Spay/Neuter ALL the time?

Discussion in 'The Breeding Ground' started by LizzieCollie, Jul 26, 2006.

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  1. lakotasong

    lakotasong Sled Dog Guardian

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    Because some people refuse to admit that their mistakes were wrong and continue to make them. Some people refuse to learn.
     
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    and what about the people here who do know the breed and still don't agree with you or what you're doing?
     
  3. tessa_s212

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    Mistakes can only be forgiven and forgotten when someone has admitted that mistake and learned from it. If they continue to make the same stupid mistakes, refuse to admit that mistake, and refuse to learn from that mistake, they are not worthy of being forgived, nor their mistake forgotten.
     
  4. If there were more rules, you would be subject to them as well.

    apparently it's impossible for you to debate any subject without jumping immediately to defensive posturing and name calling. It would seem like that chip on your shoulder would get really heavy after a while.

    It's a shame, really, because there are a number of experienced people who have commented intelligently on this thread about the relationship between spaying and neutering and working drive in dogs.

    When you breed, you open yourself up to comments from others about such breedings. Your attitude about such comments, and your response to them, has formed the viewpoint that responsible breeders hold of you.

    Accidents can happen, altho my thoughts on that subject re: your litter are well known. It's what people do AFTER the accident that tells the real tale about what they are made of.

    Whether you go or whether you stay, I hope you will get the hip elbow eye and heart testing that should be done on your bitch.
     
  5. crazy_paws

    crazy_paws No thumbs = No mutiny

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    LizzieCollie,

    From my experiences, spaying and neutering is necessary for companion, non-showing dogs. As well as the other benefits listed, it helps with false pregnancy as in the case of my chi.
     
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