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Author Topic : How long to breed again?
 Treestand Kennel
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7/15/2014 3:12:52 PM reply with quote send message to Treestand Kennel Object to Post   

I thought it was 5 days after the pups dropped, but I'm obviously wrong, as my girl isn't ready to breed yet ... Is it 6 days after the pups drop? I want to have a litter for my birthday (next Tuesday) so I need to breed her today. lol
 PPvallhunds
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7/15/2014 3:42:51 PM reply with quote send message to PPvallhunds Object to Post

sometimes its not exactly 5 days, I think it will depend on what time she whelped id guesss.
 Treestand Kennel
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7/15/2014 3:51:02 PM reply with quote send message to Treestand Kennel Object to Post

Thank you. Pups turn 6 days in a few hours, so I'll check then. happy :)
 Treestand Kennel
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7/15/2014 3:55:37 PM reply with quote send message to Treestand Kennel Object to Post

Bred her through a stud page ... The option didn't show up on her page.
 Grazioso Kennel
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7/16/2014 9:49:19 PM reply with quote send message to Grazioso Kennel Object to Post

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Bred her through a stud page ... The option didn't show up on her page.
I've had that happen as well. Normally the button will pop up within the next few hours if you wait. Good luck with your litter!
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 Treestand Kennel
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7/16/2014 10:08:45 PM reply with quote send message to Treestand Kennel Object to Post

After all of that, the liter is due 2 days earlier than I thought. Lol

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