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Old 07-28-2006, 01:37 AM
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I must say it didn't surprise me one bit at all. All I do when one of the threads I my turns into that is just stop posting in it and never go back to it. It works for me. I've been dissapointed with alot of members on here for a long time now. I'm sorry that people arn't mature enough to keep their heads on straight.
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Old 07-28-2006, 01:52 AM
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Lizzie... I finally read through.... I really don't know what leaving it open would have done , except another dog fight . I think the Mod felt you had your answer . Since it's one of my Mod forums, please feel free to PM me with any other questions. I had altered and intact dogs for over 50 years. There are pros and cons and it does depend on the breed. Don't be disappointed in Chaz.... feel disappointment in the insensitive posters.
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Old 07-28-2006, 05:43 AM
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I read through most of the thread. It got very, very repetitive and spiteful towards the end... but I think sometimes people bottle up their feelings, and they happen to come out on threads like that. I feel like a few members who were genuinely trying to be encouraging at first, felt kind of belittled by being called out as completely wrong. =/ I don't really *expect* a lot of really passionate people to be completely positive & mild at all times, especially with an issue as important as speutering.

Please do not let that arguement towards the end discount ALL of the good information you recieved! There was a lot of positive, informative replies! Don't feel cheated by the last few pages, you did got tons of good info. I think we were all in complete agreement that it is MUCH better for a healthy young dog, who is not show or working quality, to be altered... that's what I got from the responses.

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Old 07-28-2006, 11:28 AM
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Now dont get me wrong, im not disappointed in all of you, just the ones who decided to use my thread to fight and squabble like toddlers. :-/

Well I got some VERY helpful information and would like to thank those who helped. I spoke to her breeder and using the information here we have agreed that she will be spayed after her 18th month (second heat) so she has time to mature and grow properly. I know some people say that before the first heat is ideal, but because of her breed we will hold it off a bit longer.
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