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Aziah

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    NSW

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  1. ...and can you change the heading of your thread as there's nothing misleading about anything just simple misunderstanding which I still don't believe is clear to you. Poor breeder, I'm sure they'd be thrilled to have such unwarranted negative information posted on a public forum.
  2. In addition, many breeders don't register their litters until 8 weeks of age and it can then be 10 working days or more for Dogs NSW to process that registration so your comment regarding the long period between your pup being determined and actual registration is very simply explained. I guess you have to expect that people will defend a breeder who has done nothing at all wrong when your posts come across as rather displeased with a situation that is perfectly normal.
  3. At a guess I would say the majority of pet puppies sold in NSW remain registered with Dogs NSW in the breeders name as most owners don't bother changing that once they have the microchip ownership changed. No big deal at all...
  4. 2 out of 3 of the bitches I have bred to frozen have been maidens. #1 - 3 years old, 7 pups #2 - 4 years old, 4 pups I prefer to put my maidens to frozen and many repros will tell you hat they prefer them too.
  5. http://www.heraldsun.com.au/leader/south-east/oscars-law-demands-action-on-dogs-chained-at-blind-bight-property/news-story/160abf0bf118b3f00d411ad371d81e11 ETA: mmmm hope its ok the post this link Thanks!
  6. Can someone link the story please
  7. Amber Isn't Well

    Great to see common sense prevail and you need to stay positive and not allow all those negative thoughts to keep coming up. She will be fine. I hope you aren't implying that my common sense was lacking! I was going on vet advice. I think it was the repro vets at Monash that insisted she be desexed. Plus my vets sort advice from some American vet forum. It really was not an easy decision for them to make. Oh dear do you always take everything so personally? You had already posted several times it was a specialist vet who d isn't want her spayed so of course the common sense comment was directed at those who eventually made the decision she should be!
  8. Amber Isn't Well

    Great to see common sense prevail and you need to stay positive and not allow all those negative thoughts to keep coming up. She will be fine.
  9. Amber Isn't Well

    It is the specialist who said not to spey her unless it was an emergency. Yes and I'd be speaking with them again and asking if they are truly happy with that decision should she end up with a reoccurence and pyo and having to go under then - I wouldn't be. It was after an infection that the convo was had. Not sure you fully understand the situation. I might not but I am speaking from experience.
  10. Amber Isn't Well

    It is the specialist who said not to spey her unless it was an emergency. Yes and I'd be speaking with them again and asking if they are truly happy with that decision should she end up with a reoccurence and pyo and having to go under then - I wouldn't be.
  11. Ess Trouble At Boarding House

    I guess you should also be looking into what you personally can offer the dog rather than trying to find a kennel or another individual to do the work for you. Sort of defeats the purpose of having said dog if you can't give it the time it needs.
  12. Amber Isn't Well

    The biggest issue now that she has presented with this is that the likely hood of it happening again is quite high. You might not be so lucky next time... I'd defintely be considering speaking to her specialist about speying when she is well again as having to go in to spey when it's an emergency in an already compromised dog is quite a scary option!
  13. 600+ Corgis On A Beach

    Next time I'm in town I'll let you know :)
  14. I wouldn't be having her done at 6 months - wait at least until she's 9 months or more.
  15. Is My Puppy Too Small?

    If she is a healthy weight for her size then there is little you can do if she is on the smaller size of the breed standard.
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