We had a female Cocker Spaniel a fews years back and after she was 2 we breed her and had a litter that we sold. It was so hard for us to say no to our small kids abt keeping 1. Then 2 years later we breed her again and sold all but 1 male. We kept this little guy for the kids, but also as a companion for his Mother. They got along so well, we called him Shadow because he followed her where ever she went. They both lived to be 15 yrs old. We now have a Cockerpoo, which we were going to breed, but due to so many stray unwanted dogs we have decided against it. We really wanted to give her a companion bec. the older dogs will not play w/her and she cries for them to play, and they just won't. I said, if we really get desperate, maybe we'll someday buy another dog instead. For now we'll just love the little Sweetie we have.
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I am so happy to see that you are not going to breed her. Shelters are so full of adult dogs & cats that need to find a forever home. Thank you so much for giving another dog a chance to live ((( Big Hug )))
For every heat cycle a female has,the higher % she has of getting breast cancer and cancer of her uterus. A lot of people don't know that animals can get the same type of cancer human get ( for example breast cancer)
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