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Re: Do I Spray Chloe Female?

Posted by valene on December 29, 2006, at 9:16:50

In reply to Do I Spray Chloe Female?, posted by Phillipa on December 28, 2006, at 22:03:05

YES, Jan spay her! I have 3 cavalier king charles spaniels, one being a girl and I couldn't spay her at first because she is show quality and the breeder wanted her to have one litter and she would get first pick of pup - well I didn't want to breed her but had to go through one heat and then the breeder got cancer and told me to go ahead and spay her, but did you realize that even going through one heat increases the likelihood of the dog getting breast cancer? It does! Thankfully my girl is now 8 going on 9 and very healthy but please, go ahead and spay her. You can easily control how much she eats. My little dogs get a measured cup a day of food plus a treat here and there and are not fat.
Love, Val

> This am I thought Chloe was going through her first heat a little blood on the carpet. Then we noticed some feces with it so to the Vet. She has a bacterial infection and on Cipro now which she promptly vomited when the Vet gave her the first pill. And chicken and rice for three days. So my question is how bad is it when a pup goes through heat? No plans to breed. But I don't want her to get fat like Teddy. And I never spayed or neurtered my male Brandy years ago and he lived to be l7 with no cancers. So I have no experience with females. Any advise? Thanks Phillipa




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