just be passing down these genes
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1. your dog is not purebred...you know nothing about its lineage.
2. your dog is not health tested
3. your dog is not titled in anything
4. there are millions of animals killed yearly because there are not enough homes for non titled, non health tested mixed breeds.
5. breeding is very complicated and housetraining is pretty simple...maybe you should focus on standing, then walking before you think about running.

I suggest you read every word of this link

SO YOU WANT TO BREED DOGS DO YOU?

If you breed your dog to just any bitch you run the risk of STDs... and all the available bitches who are screened are not going to want to use your dog for stud anyway.


iam sure your dog is a wonderful, beautiful pet...but there are millions of unwanted, beautiful pets already.

Basic breeding ethics

http://dogplay.com/Breeding/ethics.html

if after all this you STILL wan to breed I suggest volunteering at an animals shelter so you can see first hand what you'd be contributing too.



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Ok
so I don't know much about studding. FYI, I was going to do a lot of studying before I did it anyway. I wasn't just gonna jump in and start advertising a stud service. BUT I see where you are coming from. My husband and I were leaning towards neuter in the first place, we just needed to find out more information.

Anyway, the post is about Pika peeing. lol. I always seem to get wayy off topic.
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Thanks for being openminded.

But anyway, its sounds like male marking... watch him 24/7 for now and interupt any attempts. Its a human absent issue, not a dog issue



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