pyrenees/beagle mix

My great Pyrenees border collie mix jumped the fence an I think mated with our beagle female. Is this dangerous for the female

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Jun 14, 2016
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Pyr/Beagle mix
by: Donna

With luck, there will be no pups but, I suspect,now you'll have puppies.

Please, get your male neutered and your female spayed. You'll never keep them apart when the female is in heat.

The puppies will be Pyr/Border Collie/Beagle. Who knows how they will turn out.

It's much work of 24/7 looking after the puppies in their first 8 weeks with you. Make sure you have them socialized to many many people as well as handled by many many people. When you adopt the pups out, make sure you interview the people to ensure they will have good homes.

Make sure you take the female to the vet and get advice on having a pregnant female. Then, the pups will also have to be checked out and vaccinated, etc. Talk to your vet.

As part of the adoption contract, you should co-own the pups until it is time for their spays/neuters. Then, the people must provide proof from their vet their dog has been spayed/neutered and provide you the vet information so you can followup with their vet to double ensure they were spayed/neutered.

This is why the shelters are full of unwanted dogs. People do not spay and neuter but don't want the inevitable result.

Yes, pups are cute but they grow up. People don't want them, anymore. Plus, they end up inevitably having pups because they don't spay/neuter.

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Poor dog ownership
by: Anonymous

Donna is being very kind and telling you how to move forward in a bad situation.

This kind of thing make it hard to defend proper neuter age. This is lack of responsibility on your part.

If you love dogs, you now need to bear your responsibility and see to the moms and puppies health until every one of them are in good homes.

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