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My chihuahua's did the dead !
& my male hooked up with the nieghbor's as well (so i get pick of the liter)...
so, in 6 weeks or so, I am going to have my hands full...

anyone want a fullblood'd chihuahua puppy in 3/4 months...
I will keep ya updated...
chris
 

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yousuredo said:
My chihuahua's did the dead !

I will keep ya updated...
chris
Yes, I want to be updated on THAT one......:)
 

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Yo quero Taco Bell?

he's a good looking stud. I hope the litter is healthy and best of luck to you!
 

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well, she had four, One girl, three boys...
Born on the 29th of June....
all are well, so far...and she is taken great care of 'em...

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we will be keeping them, till the 8th week minimum...
they will have two set of shots by then, dewormed ect...
this is done to ensure the health of them...
and available for adoption after a final vet check only...

if you want to pick one out and have it put on hold for you....
a deposite is nessasary...
thanx chris
 

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congrats on the pups! get a female and breed her to your dog, avoid the female and breed your own. it is ok to breed father to daughter.
 

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congrats on the pups! get a female and breed her to your dog, avoid the female and breed your own. it is ok to breed father to daughter.
:rolleyes:Ah.....No !
never breed that close...Ever...

I will not be keeping any, I already have two(male-female), and need no more
 

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Congrats! They're real easy while they're so young, just wait until they get mobile. We had a litter of Yorkies (planned) 6 months ago, 3 females and 1 male, more for the family experience. We own a female and our neighbors own a male. Ended up keeping the female runt of the litter (not planned). Never realized how much work they would be to take care of them until they could go to their new homes. It's mostly cleaning up after them. The mother is now spayed and her daughter will be soon. No more puppies for us. I love my two but no more litters. Too much work and I get too attached.

Good Luck! They're adorable.
 
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