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Old 07-25-2014, 06:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i have a random question my Ares and my gf 1 year old yorkie was playing and i was thinking, they both not fixed. so will they eventually naturally try to mate or should i have my gf dog neutered? eventually i want my ares to have a litter but only by another German Shepard
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Your gf's Yorkie will need a step ladder, I would not worry too much. Title your GSD and have championship written all over her, then think about puppies....Once you've spent another $8000 then your dog will be worthy, imo...

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stranger things have happened....keep them apart when she is in heat and yes - have the yorkie neutered....and do alot of research here and other places before you consider breeding at all.

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Actually, a bitch in heat will lay down for a male to breed her if necessary. Keep them apart when she is in heat, or get her spayed.
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they will try to breed yes
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I've seen strange mixes like Rottweiler Corgi and beagle German shepherd so never say never.
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