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Maddie (diablo's grand-dam) just joined us here from razor's edge. She's retired from breeding and is now currently enjoying her time off getting massages, being groomed, watching the daily news on tv, taking walks around the garden, and keeping me company while I work :D

here's some shots of her settling in:



 

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she was born nov 6 '99
her boobs are still shrinking back from her last litter. she had an extended nursing period because she had to foster 2 other pups who's mom was sick.
 

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What a doll! And what a sweetie she is to nurse another mom's pups. I've had 4 mama dogs as fosters, and only one of them had the temperment to keep on mothering after hers were through (I put it in another post, but Cassie lets the new pup suckle on her even though she has no milk left).

And now I can see how big Diablo is, when you look at him with the other dogs. WOW!
 

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augrad said:
What a doll! And what a sweetie she is to nurse another mom's pups. I've had 4 mama dogs as fosters, and only one of them had the temperment to keep on mothering after hers were through (I put it in another post, but Cassie lets the new pup suckle on her even though she has no milk left).

And now I can see how big Diablo is, when you look at him with the other dogs. WOW!
Hehe it was almost the same when I got Diablo and had Sarah with me here. She had her first heat before being spayed so she had some nipple action going on (no milk at all tho). When diablo came in as a pup he would try to feed off her sometimes lol it was so cute and funny, but she never complained once! She would lay there, make the occasional bully sound and just be content :lol: He'd figure it out and then go to his food bowl after.
 

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ALPHAMALE said:
5 litters? :shock: holy cow ! dose this seem like a lot to others cause i think so !

she's almost 7, has had less than 1 litter a yr. Sorry, that's not bad at all. :roll: :roll:


I'm sorry ALPHAMALE, I have to quote this again. First of all, it has been proven to be obvious that you have very little knowledge of breeding, so why are you trying to start a bandwagon of people in here thinking that she's been overbread? Don't make these statements if you don't know what you are talking about. 2nd of all, Calvin has been breeding bulldogs for 20 years now, he knows what he is doing and is the best breeder in Canada, and one of the best breeders around to be honest.

The fact that you have no knowledge of breeding, coupled with the fact that Calvin has an extremely high amount of knowledge and has proven himself many times, goes to show what sort of person you are to go making accusations like this.

You need to tone it down a notch ALPHAMALE. Not just because of this post of yours, but from your recent statements you've made as well about your plans, etc. Think rationally before posting and also before making big decisions.
 

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This is Calvin from RE Hello To all; I just wanted to add a bit of info. on Maddies five litters she has had. The first two were 7-8 pups her third was 5 pups and her last two was 2 pups in each litter.
Cheers Calvin
 

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i'll be the first to say i know nothing about breeding, but making a dog have 5 litters seems really cruel to me. people are entitled to their own opinions about this stuff, and should be able to voice it. sometimes having too much knowledge, or thinking you have too much knowledge can really hurt you. sometimes you need to step back and look at this from another perspective. just human nature should tell you that breeding a dog 5 times is just hard on them. not to mention all of the 1000's of homeless dogs that need help out there!! just bringing more dogs into this world makes this problem grow every day!!!
 

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i'll be the first to say i know nothing about breeding, but making a dog have 5 litters seems really cruel to me. people are entitled to their own opinions about this stuff, and should be able to voice it. sometimes having too much knowledge, or thinking you have too much knowledge can really hurt you. sometimes you need to step back and look at this from another perspective. just human nature should tell you that breeding a dog 5 times is just hard on them. not to mention all of the 1000's of homeless dogs that need help out there!! just bringing more dogs into this world makes this problem grow every day!!!

If you know nothing of breeding, then why are you commenting here? Did you read the post above? She had small litters.

And then you are comparing human breeding to dog breeding? Wow

Razor's Edge is a professional breeder of American Bulldogs for 20 Years now!!
And you are saying that breeding is unnesesary because there are dogs all over who need to be rescued? The reason the pounds have so many dogs is because of backyard breeders. Not ONE of Calvin's (razor's edge) dogs have EVER ended up in a pound or kennel!!! EVER! They all go to good families or good working homes. Calvin takes pride in the quality of bulldog he produces and he always makes sure that the dog is a good fit, or he takes them back and find the proper home for them.

I swear sometimes this forum amazes me at how ignorant people are. :shock: :shock:
 
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