|Barked: Thu Mar 11, '10 6:58pm PST |
|Thanks Daddy, Rickards is just like that with any female, doesn't matter if they are spayed, intact and not in heat or in heat. He just goes goofy lol.
Thank you Georgie for sharing your experience. We consider Rickards a rescue because of the situation we got him from. He was in bad shape. His past owner told us it was just reverse sneeze, but we knew better. He is very wheezy- worse when running, he snores at night and he does have fits that are sort of like reverse sneezing. I'm glad to hear that your dogs surgery went well that actually does make me feel better.
I guess I'm just going to go with it and make an appointment. It has been a huge responsibilty having an unaltered dog and as careful as I am with him, I just no longer want to stress about it. As we have seen time and time again everywhere even the most responsible owner can have an 'oops'. I just don't want that to ever happen, because it goes against everything I believe in.
I would be lying if I said I wasn't scared though hehe. I'm just hoping my little puff ball does alright.
Thanks again everyone
edited to reply to Lantis
LOL, well at least its not in the house right?! LOL For that I'm grateful, but jeez is it really necessary guys!
Edited by author Thu Mar 11, '10 6:59pm PST
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