by SarahL4900 11 years ago
right we mated our male dog a few days ago to a bitch and the bitches owners have gone behind...our backs and done it a DAY after andmated it with another boy but our dog had already locked on for 25 mins and 25 mins with another male so what should we do !xx
by lorilynne 11 years ago
can my male dog breed down to his daughter
by Zaiden Jace 8 years ago
It seems to be that there are more and more teenage pregnancies every year. Do you think that teenagers are starting out too soon?
by KayeKeatley 11 years ago
How young is too young to be having sex for teens these days? As a mother of an 18 and 16 year old I'm curious. Do you start in middle school? Freshman year of high school? I was sophmore year of high school and was no where near prepared for what things happened to me,...
by billericky 11 years ago
In the desert, where there are no trees, where does a male dog pee?I live in Spain and the teacher asked the class of one of my children this question, is there a reasoinable answer ?
by Linda Rawlinson 9 years ago
Can we be too young to have achieved Enlightenment?Do we have to have a lived a long and 'full' life to be able to say that we know what it's all about? Or can Enlightenment come to anyone who thinks about it long and hard enough, no matter their age?
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