In Season Already!!
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  • Maya came into season yesterday, about 2 months earlier than she did last year :eek: Ruined any plans i had of breeding her this year :rolleyes: But next year will be better anyway as we have a lot of exciting things happening with the other dogs, one arriving from america in the next few weeks AND a litter due too :D

    I wonder if it was the other dogs being in season that brought Maya in so early? :confused: Lets hope this one is easier than the nightmare that was her last season!! She got very very poorly and her season lasted about 3 months :eek:

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  • Don't they just love to scupper our plans:rolleyes:

    Hope maya doesn't get poorly like last time:(

    I thought that Belle's season was going to be later this autumn as she decided to have a spring season but Kwame is telling me otherwise at the mo. He has started his chomping thing when she wee's which he normally starts to do about 3-4 weeks before she comes in so looks like she will be in at her normal time.

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  • Seems like a lot of dogs came in season between June and August in the US this yr too. Global warming?

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    I have at times experienced my bitches coming into season triggered by one of my non-Basenjis' season. This might possibly be the case for Maya. Lets hope she keeps well this time.

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  • @lisastewart:

    Seems like a lot of dogs came in season between June and August in the US this yr too. Global warming?

    we can blame al gore…...:D

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  • Both times Zoni came into season it was in the summer and the early Spring. Can't tell anymore if she is coming in season early or late. :rolleyes: Have no clue when the next one will be…I'm guessing this fall or winter but who knows...she's an enigma wrapped in a mystery inside a lockbox (thought I would through in an Al Gore reference. ;))

    Good luck planning for next year! :)

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  • I've a feeling Madam is going to come into season soon. Rocco is doing that chomping thing and tempers are getting a bit short :eek:. Never had an entire male before, so this is a bit scary (he was too young really to realise what was going on last year).

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  • Oh dear, poor Rocco!

    Vinnie is not interested in Maya at the moment (too early) but he will no doubt be in love with her next week :rolleyes: that would be a crazy cross - a pugenji!

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  • Kia seems to come into season every 9 months now, both her and her mother used to come in almost to the day first week in September.

    Fiji will come in soon I am sure, everyone is getting uppity, dogs and bitches, we have never had any serious problems with them in the past, fingers crossed it continues that way!

    A Pugenji :eek::eek::eek: don't even think it Jess :)

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  • I dont know, a silent pug would be a godsend :rolleyes:

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  • We are fully in the swing of femaleness. She is wayy earlier than last year, much to my doggie sitters dismay..

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  • Jaycee first heat last year was a long one and she is in heat now and almost done. Jayden at least was good about all of it he maybe a pup but his nose sure works well sure happy nothing else was working.

    Rita Jean

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  • My Baby Belle came into season this morning. She's still only 7 months. I'm sure she'll bring my other bitch in soon too. :(

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  • I am really curious about what Zuri will do this autumn :rolleyes:

    Last year and this year too, she was in season in late May/June.
    And also in october last year. Poor thing - wasn't happy with beeing into it so soon again after her phantom pregnancy…

    This time I don't know.
    Thabo is telling YES. But Zuri isn't acting like that and other males are not interested yet.

    Would be happy if not. Currently she's in a good mood again :)

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