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I have a Lab female of 10 months when can i do her meeting with the dog?

i have a lab female of 10 months when can i do her meeting with the dog
By rohan · 09 Mar 2010 4:04 pm

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By Shalin · 09 Mar 2010 9:21 pm
not advisable before 1 nd 1/2 years or after first heat cycle.
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 09 Mar 2010 10:16 pm
after first heat?? who suggested you that Shalin.
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By Shalin · 09 Mar 2010 10:34 pm
read in a book! y,is there a problem?
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By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 09 Mar 2010 11:14 pm
mating at first heat means between 6-9 months. Simply as child marriage of a female aged 12 years. sounds like a problem to me
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By Dinkar Singh · 10 Mar 2010 5:48 pm
One should mate a female only after it is 18months old if not 2 yrs old. The problem is that the female is still a pup at 1 yr also and mating her is not right, plus she is still growing. That is why people are against child marriage as the person is still a child and then you are in a way forcing her to have children when she herself is a child.
I hope u can understand what i am saying. let her mature properly and then let her have pups, if you really thing she is of very good quality and find her a very good male too. Otherwise selling her pups or getting the pups good homes can also be a problem.
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By Shalin · 10 Mar 2010 8:05 pm
thats why i told after first heat!!
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By Pitbull · 11 Mar 2010 2:02 am
meeting ?? why you want to get her to Coffee day or Barista.. and have a date with the ROT male ?? pal its MATING FOR DOGS SAKEE!! x-(
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By Neetika Khoda · 11 Mar 2010 10:57 pm
@Rohan,
If yours is not a champion dog, I'd suggest not to go ahead with mating. Mating should only be done for the betterment of the breed, and if you don't have a champion dog it is better not to mate her. There already are so many unwanted breed dogs languishing in animal shelters.
If you are a responsible, loving pet owner, you'll not like not having a control over the puppies when they go to their respective houses and not every one treats their dogs with love, and it may become traumatic for you.
And then there are several medical complications which a vet is more qualified to talk about.
I'd say, think about it long and hard before you go through with it.
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