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PostPosted: Thu May 02, 2013 10:51 pm 
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Our neighbors got the cutest 8 week old bluenosed pit. I gently mentioned that there were lots of good places for low cost spaying, so let me know if they needed any resources, because it was so important for their dog's health. And they looked at me and said "Oh no, we bought her to breed her."

Our other neighbor down the street a few blocks already breeds bluenosed pits (backyard breeder) and we have this ongoing debate. He thinks its okay because he loves his dogs. And I asked about all the dogs in shelters and he said "well, I would never trust a shelter dog. They're just garbage." And then I stopped speaking to him.

Our town and several around us have dogfighting problems, so I worry about where these pups could end up.

Sometimes I get so frustrated by the fact that we're raising money to vet these dogs and networking them to save them, and so many of them just get euthanized in shelters, but nothing in our society informs or disincentivizes people from backyard breeding. The fact that every breed association and kennel club makes sure that you can't charge an extra license fee for an intact animal just shows you where their interests lie (the difference in our town is $5 and legally it cannot be more than a few dollars difference). Grrrr arggggh.

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Ugh, Tlish, how annoying. And how sad for the puppy.


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Tofulish, we meet a lot of people like that through the shelter, unfortunately (including one recent teenage kid who wouldn't spay his pit because "I'm gonna breed her and make a lot of money".) Fortunately, sometimes people DO change their minds after we talk to them. This is usually what we bring up:

The # of animals killed in shelters every year simply because there aren't enough homes for them. This goes double for pit bulls, because they are so difficult to adopt out and there are SO many of them (of all kinds: blue nose, red nose, etc.). We tell people to go to any kill shelter and see how many pit bulls are sitting in cages on death row.

The fact that most dogs do not spend their entire lives in one home. So even if the people think they have found "good homes" for all the puppies, it is likely that some of the puppies will be given away or surrendered to a shelter. This means that they could be put to sleep in shelters, or sold and end up being abused or used for dogfighting. Plus if the people who buy the puppies also decide to breed their dogs, the cycle of overpopulation continues.

There are so many things that can go wrong with breeding dogs. Pregnant females need checkups and care just like pregnant humans. Sometimes a labor can go wrong and the mother will have to be rushed to an emergency vet. Sometimes puppies die. Sometimes the mother dies. Sometimes the mother can't produce milk and all of the puppies have to be bottle fed, round the clock. Puppies should be vet checked, dewormed several times, and have their first vaccines by 8 weeks old. This is NOT cheap when you have several puppies!

Once puppies start crawling around, they WILL get out of their bed and destroy your house. We have had mothers with litters of nursing puppies surrendered to the shelter for just this reason.

When their female dog is in heat, every intact male dog in the neighbourhood is going to try to get to her. Even if they are keeping her in a fenced yard, a male dog of any breed could dig under/jump over and breed her.

Intact females are at risk for mammary cancer and pyometra (infected uterus). Both can be deadly.

The hardest part is not sounding angry or judgemental. I really want to throttle people sometimes, and it is so hard to stay calm!


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I do generally stay very calm and explain that its really about the health of the dog (an unneutered male has a 1 in 4 chance of developing prostate disease) and that a fixed dog is a lot better a pet etc. The information about puppies is new, and I'll add it to my spiel. I can't imagine anyone surrendering a nursing mother and pups to a shelter. That gives me a massive sad.

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 Post subject: Re: Can we have a "The Yard randomness thread"?
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Oh yeah, it has happened several times. Happens a lot to the pit bull rescues around here too. Once a woman brought us a golden with 4 week old puppies. She had them in her house until the pups started climbing out of the box and pooping everywhere and chewing on things. She wanted the mother back when the pups were done nursing. We told her we could get the mom spayed for a low cost, and the woman said no, she wanted to breed her (this one was an accidental litter). We reminded her of how she couldn't deal with puppies in her house, and she said "Well, I'll keep them on the porch. Besides, they'll be purebred next time." And then said that she was going to show her dog and get a championship, and then the puppies would be worth more. This was a dog that was purchased from a pet shop and barely looked like a golden retriever herself. We gave the woman a lot of printed out information to read, and she finally agreed to have the dog spayed. But it was so frustrating how she obviously thought that dumping the whole litter on us was an easy solution.


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My dad just went into the cellar through the bulkhead, and then came back out of the house through the back door. I thought poor Tegan's tiny head was going to explode. She ran to the bulkhead after he went down, and was staring at it, like "oh my god, he just walked into the ground!!! Did you see that??" And then when my dad reappeared at the back door, she was so confused! I'm pretty sure she thought it was magic.


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My dad just went into the cellar through the bulkhead, and then came back out of the house through the back door. I thought poor Tegan's tiny head was going to explode. She ran to the bulkhead after he went down, and was staring at it, like "oh my god, he just walked into the ground!!! Did you see that??" And then when my dad reappeared at the back door, she was so confused! I'm pretty sure she thought it was magic.

I love stuff like this!

My younger cat was looking at the TV the other day, fascinating by the things moving on screen, and then I saw him back up to look beyond the screen, behind it, to see if he could find where those tiny little magical people playing hockey were coming from.

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 Post subject: Re: Can we have a "The Yard randomness thread"?
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Tegan was out in the yard this morning, and I saw her wagging her tail like she was really excited and sniffing at something on the ground. At first I thought it was a leaf, but my dog isn't quite that weird! I went out and it was a robin! The bird was just sitting there and Tegan was sniffing his back. Then he suddenly started to fly, but he could only get a foot or so off the ground. Tegan thought this was really fun! The bird flew in circles around the yard with Tegan chasing him. Finally he landed in a corner and looked exhausted. I went over and looked at him and he didn't look hurt or anything. He didn't have any baby fluff on him, but maybe he was a fledgeling that hadn't quite got the hang of flying yet. I could hear another bird frantically chirping from a tree, like she was calling the one on the ground. I was going to move the bird to a safe spot outside of the fence, so I brought Tegan inside and got a box, but when I went back out, the bird was gone. I let Tegan out again, and she immediately ran over to where the bird had been, and when he wasn't there, she ran around with her nose to the ground trying to find him. She was very disappointed that her new friend had left!


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 Post subject: Re: Can we have a "The Yard randomness thread"?
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That's so sweet. Tegan is a gentle one.

Lexi is being a muppet. She is doing her best to dismantle a teddy today.

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 Post subject: Re: Can we have a "The Yard randomness thread"?
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Oh yeah, it has happened several times. Happens a lot to the pit bull rescues around here too. Once a woman brought us a golden with 4 week old puppies. She had them in her house until the pups started climbing out of the box and pooping everywhere and chewing on things. She wanted the mother back when the pups were done nursing. We told her we could get the mom spayed for a low cost, and the woman said no, she wanted to breed her (this one was an accidental litter). We reminded her of how she couldn't deal with puppies in her house, and she said "Well, I'll keep them on the porch. Besides, they'll be purebred next time." And then said that she was going to show her dog and get a championship, and then the puppies would be worth more. This was a dog that was purchased from a pet shop and barely looked like a golden retriever herself. We gave the woman a lot of printed out information to read, and she finally agreed to have the dog spayed. But it was so frustrating how she obviously thought that dumping the whole litter on us was an easy solution.



BLARGGGHHHH!!!!!!! you deserve a freakin medal of honor for dealing like jackasses like this.
i dont even think my brain would compute what was coming out of their mouth if i was in your spot.

backyard breeders make me want to stab my eyes out.

there should be some sort of laws in place where people need to like pay for a license to breed their dog or something.
anything to at least make them think about it before hand. might stop some people. not sure how they would enforce that but it might be better than nothing.

BBLLLLARRRRRGHHHHH!!!!

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Urgent: Cat just brought in a live mouse from the garden and released into the flat. What should I do? I have two cats to try and keep away from it while I get it back outside and can't find it!

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Okay, I've got the cats out into the garden and have set up a pint glass on the floor with some bread in it to try and entice the mouse in so I can pop a lid on it and take it out of the flat, but the mouse hasn't come out of where I'm 99% sure it's hiding. Any suggestions for food items that may be more enticing than some bits of bread in this improvised mouse catcher?

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 Post subject: Re: Can we have a "The Yard randomness thread"?
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Neighbor cat keeps coming up to our back window at night This upsets my elderly male cat who perches near there and prefers to believe that he is the only cat on earth. He starts freaking out and doing the low loud war meowing, bushy tail, etc. He's old and starting to get heart problems, so lately it sometimes also comes with asthmatic-sounding wheezing.

Usually the toddler's already asleep, and then I just worry that the skirmish will wake her up. (they've got plate glass between them, so neither cat would actually get hurt) But I'm afraid that sometime it will happen when she's awake and she'll walk over to see what's happening and end up getting attacked. I wish people would just keep their pets inside or under supervision!!!


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My giant sheltie slammed a door into my head yesterday. He is completely neurotic and gets really overly stimulated if you have to go back in the house after you have left for some reason. I get all ready for work and go outside, then I think oh no, did I unplug the hair iron? So I go back in to check, knowing he is going to lose his shiitake upon my re-entry. I was just trying to save his furry little life in case of hair iron fire! What I did not predict is that lately he has taken to basically hurling himself against whatever door he wants open. So, as I was trying to go in the door, in that way that you do when you have dogs, where you sort of open the door and slither in, he was hurling himself against it in excitement/anger/joy/whoknowswhat, and I couldn't see this, as I was on the outside of the door, and the door slammed into my face/sunglasses/eyesocket with the force of 45 lbs of airborne sheltie. I was briefly blinded by the pain. Luckily I was not permanently injured because explaining "my dog slammed a door into my eye" probably sounds like a suspicious cover story for domestic violence at the ER.


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Neighbor cat keeps coming up to our back window at night This upsets my elderly male cat who perches near there and prefers to believe that he is the only cat on earth. He starts freaking out and doing the low loud war meowing, bushy tail, etc. He's old and starting to get heart problems, so lately it sometimes also comes with asthmatic-sounding wheezing.

Usually the toddler's already asleep, and then I just worry that the skirmish will wake her up. (they've got plate glass between them, so neither cat would actually get hurt) But I'm afraid that sometime it will happen when she's awake and she'll walk over to see what's happening and end up getting attacked. I wish people would just keep their pets inside or under supervision!!!


Aren't certain herbs or spices supposed to deter cats? Cinnamon? Something else? Just thinking if there's anything you can put on the window to drive him away.

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I heard something clatter to the floor downstairs, and I just thought someone had dropped something. But then I heard it again and again, and I figured out that my dog had something and was tossing it around. So I went downstairs and found Tegan playing with a steak knife!!!! I checked her mouth and tongue and somehow she had no cuts. I swear she finds the things to do that are most likely to get her injured or sick. Now she is in her crate with a food stuffed toy, so I can have a break from worrying about her!


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Oh my gosh I am so in love with Tristan lately. He is just the cutest little snugglebug, he LIVES for snuggling! And the way he chirps and chats with me and follows me around where ever I go, and he's so psyched about life in general, ohhhh, my heart!

And Gershwin, despite being the world's biggest curmudgeon cat, has let me furminate him. He won't let me do it inside the apartment, but he's figured out how to barter - if I take him outside to the balcony so he can lay in the sun, I can furminate him without ANY hassle. Then the little monster even let me bathe him! He loves the bath and purrs like crazy and wades in the water.

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Bathing my dog is such a big production. I have to wait for a time when my dad is at work (which means I can only bathe her at night), because he has this thing about not bathing dogs in the bathtub. (I figure what he doesn't know won't hurt him!) Then I have to brush Tegan out, get her in the tub, rinse-shampoo-rinse-shampoo-rinse-conditioner-rinse, towel her off, get her bathrobe on, clean the entire bathroom so my dad won't know I bathed her, get the forced air dryer out of hiding and blow dry while brushing, brush again, clean ears, trim her hairy footsies... and then wash her bed, collar, and grooming tools. I don't really mind the work too much, but trying to get it all done at 10 at night is no fun. But I'm afraid she would be terrified and freak out if I sent her to a groomer.


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Bathing my dog is such a big production. I have to wait for a time when my dad is at work (which means I can only bathe her at night), because he has this thing about not bathing dogs in the bathtub. (I figure what he doesn't know won't hurt him!) Then I have to brush Tegan out, get her in the tub, rinse-shampoo-rinse-shampoo-rinse-conditioner-rinse, towel her off, get her bathrobe on, clean the entire bathroom so my dad won't know I bathed her, get the forced air dryer out of hiding and blow dry while brushing, brush again, clean ears, trim her hairy footsies... and then wash her bed, collar, and grooming tools. I don't really mind the work too much, but trying to get it all done at 10 at night is no fun. But I'm afraid she would be terrified and freak out if I sent her to a groomer.

Wow, that does sound like a huge pain...

There's a pet store near me that has a self-serve "doggie wash". Maybe there's something similar in your area?


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There are a couple around, but my dog is absolutely terrified of strange places. Plus I would still be doing the same amount of work with an added cost of paying for the use of their tub. I guess I should just think of all the money I save by grooming at home, even though it is a pain in the asparagus.


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My mean cat is softening up! When we first got her about 5 years ago, she spent about a year making up her mind about us. She would jump on my lap and purr, and I'd get a few polite pets in before she would turn around and swipe at me in a huff. Eventually she decided she liked us, but she definitely wasn't into being cuddly or sitting on laps and she had a very strict set of rules for when and how she was pet. She depises other cats and anyone who isn't us.

Over the last year she's become so lovey! She loves being pet by us and she even lets me wipe the sleep from her eyes. The biggest thing though: for the last two nights she has actually gotten under the covers with me and cuddled in my arms in bed!

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Over the last year she's become so lovey! She loves being pet by us and she even lets me wipe the sleep from her eyes. The biggest thing though: for the last two nights she has actually gotten under the covers with me and cuddled in my arms in bed!

What cat is this?!

We're having this same thing with the office cat at my work! The reason she became the office cat was because she hated other animals so much that she couldn't be in the cat room, and she was so nasty to people that no one wanted to adopt her. If she liked you, you could pet her maybe 2 or 3 times before she turned on you and bit you. If she didn't like you, you couldn't get anywhere near her. She got a little less cranky over the years, but she still wouldn't let anyone pick her up or anything. But now suddenly in the past few months, she has decided she LOVES everyone! She follows people around, meowing and purring, like "pet me, pet me!" all the time, and if we pick her up she will snuggle into our shoulders. It's so weird!

Ugh, my dog, you guys. She is so allergic to the pollen right now. Her eyes are all red and watery all the time, and now she has thinning hair on her face. I wipe her down every day with hypoallergenic dog wipes to try to keep the pollen off her and I have been dusting constantly, but there is just SO MUCH pollen right now. I will dust a room one day, and the next day there is a layer of pollen covering everything again. We asked at the holistic pet store we go to if they had any stuff for allergies and they gave us these herbal drops to give her, but she absolutely hates the taste of them. They're supposed to be given 4 times a day, but it's so hard to get her to take them. Even when they're mixed into food, she can smell it and doesn't want to eat it. I really don't want to put her on steroid shots, except as an absolute last resort. I've only had this dog since October, and already the vet bills are over $1,000. I just hope the pollen levels will ease up soon.


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Fujimoto had dentistry under general anaesthesia today. He's lost about 150g (A lot for a weeny 800g boar.) but the vet has filed all of his overgrown molars and also clipped his incisors. When we got him home he grumbled and headbutted but got on with eating his tomato dinner. I'm glad to have him home.


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I hope Fujimoto feels better soon and gains some weight back!

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My mean cat is softening up! When we first got her about 5 years ago, she spent about a year making up her mind about us. She would jump on my lap and purr, and I'd get a few polite pets in before she would turn around and swipe at me in a huff. Eventually she decided she liked us, but she definitely wasn't into being cuddly or sitting on laps and she had a very strict set of rules for when and how she was pet. She depises other cats and anyone who isn't us.

Over the last year she's become so lovey! She loves being pet by us and she even lets me wipe the sleep from her eyes. The biggest thing though: for the last two nights she has actually gotten under the covers with me and cuddled in my arms in bed!

What cat is this?!


Haha! My mean cat has softened up so much, she's actually getting a little too clingy lately! She's like a catstalker. Or stalkercat? She still hates the other cats, though. And is scared of all other humans.

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