Does my dog need Viagra???

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  1. AFO

    AFO New Member

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    Well, I have two chihuahuas and they are 2 years old (male) and 1 year old(female). She's been on heat for a week and nothing has happened if you know what I mean :p Is there something wrong with my dogs? Do I need to help them? Is this normal? Could it be that they do it when no one is looking? :confused:


    I need some help here people. Time is of the essence
     
  2. Renee750il

    Renee750il Felurian

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    Have you had both dogs thoroughly tested by a vet to make certain they have no genetically transmitted physical problems or diseases and are in top health? How about temperament? Are they top specimens worthy of breeding that will better the breed? It's also very important with Chihuahuas to make sure the female can actually support a pregnancy and carry pups to term. If you haven't done these things you're very lucky they haven't done the deed yet.
     
  3. CreatureTeacher

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    Take them both to the vet and get their reproductive systems checked out. One or the other of them may sense a genetic or structural flaw in the other that nixes them as a healthy mate. It's also possible that the female has done something to demonstrate her dislike of the male, but I have trouble believing he'd listen without a major, blood-splashing explanation from your girl.

    I know this is going to sound odd, but if there's nothing physically wrong with your male he may be gay. I promise I'm not making it up or making a joke. I wouldn't believe such a thing was possible if I hadn't spent the last 15 years in almost constant close contact with dogs. I have probably known around 500 dogs, we can assume that a little less than 50% of them were male, and of those there were probably 80 to 100 unneutered guys. Of those, I personally witnessed 3 that ignored females completely, even when the girls in heat pressed their rears right up against them. Not interested. (Did you know the record-setting race horse Secretariat was gay? No joke.) But those same dogs would mount males and enjoy themselves in that manner if the other male would allow it. Might not be the case here, but you should know there is such a thing as a homosexual animal.
     
  4. 2pups622

    2pups622 Soon to Be 4 Pups!!

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    yep i agree :D
     
  5. AFO

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    Woah!! Gay!!! :p I guess there's nothing wrong with that, but **** my luck :p . I'll take them to a vet and find out they are fine, however we take them to the vet each year to make sure they are OK and nothing has come up positive yet. So there's nothing else I can do? A friend told me that if I stroke his back it will help him get exited and then I guide him towards her but that sounds like rape in a way :p. What do you guys think?
     
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    I'm afraid I spend a good deal of my professional career teaching dogs not to mount each other and advising owners to spay and neuter. So I have probably been as much help as I can. I'll ask Love4Pits to come give advise.
     
  7. AFO

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    CreatureTeacher, I understand what you are saying. I don't like to see so many stray dogs out on the streets but my dogs are worthy of breeding to better the breed, so we can always enjoy chihuahuas. They are AKC and UKC certified and the female comes from a champion bloodline besides of being a long hair blue coat which makes her more rare and expensive. I'll be wrong not to breed them. I can't nueter them.
     
  8. Love4Pits

    Love4Pits Playful Husky Pup

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    First off a 1 year old female is far to young to breed in the first place. You will have far more problems when it comes time for her to have her pups you may lose her along with the pups (not smart). I breed Huskies and Chins they however are not bred if they do not pass health tests many health tests which costs alot of money. If the dogs are not perfect they are not bred no way no how their spayed or neutered right on the spot
    ""CreatureTeacher, I understand what you are saying. I don't like to see so many stray dogs out on the streets but my dogs are worthy of breeding to better the breed, so we can always enjoy chihuahuas. They are AKC and UKC certified and the female comes from a champion bloodline besides of being a long hair blue coat which makes her more rare and expensive. I'll be wrong not to breed them. I can't nueter them.""
    Im not hearing anything about her having exceptional health other then she's pretty and thats about it. Trust me I have quite a few dogs here i would love to breed for sheer beauty but their not PERFECT and so I will not breed them.

    Im assuming their show dogs thats why they can't be neutered right? Still that doesent mean they should be bred.

    Other then that im going with what everyone else above has said.

    Also I breed my dogs for working purposes I am a dog musher and I am bettering the breed because like I have said before i only breed perfect dogs.

    I think you should take this as a sign maybe they just should'nt be bred. Both dogs are fairly young and its just not smart.

    Please Please Please read my reply to this girls post.
    http://www.chazhound.com/forums/showthread.php?t=3781
     
  9. bubbatd

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    I ditto all of the above....especially that the female is too young. But FYI her cycle may be that she hasn't reached the point at which to breed....males know this.
     
  10. Gustav

    Gustav Don't encourage me..

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    Maybe she's not his type!! :D Sorry!! Ditto to what everyone else has said!!
     
  11. maui

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    My dog is totally Gay.

    He is thin, neat, cute, and he is extremely dramatic. If you have ever seen the film The Bridcage, he acts like he needs his "Pirin" at all times. I am not joking.

    We suspected this gayness when he rearranged his rawhides in his room and put himself on a diet. But, when we saw him throw himself on the ground holding his paws in the air while jealous of his parents petting another dog, we were certain then!

    He does mount the boys and not the girls. He covets older dogs, especially the divas in his play groups. He's more than happy to take his baths, stand for foot wiping, get his nails trimmed, and the brush? My goodness, you would think he was in grooming heaven.

    I know that all sounds very silly, but it's all true! His homosexuality is quite loveable!!

    -Maui
     
  12. Renee750il

    Renee750il Felurian

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    ROFLMAO! What a character . . .
     
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    LOL!

    I would be suspicious of my cats if they weren't fixed. They snuggle a LOT. Which is weird. But they're weird cats. :rolleyes:
     
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    Hi Renee! The boy is quite a character. Never met a more expressive dog. We always say to ourselves, "We hit the dog jackpot this time... what's going to happen with the next dog? Are we doomed?"

    Snuggling cats Emma? They must love their mommy. :)

    Maui
     
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    I third that :)
     
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    sharpeilover Dogs rule humans drool

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    y r u breeding. Dont u think that their is enough dogs in rescue kennels already.

    Also do u have planned homes for the dogs b4 actual breeding, so u know that they will get caring homes, i think its luvforpitts that breeds dogs and she already ensures homes for them first.

    to me u dont seem to b fully knowledge about it, so i would either not breed at all and give rescue dogs a chance or research a bit more on the subject.
     
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    LOL Maui! I grew up with a Lhasa named Toby (never neutered) who had a loving affair with a stray cat (never knew who's cat it was) but she would wait by the door until Toby came out and well .... what a site. He was really a weird dog. :cool:
     
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    My dog acts gay but loves to hump any other dog as long their nice. hehehe The only time his afraid of other dogs is if they approach to him very friendly so I guess he feels intimidated.
     
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    All you guys are too obssesed with perfection..like any of you are perfect anyway!!! I breed them because I like the chihuahua breed not because I want a perfect chihuahua....Yes I have several homes lined up for the new pups and they are all good families that I've know for years....yes they are in good health...no I WONT nueter them....you wanna cut someone's balls off? start with yours!!!!!
     

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