May 1st, 2006, 06:57 AM
i HAVE A FULL BLOODED COCKER SPANIEL WITH PAPERS.SHE HAS NEVER BEEN BREED BEFORE.SHE WAS OUTSIDE YESTERDAY AND A STRAY DOG GOT HER.SOMEONE TOLD ME THAT I COULD TAKE HER TODAY AND BREED HER WITH A FULL BLOODED COCKER SPANIEL AND HE MAY OVER RIDE THE OTHER DOG ON BREEDING.IS THAT TRUE?
May 1st, 2006, 07:05 AM
No, it is not true. Once a sperm fertilizes an egg the deal is done reguarding genetics of the pup. Another sperm can't change that.
You can take her and have her spayed though. This will prevent a litter of mutt puppies and keep her from becoming pregnant by wandering dogs in the future.
May 1st, 2006, 04:12 PM
Original thread was answered and closed. Please do not post a thread multiple times. Thank you.