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Lhasa Apso Owners and Breeders. Help Needed

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kyleg444y, 2m agoPosted 4 years, 2 months ago
Bought a little Lhasa apso puppy, 8 weeks old .
Has an Hernia on her belly, only small. Think it could be an umbilical hernia but not sure.

Hopefully it should heal, if it doesnt then i could get it removed.

I just need your thoughts on breeding her , before or after her hernia has been removed. Is it safe to breed her etc?

any help would be appreciated thanks
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kyleg444y, 2m agoPosted 4 years, 2 months ago
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t0mm#1
does it push in?
FrootCake 1 Like #2
She's a bit young to be thinking of that yet, isn't she? There's plenty of time to sort or not sort the potential hernia. I advise you seek professional advice when you take her in for her checks.
kyleg44#3
t0mm
does it push in?


yes
kyleg44#4
FrootCake
She's a bit young to be thinking of that yet, isn't she? There's plenty of time to sort or not sort the potential hernia. I advise you seek professional advice when you take her in for her checks.


Haha i know this question was just for future reference lol
t0mm#5
kyleg44
t0mm
does it push in?


yes
not recommended. could cause an abdominal tear.
kyleg44#6
t0mm
kyleg44
t0mm
does it push in?


yes
not recommended. could cause an abdominal tear.


Cheers for heads up. Will be intouch with a professional when shes abit older
t0mm#7
i'll send you a pm.
trog0 1 Like #8
WTF your dog has a muscle deformity and all you can think of is the loss of breeding potential!! What will you do if she can't breed have her put down?
kyleg44#9
trog0
WTF your dog has a muscle deformity and all you can think of is the loss of breeding potential!! What will you do if she can't breed have her put down?


Could you please point out where I ACTUALLY SAID my main priorities was breeding her .
TBQH it was just a simple question as i was curious.
Even if i did want to breed MY dog, i am very certain its got very very very much Nothing to do with you my friend.
So Please, if your not going to be of any help to me, Please get out my thread thanks.
trog0 1 Like #10
kyleg44
trog0
WTF your dog has a muscle deformity and all you can think of is the loss of breeding potential!! What will you do if she can't breed have her put down?
Could you please point out where I ACTUALLY SAID my main priorities was breeding her .TBQH it was just a simple question as i was curious.Even if i did want to breed MY dog, i am very certain its got very very very much Nothing to do with you my friend.So Please, if your not going to be of any help to me, Please get out my thread thanks.

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I just need your thoughts on breeding her , before or after her hernia has been removed. Is it safe to breed her etc?
To be fair this comes across as being more interested in breeding her than if she will live a happy, healthy life. If you post on a public forum expect to get answers you don't like.
kyleg44#11
to be fair i was very curious, ya dont know until ya ask . all i asked was for thoughts and opinions. nevermind anyway ive found out what i wanted to know. have a good day

Edited By: kyleg44 on Feb 10, 2011 10:55
co_co#12
Hey!! I Have 4 week old Lhasa male pup guess hez got umbilical hernia dont know what to do will he be okay or its too dangerous for him...I totally have no idea can someone help..??
Mark2111 2 Likes #13
co_co
Hey!! I Have 4 week old Lhasa male pup guess hez got umbilical hernia dont know what to do will he be okay or its too dangerous for him...I totally have no idea can someone help..??

Please take the advice of a qualified Vetinary practitioner, not from some random people on the Internet.

Most vets offer a monthly plan to cover the cost of microchip ping, vaccinations, flea and worming treatment, nail clipping and a discounted spaying offer. Approx £10 a month but phone around.

Whilst visiting the vet they will then check your puppy over and advise.

If you can't afford vet fees then you shouldn't get a dog.

Petplan offer insurance as do many other companies, but we find petplan the best.

I would also point out that owning a dog is akin to having a new family member and should be given the same love and county of care. If you had a child with a suspected hernia you would seek a doctors advice, the same goes for your dog- seek a vet.


Edited By: Mark2111 on Jan 24, 2015 14:24
Monkeybumcheeks 1 Like #14
Hi there....I've got this rash..... X)
Mark2111 2 Likes #15
Monkeybumcheeks
Hi there....I've got this rash..... X)

Rub a Lhasa apso on it.

Edited By: Mark2111 on Jan 24, 2015 14:51
fanpages 2 Likes #16
There was a small petting zoo opened in Glasgow last year, but it closed down after a month because it only had one animal; a dog.
It was a shih tzu.

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