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  • #74111
    toppy
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    Thanks lassie 🙂
    Val, we did think of getting puppy done but not too sure if he’s going to be going back to the uncle and he doesn’t want him done :/  we would get uncle to have pup when milly in season but he still has nowhere for him at the moment! 

    #74112
    Diesel73
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    Help me out as i can not remember if you told this already but….. why did uncle buy a puppy and not have any space for doggy already?

    #74113
    toppy
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    Hmmm, him and his wife have the mum rottie and mated with DDB, the mum is aunties dog and pup is uncles dog….after a year auntie and uncle decide to split up/ divorce etc….she got the house and he been staying here there and everywhere, = a wanted pup with no home so we stepped in to help stupidly not thinking about milly and her seasons or what pup would be like with it :/

    #74114
    Val
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    Here I go again  :surrender: if you have been good enough to take his dog in then why are you looking at putting your own dog under a GA just so his dog doesn’t loose his balls.
    IMO you would be doing them a favor as breeding Rotties to DDB is plain stupid.
    Sorry Toppy this dog is their problem if it’s in your home then you should do what you want this problem ain’t going away and if an accident happens and these dogs mate which is possible seasons are not an exact science blind seasons are not unheard of, you will then have major problems all caused by uncles dog being dumped on your doorstep
    Val

    [quote author=toppy link=topic=15114.msg274983#msg274983 date=1270665789]
    Thanks lassie 🙂
    Val, we did think of getting puppy done but not too sure if he’s going to be going back to the uncle and he doesn’t want him done :/  we would get uncle to have pup when milly in season but he still has nowhere for him at the moment! 
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    #74115
    Diesel73
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    [quote author=Val link=topic=15114.msg274991#msg274991 date=1270744166]
    Here I go again  :surrender: if you have been good enough to take his dog in then why are you looking at putting your own dog under a GA just so his dog doesn’t loose his balls.
    IMO you would be doing them a favor as breeding Rotties to DDB is plain stupid.
    Sorry Toppy this dog is their problem if it’s in your home then you should do what you want this problem ain’t going away and if an accident happens and these dogs mate which is possible seasons are not an exact science blind seasons are not unheard of, you will then have major problems all caused by uncles dog being dumped on your doorstep
    Val

    [quote author=toppy link=topic=15114.msg274983#msg274983 date=1270665789]
    Thanks lassie 🙂
    Val, we did think of getting puppy done but not too sure if he’s going to be going back to the uncle and he doesn’t want him done :/  we would get uncle to have pup when milly in season but he still has nowhere for him at the moment! 
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    Hmmm  ::) , Val is right Toppy. As much as you like and grown fond of that boyo, he is NOT yours in the first place. But ditching him at your place DOES put you in the position to deal with him at will. She (your girl) however was already yours and IS.
    ‘Ditching’ might not be as how you see it, but it is. And since you have to take care and be responsible for someone elses…..In yourcase i would take my responsebility and put my own first. My house, my laws…..

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