Join Date: Jun 2008
Location: SJ Newfoundland, Canada
It's such a responsible decision to let them live without having babies. Breeding for the heck of it is not smart for the reasons posted above. I'm glad you changed your mind. However, its a little silly for you to say you think the male is neutered if you've had him since birth basically!! That would mean YOU would have had to have him neutered and therefore, should remember. lol So I doubt he's neutered but I strongly recommend having the female spayed. Females have a 85% chance of developing uterine cancer, that will definitely end her life by cutting it in half. Spayed females can live to be 10-12!!