i have a question regaurding a dog. i own a female chihuahua who recently went into heat its been about a week since ive noticed her havin a bit of blood we borrowed a dog from our neighbors yet he shows no intrest in her nd avoids her all the time.... they are NOW starting to play nd get along but yet no intrest whats so ever in that matter......
today i noticed something when i was rubbin his belly... one of his testies isnt in the sac its more like on the upper side by his weewee is it normal? or is it goin to be a problem i need all the help i can get
You never want to breed a dog who doesn't have 2 normal testicles. I don't think you should be breeding if you didn't know that. When she gets pregnant, and something goes wrong, you will be sorry if you lose her and/or the pups.
If you do insist on doing this ill advised breeding , do make certain the male Chihuahua used for stud has two testicles in the correct position and that he is smaller than the female so there is less chance of the pups being too large for her to birth. Most breeders would use a 2-3 pound dog to breed a 4-5 pound female.I think you should skip any breeding and have her spayed and the male you borrowed should be neutered as soon as possible .
well thanx!!! i guess i found some of this answers helpfull!!!
Yet i dont see why i should spay my dog???? shes perfectly healthy and a very loving dog that i know would make a wonderful mommy,,,,, as for the male dog he was such a cutie but... we took him back to his owners,,,
i now have a much smaller in size male dog, whom we got from one of our family friends,,, and as soon as he got into the house,, he satred sniffing and interacting with my female,, next thing i know i heard my doggy howl nd ran to see what was goin on,,,, as i walk in the room i saw them trying to pull apart from eachother,, stayed there with them for about 5 mins or so and since then he's been trying over and over again but hasnt gotten locked again...........
This is one of the posts I probably should skip over, but it makes me sick when people without a clue about breeding dogs go ahead, and blindly throw 2 together. Other than the fact that your dogs are untested, and your female is far too young, you left them alone to breed. YOU NEVER do that.You just risked great injury to both of those dogs. If you're going to breed dogs, then have the common sense to read about it, at the very least. Just because your female is a lovely little dog, does'nt mean she is worthy of breeding....and now you run the risk of a cesaerian section. I would start saving some money if I were you, since they tied once.
just what is needed more puppies because someone wants their dog to be a mommy. no health tests, no nothing just picking any male and having them mate, i feel for those poor puppies and future puppies. and being healthy has nothing to do with not getting your dog spayed, in the long run female dogs that are spayed have less medical problems then ones that arent.
Are we on candid camera? What is wrong with people? Not having any history on the male is extremely dangerous. I have never bred a dog in my life, but even know better....I feel so sorry for that female. Good luck...
im not putting my dog just to any other dog i find out there!!!! i have gotten both of them checked by a vet b4 bringing them into the house with her,,,,,,,
i love my baby girl nd i wouldnt just let her mate with any dog without knowing any thing that can affect her
my question was simple all i wanted to know was about the testies of the dog and all came to this i thought this site was to get some possible answers to help understand some more of what was going on with him cause the time he was checked every thing was fine with him but what everthanx for all those nasty comments
Just wow! Not to mention what the others said as well....holy cow, she is only 1 year old. You should not be breeding her until she is at least 2 years old in the first place! Not to mention...YES...you throw her with whatever male is handy with NO regard to health, size, pedigrees, just of the have testicles...then their a stud.
A vet check is NOT good enough, we are talking genetic issues here! Please have her spayed ASAP, you are in no way prepared to bring puppies into this world. Breeding in comparison is the EASY part and you havent been able to do that right either.
I would question the fact that a vet agreed to the breeding in the first place, due to the female's age. Secondly he would have noticed the testes problem with the first dog. I really hope this is a troll, because I feel so sorry for this little female if the Op is telling the truth.