Is this possible? Miracle puppies...

Discussion in 'The Breeding Ground' started by rottiegirl, Jan 16, 2006.

  1. Dixie

    Dixie The ***** idiot

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    no way is the breeding possible - the pup would grow and eventually crush the mothers internal organs thus causing organ failure. The mother nor the pup would survive.

    And ijuts like this need to have their animals taken away or at least have them spayed/nuetered so that this does not happen again. If this is true then they took a HUGE risk on the health of the mother and her pups.

    This is why they say that when breeding the mother should be similar in size to the father.

    Kinda like breeding an elephant to a mouse if you know what I mean.
     
  2. Cassiepeia

    Cassiepeia Chihuahua Mum

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    Aside from the mother not being big enough to carry the pup/s from a father that much bigger than her, (and I don't want to be crude but I have to say it) the actual mating (assuming it was "natural") would be a big problem (if you get my meaning). A two pound Chi is TINY and the 'equipment' for a 150 mastiff is significantly bigger and longer than the Chi could take.

    It would have to be artificial insemination (which I doubt since the pups are free and it'd be to expensive to not ask for anything back) or a load of crap (which is what I think it is).

    Cass.
     
  3. Dixie

    Dixie The ***** idiot

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    Yup a penis of a 150 pound male into a 2 pound female would cause internal injuries and may even do enough damage to cause the mother to no longer carry pups or to even get pregnant.

    And I think this is definitely a load of BS. Perhaps we should take this to Snopes.com and see what they think.

    -Dixie
     
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    I see the dachshund in the legs, how they bow out. that is a doxie trait. it had to be a standard. that would be possible.
     

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