[ SHOWGSD-L ] Re: Speaking of male dogs/Keeping a male?

  • From: Ann Mariano <brittaleahnasa@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: showgsd-l <showgsd-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2007 12:56:45 -0700 (PDT)

If you do decide to keep him, make sure you have a cement run, with a LID for 
him since he WILL try to escape to get to your girls.  I had a friend with an 
intact male, and her dog actually broke through a pain glass window SEVERAL 
times when her neighbros bitch was in heat.  He was actually known by the 
police for all his antics.  I have my own sad story of a male I owned years 
ago, and he busted through my front door on several occassion, would climb our 
6' ft  fence to get to the neighbor's girl.   When we decided to get a lid for 
the kennel that coming weekend to keep him confined when the neighbors girls 
came in heat he climbed out, and broke his neck on the fall down.  Being a 
newbie I was clueless then on his behavior, but now I know. Just make sure you 
know what you are getting yourself into, and take evry step to ensure a secure 
place for your boy when those girls come in heat.
   
   
  If it were me I would place the male in a show home that you can breed too.  
I am in the same situation as you are, in a small residential neighborhood, and 
learned my lesson the hard way years ago as I said.  I have Friends who have 
males/bbithces, and have heard about their males barking, digging, refusing to 
eat, howling when girls are in season because one of their females is near by & 
in-heat (they don;t even have to see them).  Just something very difficult to 
deal with in a residental neighborhood unless you have the property /facility 
to deal with.  Trust me, I know your heartache, I have a gorgeous male I kept 
backand he will leave eventually since I don;t want to risk pissing off my own 
neighbors later or dealing with bitcheds in season/and his potentilal behavior 
myself.


Ann Marie 
  www.geocities.com/amarigermanshepherds/Amari.html 
  Home of Ch Fairway's Leah v Nadelwald TC OFA 
R/Best in Futurity Ch Amari's Ava Gardner TC OFA 
Ch Amari's Beware of Foxy Roxy CGC (Group placer)
  Breeder/Owner of
  Ch Amari's Bandit of Broadcreek (Multiple Group Placer)
  Amari's Cinderlla von Hornberger (pointed @ 11 months)
   
   
  


       
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