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Postby philicia » Sat Jul 05, 2008 1:22 am

is this normal that it sticks out this much? it eventually went back to normal but it was seriously gross.....

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i hope they dont kick me off this site for posting up these pics....just a curiosity....

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Postby Deniselynn » Sat Jul 05, 2008 1:24 am

Your male mated and this is what his penis looked like afterwards? I doubt you will get kicked off the site for posting those pictures.

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Postby msvette2u » Sat Jul 05, 2008 1:31 am

What dog is yours mating with???

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Postby philicia » Sat Jul 05, 2008 1:32 am

oh okay good.

yeah thats the pic of him right after they did it...maybe he did it too deep? my other blue brindle had the same effect. and they didnt move i guess it hurt them.

kinda odd.. i was just wondering if its normall or if something is wrong.

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Postby msvette2u » Sat Jul 05, 2008 1:34 am

Why are you letting your dogs breed?

one a blue razr edge and gotti mix brindle who is about almost 8 months. the other im not quite sure what mix of pit he is but hes a regular brown brindle about 1 year and 2 months.


Your female is too young and you're not even sure what breed your male is. I certainly hope you are prepared to do a spay abort, like, next week.

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Postby Deniselynn » Sat Jul 05, 2008 1:38 am

Be prepared to be asked a lot of questions as to why you chose to mate your dogs. This forum doesn't take breeding lightly and we do our best to educate people about the cons of breeding.

We definitely don't want to chase you off the forum so if you feel offended, please don't. We simply want to help.

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Postby philicia » Sat Jul 05, 2008 2:30 am

i think you guys got it confused....

i have a third dog now.

i havent even explained her or introduced her yet.

shes the one in my default pic. and i already got baby(the brown brindle one) neutered 2 weeks ago.

the blue brindle and my blue female are mating.

and i do take it seriously. im not offended people have their opinions on breeding. and i think my blue female and blue male are perfect.

so yeahhh i hope that clears up a lot of things,

the blue brindle is almost one year now.

my blue female is about 1.5 years.

she has already had pups. not sure with who, but i just got her like over a month ago

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Postby Kingsgurl » Sat Jul 05, 2008 3:32 am

Please, for the love of all that is holy, spay and neuter your dogs.
http://www.badrap.org/rescue/breeding.cfm

Breedings such as the one you just did are killing this breed.
Both dogs are too young to be breeding, you have done NO health testing, you just GOT this female etc, etc.
Everyone thinks their dogs are 'the best ever' or they are blue, or they are (insert whatever reason you have here) EVERYONE (with the exception of a VERY few) are breeding like there is no tomorrow, and, at this rate, there very well may NOT be.

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Postby L Boogie » Sat Jul 05, 2008 4:22 am

philicia wrote:i think you guys got it confused....

i have a third dog now.

i havent even explained her or introduced her yet.

shes the one in my default pic. and i already got baby(the brown brindle one) neutered 2 weeks ago.

the blue brindle and my blue female are mating.

and i do take it seriously. im not offended people have their opinions on breeding. and i think my blue female and blue male are perfect.

so yeahhh i hope that clears up a lot of things,

the blue brindle is almost one year now.

my blue female is about 1.5 years.

she has already had pups. not sure with who, but i just got her like over a month ago


You're obviously not aware of the problems of breeding blue to blue.

What makes them perfect? What health testing have they had? What titles have they earned? Do they have a long line of champions in their pedigrees? Do they fit the breed standard?

They are both too young to be bred. They're not even fully mature yet. You should wait until AT LEAST 2 years of age, and until they are fully health tested and have earned working titles. Without titles and health tests, they are no better than anyone elses dogs, and have no business putting more puppies on this earth.

You've had the female for ONE MONTH? That is surely not enough time to find out if she is breeding worthy.

And you say you bred blue to blue brindle, so why is the brown brindle dog the one that has a boner?

There is more to breeding dogs than putting them together.

Are you prepared to pay for ultrasounds, lots of quality puppy food, frequent vet visits, and paying for any complications during whelping? Are you prepared to pay for all vaccinations for the puppies? Are you ready to potentially have around 13 dogs running around, 10 of which are not potty trained? Are you aware that most Pit Bulls do not live past their second birthday, because people move, can't afford, or otherwise don't want to deal with the dog and they get dumped on the streets or in shelters? Are you aware that 1 in 600 Pit Bulls find a forever home? The other 599 are killed.

It honestly sounds like you have no idea on proper breeding and have no business doing so.

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Postby Maryellen » Sat Jul 05, 2008 6:31 am

ok, you are 19 years old per your my space,and you are breeding dogs? have you done proper health testing that follows the Breeder COE? if you dont know why your dogs penis is like that then you shouldnt be breeding.. period... what titles does your dogs have? any show ribbons? how about sports? obedience? rally? CGC? TT? Therapy ?

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Postby julie64 » Sat Jul 05, 2008 6:50 am

philicia wrote:
my blue female is about 1.5 years.

she has already had pups. not sure with who, but i just got her like over a month ago


nice, a 1 1/2 and she may be on her second litter. :frown:

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Postby Patch O' Pits » Sat Jul 05, 2008 8:05 am

:frown:

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Postby msvette2u » Sat Jul 05, 2008 9:12 am

Kingsgurl wrote:Please, for the love of all that is holy, spay and neuter your dogs.
http://www.badrap.org/rescue/breeding.cfm

Breedings such as the one you just did are killing this breed.
Both dogs are too young to be breeding, you have done NO health testing, you just GOT this female etc, etc.
Everyone thinks their dogs are 'the best ever' or they are blue, or they are (insert whatever reason you have here) EVERYONE (with the exception of a VERY few) are breeding like there is no tomorrow, and, at this rate, there very well may NOT be.


:goodpost:

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Postby Jorsher » Sat Jul 05, 2008 9:46 am

This is a sad thread :frown:

Like Deniselynn said, nobody here is trying to run you off. We'd much rather you stay here and learn, but those dogs are way too young to be breeding, they are not "special" (no offense, but no titles or health testing). Believe it or not, blue isn't that special, everyone and their uncle is breeding them, and there's hundreds if not thousands killed daily.

I'm guessing you're doing this for money, because it's obviously not for the benefit of the breed. Please do more research and do not breed those pups, especially the poor female that has already been through one litter.

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Postby msvette2u » Sat Jul 05, 2008 9:49 am

I cannot believe you've been a member here for what, 3 mos? 4mos?
And yet you still feel it's alright to let your dogs breed because:
he is the only one of the three that will bring the ball back to play fetch with.


Pardon me but those are NO credentials to perform a breeding upon.
Has your dogs' hips been x-rayed to make sure they do not suffer from dysplasia, something the eye cannot see? Have both their hearts been checked by a vet for defects (eyes cannot see that either).
Have they been shown before and won ribbons for "conformation" (how they are put together).
If no to all those, spay your female at once and terminate her pregnancy, because you are not breeding your dogs to the Breeder's Code of Ethics - yes there is such a thing and you need to familiarize yourself with it, and quickly.
http://www.pitbullforum.com/viewtopic.php?t=49670

Color and cuteness and willingness to fetch all day are no reasons to breed your pets.


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