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    I have a 4 year and 7 month old bitch just come into season yesterday..Darcy went to bed last night and woke up in the middle of the night to go to the toilet ..Very rare she does this ..I noticed on the bedding was a wet patch ..She is obviously leaking urine ..It did not smell..I will possibly be breeding her in 10 days time ..Should i be concerned with this wet patch / Is it hormone related ? r poor bladder control due to weak muscles ..She is eating drinking walking ..Not showing signs of distress at all ..Would this interfere in pregnancy ? TIA

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    Is she licking herself a lot? Could it possibly be saliva instead?
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    I have been breeding pugs for 30 yrs.

    It doesn't seem to me that you have done your homework about breeding pugs. It is not the same as breeding most dogs.

    Are you ready to devote at least 2 wks of 24/7 care??? Ready for a csection if needed.....keeping pups until at least 10=12 wks...and doing shots and worming? Are you ready to go into the hole for having these pups???? In 30 years, I have only made a little money on one litter due to having a large litter. Do you have homes for the puppies/ Have the dog and bitch been tested .... Are you ready to take back pups at any time in their lives...for any reason? You're responsible for life!

    I would at the very least take her to the vet to see what is going on........and talk to the vet about breeding your bitch. Is she a good example of the breed???? Should she be bred at all????
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    Hi Diane Thankyou so much for your concern

    First of all i have the money to cover any problematic eventualities during breeding ...Also im not a chancer....I love Darcy very very much...She is fit and well and beautiful ..By looking at previous posts of mine you can see how much i love her ,otherwise i would not ask for advice on here..I would just go ahead...Also Diane you must of started somewhere ,and i gues you would of like encouragement and advice...I live in the UK So i am not edging on to your territory.....Kindest Regards ..I am a 56 year old adult by the way not a idiot out to make a few quid

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    I wish you well....

    Oh....and you're not "edging on to my territory" as I'm retired from the breeding end of Pugs!
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    I wish your pug well.....
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    I don’t know anything about breeding Pugs my suggestion is talk to your vet and find a responsible Breeder in your area to answer your question and help you through your decisions. The vet needs to be aware and on call in an emergency event . Many Pugs end up with c section. But a vet will answer many questions . The question you got know could be answered by just a call in to the office.
    Best place to meet Breeders is at the Breed Club or local shows even sometimes at dog schools .


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