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Old 12-04-2008, 04:30 PM
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I wish you all the best. I hope you will keep us posted. I searched the internet and came across this website with a list of items. I hope this helps.

http://www.essortment.com/all/dogspregnancyw_rznj.htm

I'd also suggest in the future if you are against spaying and neutering that you invest in seperate kennels or crates. This will keep your pups apart and you won't have any unplanned pregnancies.
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Old 12-04-2008, 05:38 PM
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I was going to give a long answer to this thread, but decided against it.
Personally I find this extremely irresponsible and irritating.

AS suggested if you had no intention of breeding you WOULD have neutered / speyed.
IMHO saying youre scared is complete twaddle and a total cop out.

I am not even going to read this thread again I find it highly aggrivating to be honest.
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Old 12-04-2008, 05:51 PM
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If you had no intensions of spaying, neutering, or breeding, you should have gotten two dogs of the same sex.
This is just plain irresponsible. I'm not adding anything to this thread from here on either. I hope your female will be ok. Rochelle.
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Old 12-04-2008, 09:38 PM
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I agree with the last 2 posts. I just feel like tossing my 2 cents in. ;D

I find this to be irresponsible pet ownership. Saying that it's like finding out your teen just got pregnant and you didn't expect it.. what the heck is that all about? Knowing that you refused to get your pets spayed/neutered because you are "scared"... did you assume that they would behave and not fool around? This is an instinctual behavior of animals and you let it happen regardless if you tried to keep them apart. I hope and pray your Chi remains healthy through out the pregnancy and doesn't run into any complications.

I hope you find as much information and all the help you need.. and I also hope you learn from this experience.

Good luck.
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honey im scared about spaying and netuering as well, but honestly sweetie IF you are going to have a chi of each sex, you must, must have one or both fixed. This breeding should not have happened, but now that it has the right thing now to do is contact your vet do WHATEVER he/she says to do. Find some links and or ask your vet for info on chi pregnancies and whelping. Just keep a close eye on your girl KEEP her away from your male till one or both are spayed and or netuerd. Make sure she gets the right food and care and spoil and love the crap out of her, she is going to need it. I hope all goes well for you. Keep us posted

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Just to let you know, if she ends up needing a c-section you can have her spayed at the same time, it won't make the surgery any longer.
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I am sorry this has happened but spaying and neutering can be scary but it can also be much healthier for both male and female dogs in the long run. You also need to be prepared to possibly lose your female due to birth issues also scary if you ask me. If I were you I would definately do some more research on spaying and neutering and decide from that research as well as searching here for past post on spaying and neutering. There are many members here with very small Chis and they have come out of the surgeries fine My Yoshi was 3 lbs when he was neutered and My Chibi is only 2lbs 8oz and he will be neutered very soon. Please rethink this decision. If you speak with your vet I am sure they will reassure you that this is not that scary of a procedure (sp?). To me it would be scarier to allow my female to have puppies as they have just as much of a chance to die giving birth than they do being spayed or neutered

What's done is done and I wish you much luck but please take all this in as a learning experience
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