Incestuous.

Macy in cage, XANDER AND CHIBI GUARDING HER
@ridingbet (61796)
Philippines
May 12, 2016 10:44pm CST
Our Japanese Spitz Macy and Xander (named after the couple in a Filipino television series Forevermore) whom we call as forevermore dogs and siblings, and as such, should be refrained from mating each other because their offspring might have abnormalities. Yesterday I think was the day that all the male and female dogs have the peak of hormones, and they somewhat wanted an orgy. Oh, yes! There was homosexuality with Chibi the Pomeranian and Xander the male Japanese Spitz, Thor and Chibi, Macy and Trixie, out local bred, and even the puppy Zeus wanting to ride on his mother Macy. Then the inevitable occurred last night… Thor was able to get Macy, who was also in that mood for lust, and then after the dogs were fed, Xander took Macy as well. There was incest between these 2 Spitz. I hope Macy has unovulatory bleeding and did not produce egg cells yet. She just regained her fluffiness and weight, and now she wants to be pregnant again? We have to consult our brother who owns the Spitz; Thor is my dog too, and Chibi my oldest brother’s. So, what to do? Let us wait and see. Do your pets have incestuous relationships too?
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@toniganzon (53691)
• Philippines
13 May 16
Never. When my female dog was in heat, she was kept away from all of the other dogs. Dogs have abilities and they could mate even if you put the female dog inside a cage. They'll find a way no matter what. So my Alex, (female dog) was placed in side our room all the day. She was assisted by the nanny whenever she goes out to do her business on a leash and the nanny never let her out of her sight.
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@antonbunot (10051)
• Calgary, Alberta
13 May 16
@toniganzon - - you mentioned that - -"Dogs have abilities and they could mate even if you put the female dog inside a cage." Interesting! I got to learn how they do it . . I may figure out how to trade my exclamation point from Canada for a period somewhere in the Philippines - - !
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@toniganzon (53691)
• Philippines
13 May 16
@antonbunot which part of the Philippines do you plan on doing your trade?
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@ridingbet (61796)
• Philippines
14 May 16
Macy is also heavily guarded by us. last night, Xander rode on her, then while we were having our dinner and Thor and Macy were flirting around, i just turned my head to shoo them both; alas! they were already connected. that was Macy's 6th, Xander's 4th, and Thor's 2nd as well.
@Lucky15 (33669)
• Philippines
13 May 16
Never thought of that until today. That it can reallybhappen with them too
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@ridingbet (61796)
• Philippines
13 May 16
it could, like humans
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@antonbunot (10051)
• Calgary, Alberta
13 May 16
@Lucky15 No, incest applies only to humans . . but not animals like dogs. I took up zoology in college and we experimented incestuous relationship between a son and mother mosquitos . . . Their offsprings turned out normal. But their offsprings are "ba-og"!
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@Lucky15 (33669)
• Philippines
13 May 16
@antonbunot hahahaha.
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@antonbunot (10051)
• Calgary, Alberta
13 May 16
@ridingbet . . . LOL . . incest applies to humans only not animals like your beautiful dog! That is what I learned in Philippine History!
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@ridingbet (61796)
• Philippines
14 May 16
yes i know kabsat, so what term must i use to indicate their lust for each other? lust? hahaha!
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@antonbunot (10051)
• Calgary, Alberta
14 May 16
@ridingbet doggie's libido!
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@ridingbet (61796)
• Philippines
15 May 16
@antonbunot that libido word is also termed for humans, right? ID is in that libido word, so it is a part of our primitive self.
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@Genipher (5288)
• United States
13 May 16
Eh, we only have one dog and she's fixed, so she has no opportunity for a love connection.
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@ridingbet (61796)
• Philippines
13 May 16
is she spayed now? or i she alone in your home?
@Genipher (5288)
• United States
13 May 16
@ridingbet She's with us all the time so she's not necessarily alone. Unless you're counting the fact that she's an older dog. It that sense, she is alone. Yup. Fixed = spayed. Though I'm not really sure why it's put that way because, really, she's not "fixed". She's broken so she can't reproduce. Meh.
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@ridingbet (61796)
• Philippines
14 May 16
@Genipher oh, i see. maybe her libido is gone forever.
@jaboUK (55158)
• United Kingdom
14 May 16
I'm surprised you let Macy mingle with the males when she is in heat - the inevitable will surely happen. We always kept our female dog well away from other dogs when she was in that condition. She got out once and 7 puppies were the result.
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@ridingbet (61796)
• Philippines
15 May 16
they were just playing around, my friend, and i thought that Macy cannot ovulate just yet because she hasn't had her menstruation. she stopped feeding her puppies last month. Xander rode on her and Thor too, but today, they are no longer in heat; it subsided now. we told my brother about this; i thought he will be angry; instead, he said Thank You to me and my son.
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@just4him (132516)
• Green Bay, Wisconsin
13 May 16
I haven't seen it in the animal world. Maybe I've been blind to it.
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@ridingbet (61796)
• Philippines
14 May 16
maybe you were my friend. but when you have pets who are siblings, tendency would be mating with each other.
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@skysnap (18234)
13 May 16
Some male dogs after 7 years of their life don't get into heat. As for some female dogs they may get into heat upto 10 years. Depends on breed and they don't care about siblings and relationship when they get into heat.
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@ridingbet (61796)
• Philippines
14 May 16
true, so come what may, we will take care of the brood.
• Calgary, Alberta
13 May 16
deformed pets is equals to money though. Remember Grumpy cat? her abonormality gave her a Unique face and that Unique face of hers helped her owner made 300 Million US dollars.
@ridingbet (61796)
• Philippines
13 May 16
why should we think of deformities to this point?
@Genipher (5288)
• United States
13 May 16
Abnormalities aren't something you WANT when breeding animals, no matter how awesome Grumpy cat is.
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@ridingbet (61796)
• Philippines
13 May 16
@Genipher i agree with you. why think about that when we can hinder it to happen in some ways?
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@addy007 (726)
13 May 16
omg !
@ridingbet (61796)
• Philippines
14 May 16
really OMG it is.
@hoong143 (1408)
• Malaysia
13 May 16
I don't have pets now.
@ridingbet (61796)
• Philippines
13 May 16
sorry about that
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