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(Daily Mail)   Bullmastiff gives birth to 23 puppies. Owner charged with littering   (dailymail.co.uk ) divider line
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2014-05-28 07:59:29 PM  
Littering and...?
 
2014-05-28 08:23:46 PM  
Whelp ...
 
2014-05-28 08:25:33 PM  
Jesus, bull mastiff. It's a dog vagina not a clown car.
 
2014-05-28 08:26:02 PM  
You're gonna need a bigger teat.
 
2014-05-28 08:26:53 PM  
Owner says cha-Ching!!
 
2014-05-28 08:35:04 PM  

bugmn99: Jesus, bull mastiff. It's a dog vagina not a clown car.


dog ovaries; FETCH!
 
2014-05-28 08:41:39 PM  

SmackLT: Littering and...?


Littering and...?
 
2014-05-28 08:50:29 PM  

AbiNormal: SmackLT: Littering and...?

Littering and...?


And smokin da reefer
 
2014-05-28 08:50:46 PM  
25.media.tumblr.com

Simpsons did it!

/Look at him...like a young Rory Calhoun.
 
2014-05-28 09:02:50 PM  
Your dog wants birth control.
 
2014-05-28 09:05:00 PM  

SmackLT: Littering and...?


Creating a nuisance.
 
2014-05-28 09:34:29 PM  
i.dailymail.co.uk

PUPPIES!

Too bad 3 didn't make it, but still a miracle that she had so many. Little Mama wants steak.
 
2014-05-28 09:41:47 PM  
Ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow ow
 
2014-05-28 09:48:01 PM  
Came for the Sesame Street Count reference, pic. Leaving disappointed.
 
2014-05-28 09:49:53 PM  
And he plans on breeding dogs.

Great. Hundreds of thousands of unwanted dogs out there and he's gonna breed that poor girl till her uterus falls out.  Purebreds aren't hard to find if one is dead set on it.

Rescues rule. Here are my five. I'm babysitting another right now too.

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2014-05-28 10:15:12 PM  

freetomato: And he plans on breeding dogs.

Great. Hundreds of thousands of unwanted dogs out there and he's gonna breed that poor girl till her uterus falls out.  Purebreds aren't hard to find if one is dead set on it.

Rescues rule. Here are my five. I'm babysitting another right now too.

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what breed is the fluff monster by the bookcase
 
2014-05-28 10:15:30 PM  
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Challenge accepted.
 
2014-05-28 10:24:08 PM  
Well, that's a biatch....
 
2014-05-28 10:35:55 PM  

KyaraMionNyah: freetomato: And he plans on breeding dogs.

Great. Hundreds of thousands of unwanted dogs out there and he's gonna breed that poor girl till her uterus falls out.  Purebreds aren't hard to find if one is dead set on it.

Rescues rule. Here are my five. I'm babysitting another right now too.

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what breed is the fluff monster by the bookcase


The fluff monster, Boone, and his twin sister Ellie, by the couch, are Great Pyrenees (found wandering down a highway behind their mama) and the vet thinks shepherd of some sort. Given how big they are (170 and 130 lbs) perhaps Anatolian or a really big GSD. I might DNA test one of them one day, or not. Boone is a Rock Star. Whenever we take him out, people want to be his friend. They both are super calm and mellow, which is good with giant dogs.

Also in there, a Boxer/Chow (we did test her), a Rat Terrier, and a Chinese Crested Powderpuff. All rescues and a happy dog family. We have the space and the means to care for them all properly. No hoarding. If money and space were no object I would adopt more, or at least foster. I like dogs more than I like many humans.
 
2014-05-28 10:42:37 PM  

xanadian: Well, that's a biatch....


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2014-05-28 10:49:46 PM  
CSB:
  The Mrs. Del Rio just emailed me and informed me a stray chose our pasture to have a litter of puppies in. The mother has disappeared (we think she may have been hit by a car). Our youngest (3) is walking around explaining he is the daddy, has chosen a little male now named "Stomper" and is loving the puppies to death.

We are keeping two males and are trying to find homes for the rest. The ones that aren't given away will be fixed and also stay with us.

/CSB
//free puppies!!
///see below

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2014-05-28 10:50:32 PM  
Oh,
  EIP and the pups are in central Louisiana
 
2014-05-28 10:59:11 PM  

vudukungfu: AbiNormal: SmackLT: Littering and...?

Littering and...?

And smokin da reefer queefer

 
2014-05-28 11:04:56 PM  

kendelrio: CSB:
  The Mrs. Del Rio just emailed me and informed me a stray chose our pasture to have a litter of puppies in. The mother has disappeared (we think she may have been hit by a car). Our youngest (3) is walking around explaining he is the daddy, has chosen a little male now named "Stomper" and is loving the puppies to death.

We are keeping two males and are trying to find homes for the rest. The ones that aren't given away will be fixed and also stay with us.

/CSB
//free puppies!!
///see below



Well done for saving them, Mrs. They look skinny :( I'm sure someone is on bottle duty with them.
 
2014-05-28 11:04:57 PM  

freetomato: And he plans on breeding dogs.

Great. Hundreds of thousands of unwanted dogs out there and he's gonna breed that poor girl till her uterus falls out.  Purebreds aren't hard to find if one is dead set on it.


I'm more upset that the Daily Fail is featuring someone who bred a dog at ONE year old without ANY health testing or performance titles (heck with the initials at the beginning of the name, I want to see the ones that show what the dog can DO, and even better, I want to see that dog WORK), and has absolutely no waiting list of people lined up to take puppies and probably no contract to protect himself, his pups AND his buyers.

But wait, anything less would be same-old same-old for people who actually DO care about their dogs, including what genes are and aren't being passed on, screen buyers before the litter is on the ground, and include a "return to breeder" clause should anything come up absolutely necessitating that the dog leave its home.

I'm acquaintances with many people who breed, do it right, and had I the space, time, finances and NEED for one of their dog's progeny, I'd snap one up. As it is, my next one will be from such a breeder. Kudos to rescue folks, as my dogs are from such organizations, but good breeders exist for a reason--and many of them even volunteer, advocate, foster and train (pro bono, to boot) for rescues.

One of these pups? Pass. They will be sold to people who want their 15 minutes of fame saying that they bought a pup that had 19 other littermates, and suddenly the story will grow old when the pup starts to get big and throws its weight around, and people forget what all goes into owning a large bully-type mutt that needs medical attention (hint: bigger dog of ANY breed or mix means higher doses of meds when necessary, which can run up the bill) and training. And those are NOT purebred bullmastiffs by any stretch of the imagination.
 
2014-05-28 11:12:51 PM  

freetomato:  They look skinny :( I'm sure someone is on bottle duty with them.


Ya that's why we think the mother was killed..... Between the Mrs. and my SIL, they are taking care of them. When I get in from offshore it's a trip to the vet and vaccinations for everyone!!! Woohoo!!!
 
2014-05-28 11:14:48 PM  
Thanks, stubby. I howled with laughter.
 
2014-05-28 11:16:12 PM  

TwiztidDream: freetomato: And he plans on breeding dogs.

Great. Hundreds of thousands of unwanted dogs out there and he's gonna breed that poor girl till her uterus falls out.  Purebreds aren't hard to find if one is dead set on it.

I'm more upset that the Daily Fail is featuring someone who bred a dog at ONE year old without ANY health testing or performance titles (heck with the initials at the beginning of the name, I want to see the ones that show what the dog can DO, and even better, I want to see that dog WORK), and has absolutely no waiting list of people lined up to take puppies and probably no contract to protect himself, his pups AND his buyers.

But wait, anything less would be same-old same-old for people who actually DO care about their dogs, including what genes are and aren't being passed on, screen buyers before the litter is on the ground, and include a "return to breeder" clause should anything come up absolutely necessitating that the dog leave its home.

I'm acquaintances with many people who breed, do it right, and had I the space, time, finances and NEED for one of their dog's progeny, I'd snap one up. As it is, my next one will be from such a breeder. Kudos to rescue folks, as my dogs are from such organizations, but good breeders exist for a reason--and many of them even volunteer, advocate, foster and train (pro bono, to boot) for rescues.

One of these pups? Pass. They will be sold to people who want their 15 minutes of fame saying that they bought a pup that had 19 other littermates, and suddenly the story will grow old when the pup starts to get big and throws its weight around, and people forget what all goes into owning a large bully-type mutt that needs medical attention (hint: bigger dog of ANY breed or mix means higher doses of meds when necessary, which can run up the bill) and training. And those are NOT purebred bullmastiffs by any stretch of the imagination.


Read your profile. You have the cred to back your statement up.

I rescued a gorgeous chocolate lab who was a pawn in an ugly divorce. Papers out the wazoo, had sired expensive pups, Cabela model. He lifted his leg and peed on my my female chocolab the first night he was home. Snip. No need to get in the puppy business and in a home with an Alpha Female, hell no, none of that pissing stuff would be tolerated. They both lived to 15, died within 2 months of each other, best buddies. Several folks I know think I was dumb to not put him out for stud. There are enough lovely labs in the pound. They were companions, not profit makers. I'll leave that to the responsible breeders. Subject owner does not sound like one.
 
2014-05-28 11:35:14 PM  
Not sure that was bull mastiff so much as a Duggar spaniel.
 
2014-05-29 12:48:33 AM  
CSB/

My in laws had a cocker spaniel with a very impressive pedigree and their neighbour with another cocker spaniel with similar pedigree decided to breed them.  I think they saw an opportunity for easy cash without any effort, 50/50 on the pups.  Dogs were mated, puppies ensued - neither set of owners could bear to part with the pups, both families ended up with 3 puppies apiece.  My in laws are not really suited to the cutthroat business of puppy farming.
 
2014-05-29 01:16:59 AM  
What determines how many puppies a dog will have? Our dog (rescue) was one of a litter of 10, and it was the first time the mother (purebred boxer) had littered. (Stupid c*nt of an owner gave the mother and all 10 pups away the day after they were born - the dog had been impregnated by a non-purebred, non-boxer. I hope responsible breeders keep blacklists and this woman is on them.)


BTW - boxer-German Shepard mix makes an AWESOME dog.
 
2014-05-29 03:41:23 AM  

strangeluck: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x341]

PUPPIES!

Too bad 3 didn't make it, but still a miracle that she had so many. Little Mama wants steak.


Frankly, it's probably a miracle that 20 did make it. How much room can one Mastiff uterus possibly have? Puppies are small and helpless things, but they still need some space to develop in there...

That poor mama dog. Hope they at least give her time off between litters. Measured in years. She's going to need it.

/That they not breed her again is too much to wish for.
 
2014-05-29 07:25:37 AM  
That's ruff!

/in time for Caturday, I hope
 
2014-05-29 08:04:24 AM  

Canton: strangeluck: [i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x341]

PUPPIES!

Too bad 3 didn't make it, but still a miracle that she had so many. Little Mama wants steak.

Frankly, it's probably a miracle that 20 did make it. How much room can one Mastiff uterus possibly have? Puppies are small and helpless things, but they still need some space to develop in there...

That poor mama dog. Hope they at least give her time off between litters. Measured in years. She's going to need it.

/That they not breed her again is too much to wish for.


Yes, it is a little miracle that so many of them did survive.  TFA said it was an "unplanned pregnancy."  Spay/Neuter dimwits.
 
2014-05-29 12:48:02 PM  

Cold_Sassy: Yes, it is a little miracle that so many of them did survive.  TFA said it was an "unplanned pregnancy."  Spay/Neuter dimwits.


An intact female and her responsible owner add up to ZERO unwanted litters.

What sucks is when we have to sexually mutilate dogs for their own PROTECTION against the idiots on the other end of the leash, especially when those hormones have been shown to be very helpful in growth and development, and especially when dogs are bred before that development is complete. But something something about teenage pregnancies, I guess...

"Unplanned," "accidental," whatever. He failed to be responsible by properly supervising and confining the biatch during a heat cycle and now he makes the news. AND he's a "veterinarian" in training, supposedly. JKMN.

I LOVE spay/neuter, by the way--it guarantees that genes that should not be passed on are prevented from doing so. Unfortunately, a lot of good dogs are also culled because of the "responsibility" factor and the myth that "responsibility" will make the dog "better" somehow, when in reality the owner just needs to step up to the plate and train, socialize, supervise and properly confine the dog.

Nogale: What determines how many puppies a dog will have?


Same thing that determines how many babies a woman will have: however many follicles are released from the ovaries, how many are fertilized and successfully develop. Can be none, one or twelve or 23, apparently, and then you have to deal with the pregnancy and birth. The embryones can be reabsorbed, die and mummify, or not develop at all (we spayed a dog in early pregnancy that had 3 embryo sacs and one sac full of pus), die during birth, or as a result of congenital defects during the first few weeks. The biatch doesn't even need to mate in order to have a false pregnancy too.
 
2014-05-29 01:31:47 PM  
wat? img.fark.net
 
2014-05-29 09:54:30 PM  
Veterinary student Lamar Williams, 25, was taking his 1-year-old dog out for her nightly walk on April 27 and knew she was 'ready to pop'. 

So he's a veterinary student and he doesn't know better than to breed a dog who isn't even a year old yet?...and he plans to keep on breeding.

*facepalm*
 
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