Angelbaby went into labor this morning at 6am and hard labor started about 4pm....by 5:30 she was done, 3 beautiful chiapoos, 2 girls and one boy.....Parti colored, black, red and beautiful silver. Gonna post pics and vid for those interested in seeing my angel go through it like a champ, better than me....lol...
Thanks for replies for those who responded, illusionminis and schoolbusgal......
Your welcome!!! You must be the "mutt" you so eagerly call others. My babies are worth more than any lame comment you could leave....HA! Have a wonderful night cuz with your attitude, this is alln the satisfaction you get...but you touch not these nerves hin...get a life, join some bashing group instead of this one!!!!!
Absolutely. I dont have accidents. My baby is too special to me to have an accident and chance a problem. I breed my chi and my female chiapoo because of the hypo=allergenic reasons and they have the most awesome temperment.
And no one cares what u think btw....you are***** and I will breed my dog when I feel like it....They are worth more to me than anything u could say, sounds to me like a bunch of jealous babbling bafoons!!!
Please refrain from inappropriate remarks.
***Edited By: lpn169 on 10/20/2009 12:08:34 PM*** Reason: inappropriate remark
Angelbaby4-"screwn off u people need jobs or an e4ducation"
Ya totally I am the one who needs and education
and I am sure the ones who have to put mutts to sleep everyday in shelters do care as well, but what can you say a fool and their money will soon be parted and some people dont have the sense to research first they just believe what the greeder who lives off the wombs of their dogs tells them.
I enjoy reading Angelbabies replies. It shows who is the one who truly needs an education. The posts alone would make anyone looking to get a mixed breed think twice before getting involved with such 'educated breeders'.
Can you even vet test for Hypoglycemia? What about officially screening for luxating patella (OFA), progressive retinal atrophy(CERF and/or optigen) and Von Willibrands disease. Epilepsy is common in Mini Poodles, do you know if it runs in your dogs line? You need the education, you obviously have no idea about any of the breeds you're throwing together. I've never bred a litter in my life and I know more than you, but I still don't know enough to be an ethical breeder.
It's people like this who I see trying to sell their "designer hypoallergenic mutts" in the local newspaper for hundreds, even thousands of dollars. Then, within 6 months, I see the same puppies listed for FREE because the purchasers quickly learn they are far from hypo or designer...they have to basically give them away.
There is absolutely no reason to breed these two dogs. YOU need to be educated on the spaying and neutering process and have your dogs fixed before this happens again.
You need to also be educated on the proper way to speak as an adult to other adults. You could have made your statements in a mature manner...however, I did find your childish charm to be quite amusing. Thanks for the laugh.
"A word to the wise ain't necessary, it's the stupid ones who need advice." -Bill Cosby
So sorry I missed the fun. I am happy that you girl came through the whelp fine with healthy pups.
However, I must say that your excuse for mixing the breeds you have must rest in what your intellect deems to be a "catchy" name for your "made up" breed.
Since you clearly state that this is an intentional breeding, perhaps you could have put more thought into the "breed name" than you obviously did into the breeding pair. Very unfortunate. I somehow envision a Chia "pet" pooing on the windowsill.
One more time for those who fail to catch one simple concept, no member of this forum dislikes mixed breeds, mutts, heinz 57s whatever you wish to call them. It is the individuals who decide to throw together 2 dogs with no understanding of the genetics involved much less the health issues of concern and delude themselves into saying they are meeting a "need". The only "need" they are meeting is in filling their bank account.
You may luck out with healthy, even tempered pups. Then again you may end up with the worst of each of these mixes genetic issues. Rather, anyone who purchases one of the pups potentially faces dealing with the genetic problems that may arise.
So, do the happy dance, pat yourself on the back and celebrate the fact that your dogs know how to put tab a into slot b and give mom some cash in the bank.
"Some days you're the dog; some days you're the hydrant". author unknown