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post #1 of 30 (permalink) Old 02-17-2011, 06:36 PM Thread Starter
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There Is No Such Thing As An Ooops Ltter

Today at work, Coworker A comes up to me laughing and says "did Coworker B tell you what happened with her [bitch] Sparkette this morning?"

Me: Ummm, no.

A: Hehehe, B looked outside this morning and a dog was humping Sparkette.

Me: Ummm, THAT'S not good! If a dog was humping her, then it probably means she's coming into heat. Why the **** was she outside unsupervised?!

A: No, no...she's not coming into heat. Sparkette is IN heat. She ONLY left her outside for a few minutes on the tieout....she can't be out there with her...the snow is deep.

Me: WHAT?!

A: B said it was a really handsome yellow lab--if she gets pregnant, those are going to be the CUTEST puppies! Eee!



Now, while I do not think my coworker was PURPOSLY leaving her outside unattended to get her pregnant, B and her live-in have tried to have puppies with Sparkette twice, and neither time she took (no health certs, no titles, no training--in fact this dog sounds like a compelte and holy terror) and they've been quite disappointed.

I have no doubt in my mind they would be ELATED if she just HAPPENED to get pregnant.

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Shocking,lol Well hopefully it doesn't take again
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Wow. Yet another mixed breed litter of puppies. (and I DONT have anything against mixed breeds) A lady with the rescue I help with told me that labs account for the highest percentage of mixed breed puppies born every year, and unfortunately are some of the hardest to place.

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post #6 of 30 (permalink) Old 02-17-2011, 07:23 PM
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Yeah, I look at the humane society page and 90% are lab mixes. Everyone wants the lab personality but also wants to be different, so they mix the breeds. It's sad really because nothing guarantees that the pup will have a lab personality and then you're left with who knows what. I have seen a gorgeous lab/shepherd mix. It was a lab with the saddleback coloring of a shepherd...really cool.
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Also, why isn't their dog spayed? If they aren't planning on breeding, and it doesn't sound like she is up to breed standards anyways. Isn't it quite the hassle to deal with a female in heat, and I'm not talking about keeping males away, I'm talking about the mess every 6 months.
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I once got a call when I was a shelter volunteer................woman's two dogs were stuck together. She didn't think they would "do that" because, after all, they were brother and sister. People are so dumb sometimes.

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I got a call once from some lady with a male who was "antsy" all the time, and could she bring him over to "relieve himself" with one of my bitches?

Um...I don't think so.

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